Your Extra-Special Christmas Dinner Menu
It’s hard to pick which course is most important for a Christmas dinner. They’re all special in their own way, especially since there isn’t one specific way to celebrate Christmas. We’ve done our best to create a yummy menu for you, but feel free to submit your own Christmas recipes to Recipe4Living, too!
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Cute little appetizers with vegetables are perfect for the holiday.
Stuffed Clam Appetizer
Cinnamon Apple Salad
A fancy roast with satisfy all your Christmas dinner guests.
Ultimate Holiday Pot Roast
Diamondhead Prime Rib Roast
Holiday Prime Rib
Cognac Glazed Ham
Becky's Roast and Vegetables
Golden Rice Casserole
Stewed String Beans with Potatoes
Bacon and Sweet Potatoes
Fried and Stuffed Eggplant
Let your creativity shine with these Christmas sweets.
Mamas Christmas Cake
Candy Cane Ring Cake
Cherries in the Snow
It’s the most wonderful time of the year, so make sure these drinks represent it!
Spiced Eggnog Latte
Chef Marisa Churchill's Exotic Hot Chocolate
Colonial American Egg Nog
Candy Cane Vodka
- If you’re the host or hostess, prepare a small toast. It can be about anything you want, but just make sure it comes from the heart.
- Set the mood by turning on one of your favorite Christmas movies in the background. Good choices are “It’s a Wonderful Life” and “White Christmas.”
- If there are small children coming, pass out candy canes or other Christmas treats. Also, make sure they are checking “Norad” to see where Santa Claus is in the world.
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