December 30, 2011

Foods Of The Holidaze


Mint Milano Cookies, dipped in chocolate and sprinkled with crushed candy cane


Pretzel Rods dipped in chocolate and sprinkled with crushed candy cane

Deviled eggs. I mix my yolks with a little mayo, yellow mustard and dijon mustard. Delish!

You can never go wrong with cheese and pepperoni!

Five Layer Turkey Taco Dip

Ingredients:
8oz Cream Cheese
1 Taco Seasoning Packet
12oz Sour Cream
15oz Hormel Turkey Chili
8oz Salsa
Mexican Taco Sprinkle Cheese
Sliced Black Olives

Directions:
1. Combine cream cheese and taco seasoning, spread it into a 10x10 dish
2. Spread sour cream on top of the cream cheese/taco seasoning mixture
3. Pour and spread chili as the third layer
4. Pour and spread salsa as the forth layer
5. Sprinkle Mexican cheese as the fifth layer

Bake at 350 for 30 minutes
Sprinkle immediately with black olives
Served best with Scoops :)

Have you heard of the Christmas Pickle?



Why not mix in a little fruit?

TJ came home around 2pm on Christmas Eve Day after being on a 6 day roadtrip, and that kicked off our "last Christmas before we're married" celebration. We feasted like a King and Queen on Christmas Eve over a game of Monopoly, then we enjoyed a wonderful Christmas Day brunch coupled with Elf, Home Alone, phone calls, and Skyping back home to our families.

The last few days have been a wonderful overindulgence of food and wine (calories don't count from December 23rd to December 28th in my book) but I am definitely happy this time only comes once a year and I can't wait for my food baby to go away!!

How was your holiday? 
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9 comments

  1. You just made me so so so hungry! Happy almost New Year!

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  2. my mouth is watering... all that looks soooo delicious!

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  3. all of that food looks so delicious and I just got extremely hungry thanks to you. But, that's OK. I would have to say that the homemade cinnabons and deviled eggs look uh-mazing!

    a lot of people don't appreciate a good deviled egg but I sure do. I love Thanksgiving and Christmas because I know I'm guaranteed one or two or six?

    -Katie

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  4. Yum look at all that good food~! Hope you had a nice Christmas. I'm sure you missed your family but it looks like you guys made the most of it.

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  5. Oy my goodness! I am getting hungry looking at this! I had a great Christmas and cant wait to see what 2012 brings!

    http://foodfashionandflow.blogspot.com/

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  6. Oh my goodness, what a mouthwatering post! Everything looks delicious!

    Have a Happy New Year and may all your wishes and dreams come true!
    Hugs xxx

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  7. YUM-O! Everything looked amazing!!

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  8. i should have come to see y'all! my food was nothing of this nature! i still can't figure skype out! glad you touched base with fam! xo

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  9. You made all kinds of yummies!!! I agree... Calories don't count at Christmas! ;) Happy New Year!!!

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