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29 delicious recipes to make your holiday meal the best

From apps to desserts to the main meal, we've got your holiday spread covered with these tasty recipes.

Gnocchi Alla Sorrentina

Sometimes the simplest foods are the best foods. This gnocchi dish uses fresh ingredients, has minimal prep and goes from pan to table in about 30 minutes. Che buono!

Tricolore Stuffed Pork

Layers of baby spinach, provolone and roasted red peppers get all rolled up in this Traditional Italian holiday dish.  

Crispy Black Bean Burritos

These vegetarian burritos can be served as soon as they’re filled and rolled, or can be crisped up in a hot pan, which allows you to assemble them in advance and then heat them through just before serving. 

Strawberry Shortcake Crunch Bars With Coconut Whipped Cream and Pecan Shortcake Crust

The shortcake crust on these strawberry bars has turbinado sugar, which provides a delightful crunch, while the pecans help out with the butteriness (they can’t help it — that’s just what they do). And what could be a better vehicle for shoveling whipped coconut cream studded with juicy strawberries into your mouth?

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Quick Sausage, Kale, And Crouton Sauté

Dinner in minutes. Can you believe it? This recipe takes a little longer than five minutes to come together, but not much. Make this just before you are ready to eat, because it comes together quickly.

Blueberry Granola Bars

Blueberries are loaded with antioxidants and are believed to benefit your brain—a perfect ingredient for homemade granola bars for a quick breakfast on the go.


Kids love to say Bibimbap (pronounced BEE-beem-bop) as much as they like to eat it! This popular Korean dish is basically a bowl of rice topped with veggies, meat and often a fried egg. 

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