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Wednesday, December 07, 2011

Top 5 Christmas Party recipes

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These Christmas party favorites have been the most sought after and requested since the month of December has begun. If you are planning an office party, a gathering at home and the theme is definitely the holidays, all or anyone of these recipes will be easy to do and a hit with everyone. If you live in South Carolina and want to make your own party favors, see the bottom of this link for South Carolina Craft Suppliers in your area.

Old fashioned Eggnog
There are many different recipes for eggnog including one that originated in South Carolina, see : South Carolina Eggnog for the recipe at the end of this article. For a unique treat for Christmas, why not try your hand at your own homemade version? This particular recipe calls for cooking this custard beverage prior to serving. This makes it a safe beverage for all to consume and tastes far better than the eggnog you see in the grocery store. If you love eggnog, this recipe will allow you to make it anytime of year, instead of waiting once a year to buy it.
Get the simple recipe and instruction video here: How to make old fashioned Eggnog

Chocolate chip pecan cookies

They say the south is full of nuts and to some extent that may be true, one nut in particular we are partial to in South Carolina is pecans! This recipe is great during the holidays, especially if you are having any Christmas eve parties, or holiday gatherings. The easy instructions here: Chocolate chip pecan cookies


Homemade Pecan Praline
This pecan brittle is a great treat to serve guests if you are planning a Christmas office party, Christmas eve gathering or any holiday occasion. Tasty and simple it's sure to be a hit. It also makes for a wonderful gift for that hard-to-shop-for fellow in your life. Here's the recipe and instruction video: Homemade Pecan Praline

Holiday Cranberry Punch
Whether it is for Thanksgiving or Christmas holidays, this hot punch will be perfect for a family gathering. Served hot and full of good cheer, there is no way that the family won't enjoy a steaming cup of this punch. It can be served cold if you prefer, just let it cool sufficiently. It is non alcoholic and kid friendly, but if you like to make an adult version simply add some rum to taste. Get the instructions here: Holiday Cranberry Punch
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