I can’t believe it! It’s Christmas Eve. It’s amazing how quickly time goes by. I have to run to the store before it closes, decide the final menu for tomorrow, and do some cleaning. But before I head off, here are a few ideas for those still wanting a few recipe ideas for tomorrow.
Fluffy Whole Wheat Pancakes. These pancakes are light and fluffy, and soaked for better nutrition.
Fluffy Biscuits: Another soaked whole wheat recipe. These are delicious! They will probably be on my menu tomorrow.
Mango Orange Smoothie: This is a terrific smoothie. So delicious. It would make a great start to the day on Christmas.
Turkey or Chicken Apple Sausage: Super easy to throw together and very delicious.
Gingerbread Muffins:Who doesn’t need a little more spice?
Delicious Pan Fried Apples: This simple dish makes the best apples. Serve it on pancakes, serve it alone or with whipped cream. It’s all good.
Herbed Baked Eggs: Surprisingly easy to make and a special way to make eggs.
Delicious Liver Paté: Nutrient dense, rich and delicious.
Gingered Sweet Potatoes: A delicious guest post that would be perfect for the holidays.
Turnip and Squash Gratin This guest post has gotten rave reviews from other readers!
Garlic and Rosemary Roasted Root Vegetables: So simple, but so flavorful.
Scottish Shortbread Cookies
Spiced Macaroons (Gluten and Dairy Free)
Flourless Nut Butter Cookies (Gluten and Dairy Free)
And I can’t leave without mentioning one last recipe, Creamy Orange Curd. Sweet, creamy, delicious, yumminess. Perfect for this time of year.
And now it’s off to the store! A very Merry Christmas to everyone out there in blogland and a Happy New Year!
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