Homemade holiday treats guide!

The Beginner’s Guide to Thanksgiving dinner was a huge hit and I received many messages with questions and comments of support. Thank you so much for following along!

Now as we approach the Christmas holiday season I thought I would put together a quick guide to some famous holiday faves! Some of these I have blogged about in the past and I will be making a variation of the originals others are classics that you’ll want to save for use as part of your annual traditions. Not all “treats” are edible I will also have a few handmade holiday decorations that I think you’ll truly enjoy!

So much of what we do as a culture here in the United States during the holidays revolves around food. It’s a simple, sometimes elegant way to show your love and appreciation for the people who mean the most to you. So I have compiled a list of holiday favorites to share. As always if you have questions or comments I’d love to hear them! Thank you all and I hope you have a very happy holiday season!

Here is a quick list of the items I’m hoping to cover!

  • Homemade hot cocoa with marshmallows
  • Chex Mix A.K.A Scrabble
  • Monkey Bread
  • Boozy Chocolate Cherries
  • Holiday Fudge
  • Heath Bar Candy
  • Cinnamon Rock Candy
  • Holiday Christmas Cookies
  • Thumbprint Cookies
  • Spritz Cookies
  • Homemade Irish Cream
  • Cheese Ball and Relish Wreath recipes
  • Perfect Glazed Ham
  • Gingerbread houses
  • Handmade holiday wreaths and outdoor decor
  • Cinnamon ornaments

I can’t wait to get started! Click the follow button so you don’t miss any of these great recipes and guides! Thank you!

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