Recommending Some Simple Recipes to Try This Holiday Season!

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Recommending Some Simple Recipes to Try This Holiday Season!

A warm, traditional holiday meal.

A warm, traditional holiday meal.

Photo courtesy of Jonathan Grayson

A warm, traditional holiday meal.

Photo courtesy of Jonathan Grayson

Photo courtesy of Jonathan Grayson

A warm, traditional holiday meal.

Holly Ikeda, Staff Reporter

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The holiday season is here and with it comes the festive sights, smells, and tastes of the winter season. Try out and enjoy these recipes from easy level bakes to a dish even Gorden Ramsey would be proud of.

 

Enjoy a light white winter season with Peppermint Kisses: From TasteofHome!

If you like peppermint and donʻt want something that is heavy in fat, peppermint kisses are just for you! Prep time is 30 minutes. Bake/cooling is 1-1/12 hours.

Easy Peppermint kisses

As seen on TV, enjoy a weird but fun plate of Buddy the Elfʻs Spaghetti!

A fast and fun dessert to make, just boil some pasta and add whatever sweet toppings. Just stay true to the 4 food groups: candy, candy-cane, candy-corn, and syrup!

 

The main dish of the night! Roast Beef!: From Real Simple, Sara Quessenberry

Only 4 ingredients that will have your mouth watering. Prep time 10-20 minutes. Cook for about an hour.

Slow-cooked Roast Beef with tomatoes and garlic

 

Going healthy this year? Donʻt worry, an alternative is here!: From Veganinstantly

If you decide to stay away from animal products and enjoy a nice light holiday meal then do not worry. A Vegan Cauliflower Mac and Cheese may be something youʻd like to try! Prep time is 5 minutes. Cook time is 25 minutes.

Vegan Mac and Cheese