Christmas Recipes Round-Up

Some of our favorite memories of Christmas revolve around the foods that we’ve shared with friends and family.  Special tastes tantalize our taste buds and scrumptious smells tickle our noses.  The Schoolhouse Crew is no different.

Certain foods just bring Christmas to life and we wanted to share some of our very best with you as you prepare your Christmas memories.  We’ve included recipes that form the basis of our family traditions — some that we enjoy around the kitchen table on Christmas Eve and Christmas Morning, some that we share at cookie swaps and get-togethers with friends, and some that we use in crafty projects to build intentional memories with our children.

The sights, smells, sounds, and tastes of Christmas draw us all closer together.  Apron strings are simply ties that bind our families together.  We are so glad that you’re a part of the Crew Family. Enjoy our favorites that have been tested over the years in real life in our very own kitchens and share a few of your family favorites with us.  Merry, merry Christmas, friends!

Christmas Recipes

Buffalo Chicken Wings

Cheesy Sausage Rotel Grits

Christmas Cookie Collection

Christmas Cookie Exchange

Christmas Pretzels

Cranberry Orange Bread

Crockpot Candy


Easy Overnight Caramel Pecan Ring

English Christmas Pudding with Spice Sauce

Nanaimo Bars

Marranitos Cookies

Pecan Tassies


Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Muffins


Snickerdoodles for Almond Lovers

Speculaas Cookies

Swirled Sugar Cookies

Vanilla Sugar Cookies (gluten, dairy, and soy free)

Vegan Pumpkin Spice Cake (gluten free)

Lynn McInnis is wife to the MainMost and a homeschooling mother of four blessings (ages 20, 18, 15, and 13) in her 15th year of homeschooling. She is a failure with a FATHER who loves her and the daughter of the KING.  A 6th session Crewbie, she blogs at This Day Has Great Potential where she shares the hope and grace and mercy evidenced in her life.  She believes that every day has the potential to be the very best day of your life and it is her prayer that all who stop by will leave encouraged.

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