Here are the best Christmas Dinner recipes on Associated Content. I hope that they’re interesting and helpful to you!
From Theresa Williams, we have recipes to have a vegetarian Christmas. She offers Salmon with Fresh green beans and white rice, and Eggplant over spaghetti. She shared these recipes because as a vegetarian, she understands how hard it can be to have a Christmas dinner that works.
RS asks, are we tired of turkey? If your answer is yes, then there are some alternative recipes for your Christmas dinner here, such as Shrimp and Grits, Ribs, and Pot Roast. Definitely for the meat eaters in your life! Adds a southern flavor to Christmas.
Victoria Burke suggests the opposite – recipes that require no cooking for Christmas! No-bake wreath cookies, potato salad, and veggie or fruit kabobs are featured in that article. Great for a family that’s on the run – but sitting down to the meal would be a great way to celebrate Christmas.
Ruth Speirs, a veteran mom, offers up Fiesta Fajitas as a favorite of her kids, and gives great directions for it. Her kids get excited about Christmas like all the others, and this recipe is part of their tradition.
Stephanie Manning brings us back to the traditional Christmas dinner ideas with different meats and vegetables and deserts, and a sweet potato casserole. Great ideas for a Christmas feast.
Heather Shockney offers up a few recipes for Christmas dinner, including Brown sugar and orange juice ham glaze, Brown sugar and orange juice ham glaze, Broccoli rice casserole, another Sweet Potato Casserole, Glazed carrots, Cheesy green bean casserole, and deviled eggs. Lots of great ideas here!
Amanda Grable shares recipes passed down from her great aunt, which are family traditions for her. Scalloped Potatoes, Onion Casserole, and Heavenly Hash.
Scott Kessman chimes in with creative ways to make turkey. He suggests smoking or deep-frying your turkey. Also, duck or Cornish hen can be a suitable replacement. For people who don’t want a whole turkey, this is a great idea.
robbwindow suggests some Christmas Eve dinner recipes, going on the notion that Christmas Day will be a large meal day for you. He offers a light option, a heavyweight option, and mince pies. For a family that gets together on Christmas Eve and also on Christmas day, this is great.
With health in mind, Ann Olson offers some updates to your dinner that will add to the health factor – or at least subtract from the unhealthy. Mashed sweet potatoes, homemade cranberry sauce, Quinoa stuffing, veggie casserole, and sweet potato pie can all be found here.