5 Steps to Making the Perfect Holiday Party Menu!

Hosting holiday parties and get-togethers can be stressful from the preparation, to the cooking, to the event itself. But don't worry, we have made a simple guide of our favorite holiday appetizers and sweet treats for you to recreate and try this holiday season!

1. Christmas Charcuterie Board

If you want to serve a beautiful dish to guests but you're in a time crunch, you need to recreate this festive board! All you need are a few simple ingredients and a large platter. Fill with your favorite red, green, and white savory foods for an even more festive board. Here's a recipe we love!

2. Inside Out S’mores Platter

Serving a s'mores board at your upcoming holiday party is fun for everyone and even s'more fun when you include Tuck-ins! Tuck-ins are Inside-Out S'mores on a stick with fluffy marshmallows, homemade graham crackers, and chocolate all tucked in! You can even get a TerraFlame Fire Bowl for easy roasting and to simulate the camping experience even s'more.


3. This Baked Brie is to Die for!

Baked brie is a classic holiday appetizer, and we love this easy and delicious twist in this recipe from The Pioneer Woman! The best part is you can choose to serve it with whatever you want from crostinis to apple slices! This recipe is simple, yet delicious and a guaranteed family favorite. 

4. Try this Cheesy Pull-Apart Christmas Tree

This is such a quick and easy way to serve a delicious and creative holiday dish at your holiday get-together this year! All you need is pizza dough, mozzarella cheese, and a few other easy-to-find ingredients. Here is our favorite recipe that makes for the perfect Cheesy Pull-Apart Christmas Tree. 

5. Candy Cane Cookies

These cookies are not only adorable but so fun to make, and they look so cute laid out on a festive board or plate! Candy cane cookies are the perfect activity to get the family involved too! Here's a recipe we love and you can even add crushed candy canes or oreos on top for a sweet twist!  

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Sophie Teitel

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