While we all love baking throughout the year, it’s just a little bit more special during the Christmas. Whether you are making a gingerbread house or shortbread cookies, Christmas baking is fun for the entire family. So bake your heart out with these scrumptious baking recipes. Red velvet cake, crumble pies and festive bread, we have got everything here.
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Half cake and half-stolen, this Christmas cake bursts with mixed spice, dried fruits and nuts. The roasted marzipan is adding a different taste to the Bundt cake.
These popcorn stars are a beautiful edible ornament, if only they make to the tree. The colors look so Christmassy.
For people who like to enjoy a fresh batch of rolls, here’s the perfect recipe. These rolls are covered with cheese, garlic, and butter. Could it be any better?
Pasta, cheese, tomato, this recipe is an epitome of comfort food. It’s quick and easy to make and gives a great depth of flavor even in such a little time.
Holidays are incomplete without the old-fashioned sugar cookies, cut into fun shapes and sizes and decked with sprinkles and colorful sugars.
This quiche-like tart is filled with tomatoes, Italian sausage, cheese and egg. And on top of that is the puff pastry crust. Perfect for Christmas brunch.
Skip the noodles and layer the cheese, pesto and chicken lasagna for a tender spaghetti squash. It’s sure to be a showstopper of your dinner table.
These spinach and pasta shells are very easy to prepare casserole. Just see how tempting it looks. We can’t wait to try our hands at it.
These lasagna rolls are filled with chicken, ham, kale and Swiss cheese. It cannot be more decadent. Jarred tomato sauce is a must for these rolls.
Let me warn you beforehand. It will take a lot of time, but the result will be worth it.
This recipe will give the ready-made whoopie pies a run for the money. These delicious cakes like cookies have a luscious vanilla filling in between.
This cheesy pesto bread is to die for. And we are not exaggerating. It’s perfect for both snack or appetizer.
Super Simple Fresh Mozzarella and Basil Bites:
The super creative blogger got the idea of making these bites from warm, grilled cheese sandwich. But instead of frying these wontons, bake them at 450 degrees.
These grilled pizzas with asparagus and sausage will get everyone licking their hands. The recipe calls for grilling, but you can even try standard baking with it.
This pie has layers of vegetables, chicken and ricotta cheese inside two flaky pastries. It’s very easy to make and will make a perfect Christmas dinner accompaniment.
Creamy ricotta will add moisture to the meatballs, keeping it on the lighter side.
Savory Onion Crackers:
For an Indianised Christmas meal, try these onion crackers. It tastes just like a spicy biscuit. And unlike most of the Indian foods, it’s low in fat too!
Cheesy Roasted Pepper Pinwheel:
If you want to put your store bought puff pastry dough to proper use, make this pastry pinwheel for your guests. You can prepare it beforehand and do the baking just before serving. And it tastes scrumptious both warm and at room temperature.
These baked eggs stuffed sweet potatoes are perfect when you don’t have much time to prepare elaborate side dishes for Christmas. It is vegetarian and gluten free, so you’ll have a balanced and healthy meal with no cleanup.
The lemon loaf cake will take amazing with fresh berries and milk, making it a perfect addition to your child’s Christmas party. A perfect ending to the meal.
These tortillas with cream cheese, shredded chicken, salsa and spinach filling will make a filling addition to your Christmas dinner. But instead of deep-frying, bake them 12 to 16 minutes at 400 degrees.
Here’s chicken Parmesan with a twist. Hidden beneath the mozzarella is a slathering of ricotta cheese prepped with spinach.
Do you some leftover sweet potato at hands? Then turn them into hearty and healthy baked sweet potato. It is a great change from the commonplace salads.
Quinoa Egg Muffins with Sundried Tomato & Spinach:
These quinoa egg muffins will make perfect on the go snack for children. They can take these muffins in hand and run around the field during the Christmas brunch party. It’s also an excellent way to use up the leftover quinoa.
I absolutely love butternut squash. It tastes best in casseroles, cakes, pies, soups, biscuits, almost everything. If you love butternut squash as much as I do, then here’s one of our tried and tested butternut squash recipe for you.
How can Christmas be complete without chocolate fudge? These homemade fudges will make a perfect holiday gift. Just pack in a decorative tin and present to your guest. It has a good shelf life too!
This apple crumble pie is the pie dish for holiday entertaining. It’s very easy to make and can easily feed the crowd. You can even moisten it by pouring vanilla and cardamom sauce on it.
Red velvet cake is much more than a red-tinted cake. This iconic cake is a masterpiece of textures, flavors, and frosting.
Do you feel apprehensive making bread pudding at home? Then we can guarantee you that this bread pudding recipe will not dishearten. The sauce is adding perfect moisture to it.
Pumpkin and Fried Sage Flatbread:
When you don’t have time to create a complicated meal, make these winter special Pumpkin and Fried Sage Flatbread. It tastes a lot like pizza, another reason for me to make it this Christmas.
Here’s the recipe for spiced gingerbread cup with sweet and tangy cream cheese frosting. This flavorful and moist cupcake will make a perfect treat during the holidays.
Make this casserole beforehand and toss in the oven on Christmas. It’s deliciously satisfying.
This cauliflower, carrot, and cheese pie has a yummy crust filled with fontal and parmesan cheese. If you dont like cauliflower, you can substitute it for broccoli.
Simple Apple Tart:
This apple tart looks like it has just come from a fancy bakery. But believe us, it’s very easy to make at home. Just take out a few minutes to fan out the apples to make it look like it’s just out of the bakery.
These extra crispy chicken fingers are made by marinating in honey and BBQ sauce. The entire family will relish these fingers.
This classic dessert will be the showstopper at your holiday dinner. Make the apple custard ahead of time and Brulee the sugar with the culinary torch on the table.
Here’s a traditional Middle Eastern dish Shakshuka with a North African Twist. It will make a delicious savory dish for Christmas brunch.
These sweet and spicy baked wings are perfect for Christmas gatherings. And not to mention the slight kick from the Sriracha.
Margarita is one of the simplest, yet most popular flavors of pizza. So why not eat them as a muffin. We’ve got you a simple recipe to transform the pizza into savory muffins.
Crispy Quinoa Patties:
These crispy quinoa patties are great for vegetarians. Bake these patties for 25 minutes in the oven at 190C. But make sure you spray some oil on it beforehand.