‘Tis the season my fellow Hubbers! Let’s share our favorite holiday dishes and desserts. If your favorite seasonal dishes have nothing to do with the winter holidays, worry not. This theme is open to all holiday dishes regardless of season or date.
Don’t have a particular Hub in mind? Here are some search-friendly titles to consider using:
Cooking Healthy for the Holidays
World’s Greatest Holiday Dessert
Five Killer Holiday Dessert Recipes
Five Healthy Holiday Recipes
Holiday Dessert Ideas for Novice Cooks
Healthy Lunch Ideas for the Holidays
Quick Dinner Ideas for the Holidays
Holiday Meal Ideas
Healthy Supper Ideas for the Holidays
Simple Dinner Ideas for Christmas
Simple Dinner Ideas for Hanukkah
Simple Dinner Ideas for Valentine’s Day
Quick Healthy Meals for Fourth of July
Healthy Meal Ideas for Hanukkah
Healthy Easy Meals for Winter Holidays
And feel free to switch out “Holiday” or “The Holidays” with a specific holiday’s name.
Also, be sure to use the Recipe Capsules in your Hubs!
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I must say, I'm really liking this weekly topic inspiration! It even motivated me enough to write a Hub!
I decided to do something different, yet still applicable to the topic of Holiday Recipes.. and despite not being much of a drinker besides the odd glass or wine or craft beer... I present to you:
http://renegadetory.hubpages.com/hub/Ja … ot-Stirred
LOL on me! - I used the "Killer" holiday recipe title and ads were disabled for "killer." I changed it to Great.
What fun computer systems are!
http://pattyinglishms.hubpages.com/hub/ … -One-Dough
("Killer seems OK in the URL, though) - Anyway - Chocolate and Ribbons, Coconut Lime, and Olive-Oil Glaze cookies among others.
Have a great weekend, everybody!
Hi Simone! This is a great recipe for making the most of a leftover turkey carcass and turkey meat. Or you can just use the chicken option. It's a nice break from typical holiday fare! (although I love it all) http://vespawoolf.hubpages.com/hub/Chic … up-Recipes
Here is one of my family's favorite holiday dessert recipes http://kelleyward.hubpages.com/hub/Choc … Bar-Recipe
I just posted this one but didn't go through the WTI http://denisehandlon.hubpages.com/hub/C … mallow-Pie
Simone, Oh, dear. I answered this question last night and posted I would write a Hub about it. I have almost completed the Hub. Now I don't see my post. So now I don't know if my answer is "imbedded" in the Hub. Am I OK to repost and proceed with the Hub?
Did you write a Hub, mary615? Even if you missed the step of writing a Hub as an answer to the official WTI question, it's OK- you can still share your WTI Hub here.
Thanks, Simone. I sure thought I did the step of "writing a Hub as an answer". I will come back and share when I complete my Hub. It requires a lot of photos and I won't be finished with my project until the end of the week. I can't wait untill I finish it! It is an old family tradition (and recipe).
Here is my first one for this weeks WTI : http://hub.me/aeyH0
Toffee Bars and Rocky Road Bars-Christmas Favorites
I'd love to have vegetables and fruits. But all the cooks are amazing here. The cookies seems yummy.
I chose the topic of healthy, easy meals for winter holidays. http://victorialynn.hubpages.com/hub/He … idays?done
Here is my second holiday recipe White Chocolate Heath Fudge http://kelleyward.hubpages.com/hub/Blon … t-11176288
Here's my second one for this weeks WTI :
http://just-ask-susan.hubpages.com/hub/ … -Chocolate
I hope this qualifies for WTI. It was recommended to offer it up. I know a few people who aren't traditionalists but still celebrate in their own way. I wrote this last year, but I make it every year. I am so thankful you started this. Great motivation for me!
http://rusticliving.hubpages.com/hub/Ch … raditional
Here is my third, loving this topic, Sugar Free Holiday Punch Recipe http://kelleyward.hubpages.com/hub/Holi … ecipe?done
Here is one of my favourite recipes for halloween, think I'll make one for christmas/yule time but I was undecided on what to do!
http://garyholdaway.hubpages.com/hub/So … -Halloween
Here is my favorite recipe for the holidays
http://devisree.hubpages.com/hub/vegeta … picy-curd#
We have a family tradition of making a Gingerbread House every year in time for my daughter's Birthday on Dec. 12. We use the Gingerbread House as her Birthday Cake:
http://mary615.hubpages.com/_w866qqxq9k … read-House
I'm on a roll with this week's topic. I love it! Sharing my Mac and Smoked Gouda Cheese Muffins Recipe. http://kelleyward.hubpages.com/hub/Mac- … t-11188809
What could be more festive than a Mayan end of the world feast!
http://austinstar.hubpages.com/hub/Maya … n-Calendar
Thanks for sharing your holiday recipes, everyone! I am tempted to prepare each and every one of thes recipes @_____@. No wonder the winter months are famous for weight gain!
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I have never tried the Weekly Topic Inspiration before, but I figured I would give it a try. My fiancé and I recently moved and were short on money so we made these for family and friends this Christmas. They came out awesome )
http://pa-grad-gal.hubpages.com/hub/DIY … olate?done
I guess I missed the deadline for this, but here is a great cake to make for new year's or any holiday!
How to Make a Cookie Lollipop Cake
http://lauragt.hubpages.com/hub/How-to- … lipop-Cake
I know this is off the topic at hand, but I need to get some info from a real-life hub person & yours was a more recent, so I chose you. I've been interested in working online from home & clicked on a few links last week & have been getting calls & emails from various places....tonight was a guy with Amazon.com who talked about it's affiliate program, which led me here.
I just wanted to find out from real people if this is legit & should I pay the 69.00-99,00 fee for them to build a webste, etc. Can you tell about your getting started here & whether you'd recommend it, the pro's, con's you might have wished someone could have shared with you, PLEASE. I'd be forever grateful. Thanks
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