It’s time to clear your mind, mouth, feelings, and body of the taste of 2020 with some amazing holiday dishes.
There’s no denying that 2020 has tasted horrible and the fact that we have a new spike in the number of COVID-19 cases only makes it worse. These recipes are sure to make you feel great, give you the sweetness you want, and offer you the comfort that you’ve been missing this year.
Try Some Non-Traditional Thanksgiving Dishes
You might want to create a feast for your whole family on Thanksgiving, and that’s fine, but there are some great ways to make use of your slow-cooker that will make you smile for days. Here are some great ideas to put your crockpot to work and have the hearty and heart-warming dishes you’re sure to love.
Curried Butternut Squash Soup
Let your slow-cooker do the work rather than roasting the butternut squash separately. Load up all the ingredients for this recipe in the crockpot and let this dish become a family favorite that you’re sure to love. This soup is hearty and delicious and will take the taste of 2020 away.
Roasted Turkey Legs
If you’ve only got a few people coming for Thanksgiving, you can roast a few turkey legs in the crockpot and have a delicious feast. Nothing takes the taste of 2020 away like a turkey dinner that’s made for a holiday that reminds you of things you can be grateful for.
Roasted Honeynut Squash
Feed your sweet tooth with a sweet treat that’s also hearty enough to fill your soul. Enjoy preparing the Roasted Honeynut Squash in your slow-cooker and let it be a treat that makes you the hit of the holidays this year. You’ll love the way this dish makes you feel.
Instant Pot Sweet Potato Casserole
If you’ve got an Instant Pot, you can save oven space and still make the sweet potato casserole that everyone loves to eat. This dish will be perfect and caramelized while under pressure, giving you the taste you want with sweet and savory flavors blended together.
Roasted Brussels Sprouts and Sweet Potatoes
Enjoy the combination of Brussels sprouts and sweet potatoes together to give your guests a holiday change to the menu. The flavor is excellent and your family will come back asking for more of this impressive holiday vegetable dish.
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Get Ready for the Christmas Holiday Season
There are so many different dishes that you can make to create your own tradition during the Christmas holiday. Whether you have a family favorite that will take the taste of 2020 away or you’re ready to start your own tradition, you’ll be glad to have some special food to enjoy. Here are a few great ideas for you.
Horseradish-Encrusted Beef Tenderloin
Friends and family will be amazed by this beef that has the crust that offers robust flavors for them to enjoy. Check out this recipe and treat your guests to a dish that will soon become a holiday favorite for you to share every year.
Holiday Herb-Cheese Rolls
Nothing feels quite the same as a warm roll on your dinner plate. The hearty and warm feeling you get when biting into a roll will make you feel great. It’s time to get rid of the taste of 2020 with rolls that offer you garlic, dill, and cheese as the flavors you’ll enjoy.
Texas Pecan Rice
Change up the sweets with a bit of salty to make it easy for your guests to satisfy both cravings in one dish. You’ll love the Texas character of this dish and your friends and family will come back asking for a second serving of this treat.
Brie with Almonds
This nut-topped cheese is an elegant and impressive item to put out during the holidays. This is an easy item to prepare and it makes the perfect appetizer for your guests as they arrive at your home to enjoy the holiday dinner with you.
Swiss Cherry Bruschetta
Experience the holiday flavors in your mouth when you take a bite of this Swiss Cherry Bruschetta. You’re sure to wash the taste of 2020 out of your mouth when you enjoy this treat and have the different flavors mixing for your pleasure.
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No matter your tradition, the recipes you love to share, and the dishes you want to serve, it’s time to make it extra special this year. We all need to find a way to get the taste of 2020 out of our mouths and away from our bodies during the holidays.