mouthwatering christmas recipes

How delicious (and healthy!) does that wilted kale and roasted potato salad look above? There's a lot to love about a good kale salad. Bet it would be good with sweet potatoes too!

This pumpkin pecan cobbler with vanilla ice cream looks like the perfect holiday dessert. I have had such a sweet tooth lately... I could so go for this right now.

Grab and go items are always nice to have around the house during Christmas and these cheesy buffalo chicken bombs would please the gents and the ladies.

Just look at these chicken enchilada roll ups. Yum!

Apricot gorgonzola cheese spread. That's an appetizer to love.

If you have a sweet tooth like me then you'll appreciate this no-bake chewy oreo bars recipe.

To go with your Christmas dinner... brussels sprout mac 'n cheese.

A tomato pie never disappoints. Honestly, a tomato pie might be one of my absolute favorite things. I just hate making them!

These fire crackers are perfect to have on hand for random munching.

Here are 20 Christmas morning recipes. We are making this one!

Can't go wrong with some bacon wrapped smokies.

Ok, now I'm hungry! Do you have any Christmas traditions when it comes to food? Maybe a recipe you make every year? I want to know!

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