Mr. Food Hassle Free Holidays free eCookbook
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No matter what you celebrate at this time of year, the holiday countdown clock is ticking away fast. And we want to make things tasty and hassle-free for you, 'cause no one wants to be stuck in the kitchen during the most festive season of the year.
We’ve got easy recipes for your Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanzaa and New Year's get-togethers, from homemade Jelly Donuts and fool-proof Old Fashioned Potato Pancakes for Hanukkah to awesome nibblers like tangy Slow Cooker Sweet and Sour Meatballs and Bacon Wrapped Scallops, perfect for Christmas open houses, plus elegant main dishes like Cherry Citrus Glazed Ham and Champagne-Roasted Turkey. Mmm! And wait till you see what a cinch it is to dress up your dessert buffet with our Gingerbread House and eye-popping Hole-y Christmas Tree, to name just a few sweet ideas!
Imagine the yummy aromas on Christmas morning from our make-ahead recipes for French Toast Soufflé and Holiday Sausage Rollups! All of them and more will make sure you’re in and out of the kitchen quicker than a reindeer can fly, so you’re free to celebrate along with everyone else!
Come Kwanzaa, we’ve got traditional recipes like Kwanzaa Slaw, Island Ambrosia and more with easy twists…wait’ll you taste ’em! And if the gang is ringing in the New Year at your place, pass around a platter of our Coconut Shrimp and put out some Roasted Red Pepper Hummus, and you’ll be the toast of the town!
So feast your eyes on our best and most-requested recipes, and you’ll be amazed at how fast you can wrap up your holiday meals, parties and bring-alongs, leaving you plenty of time to celebrate the season with your family and friends and enjoy all the…"OOH IT'S SO GOOD!!®"
Included in this 52-page eCookbook:
French Toast Soufflé — If you love French toast for breakfast or brunch, then you'll love this baked version of French toast that turns an ordinary favorite into an easy-to-make souffle! (Page 7)
Holiday Hot Chocolate — It's great to have this dry mix on hand for mixing up a special hot chocolate drink whenever you need its warm comfort. Sit back and enjoy! (Page 11)
Patchwork Potatoes — With this pretty patchwork side dish, everybody gets their favorite potatoes: dill mashed potatoes or mashed sweet potatoes. Yep, Patchwork Potatoes is a sure crowd-pleaser!. (Page 19)
Parsley Garlic Rolls — Chopped parsley adds a garden-fresh touch to these easy-to-bake rolls that'll do your bread basket proud! Make 'em for any weeknight or for company and you'll be a hero! (Page 24)
Christmas Goose — We've all heard the expression "What's good for the goose is good for the gander." Well, this festive recipe may not be so good for the goose OR the gander, but it's very good for your holiday dinner! (Page 29)
Currant Glazed Prime Rib of Beef — This elegant and easy recipe for prime rib shouts company fancy. And with our currant jelly glaze, this spectacular beef dinner is a meal that'll make you feel like a restaurant chef! (Page 26)
Cherry Citrus Glazed Ham — The cherry and citrus-flavored glaze that coats our Cherry-Citrus Glazed Ham is a company-fancy meal that they'll go hog-wild over! And the tasty leftovers will extend the enjoyment! (Page 30)
Holly Crackles — Need a star entry for your holiday cookie platter? Add some holiday cookie cheer with our Holly Crackles. They're bite-sized wreath-shaped cookies that look as good as they taste - and they always disappear in a flash. (Page 35)
Gingerbread House — Have you ever wished you knew how to make a gingerbread house? Now you do! Our easy gingerbread house recipe is no fuss...and sure to create smiles when you're making it and all throughout the holiday season. (Page 38)
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