Dreaming of Christmas Dinner: A Recipe Round-Up

Christmas is right around the corner … and I have yet to plan a menu! Seriously, I’m starting to freak out a wee bit. So, what does one do in times like these? Turn to the Internet!

Ah, yes, the magic of the Internet … just type a few words into the Google machine and out pops a plethora of recipes to make your Christmas dinner perfect! Now, I don’t know whether every recipe below will grace our Christmas table this year, but all together, they make up my perfect Christmas dinner.

 Savory Christmas Recipe Round Up

  1. Butternut Squash Soup with Pumpkin Butter from Epicurious
  2. Herb and Garlic Rubbed Prime Rib from She Knows
  3. Roasted Brussels Sprouts from, well, me!
  4. Pepper Jelly-Glazed Carrots from My Recipes / Southern Living
  5. Cran-Sage Rolls from Better Homes and Gardens
  6. Yorkshire Pudding from Simple Bites

And of course, no Christmas dinner would be complete without dessert! I still haven’t decided what desserts we’re making for Christmas this year, but perhaps it will be one of these … though I’m not sure my baking skills are up to a Bûche de Noël or a croquembouche!

Sweet Christmas Recipe Round Up

  1. Walnut Orange Buche de Noel from Martha Stewart
  2. Chocolaty Harvest Fruit-Topped Cake from Better Homes and Gardens
  3. Croquembouche (Caramel-Glazed Cream Puffs) from Saveur

What are you serving for Christmas dinner this year?


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  • http://twitter.com/CookingQuidnunc Cooking Quidnunc

    I had to pin that butternut squash soup recipe. It looks fantastic! I will try it out during the holidays!

    • http://rhubarbandhoney.com/ Kimberly

      I hope you like it … butternut squash soup is one of my all-time favorites!

  • http://www.culicurious.com/ Addie K Martin

    i’m attending Christmas at my husband’s aunt’s house so I’m bringing au gratin potatoes, flavored iced tea and cream scones for breakfast :) Easy peasy!

    Happy holidays!

    • http://rhubarbandhoney.com/ Kimberly

      That sounds perfect to me! Happy Holidays, Addie!


    I hope that you had a lovely Christmas. I went to my parent’s in low place this year and I have this feeling that I will never eat again, hahaha.