Holiday Recipes from old-fashion-recipe kitchen includes fruit cake recipes, holiday punch recipes and appetizer dips.
It is that special time of year.
celebrating Thanksgiving, Christmas, or another Holiday, your thoughts
often go back to the nostalgia of Old Fashioned Recipes of your
We embrace warm memories of Mama, Grandma, Aunt Sue, (yes, Uncle Ben, too) hustling to cook their special dishes to perfection.
They had to prepare lots of food, such as fruit cakes and cured hams ahead of time.
Traditional holiday meals came together just right.
But, many of the good old recipes were not written down, they were passed by word of mouth from generation to generation.
A few were written down on scraps of paper, others were published in magazines or cookbooks.
And some, sad to say, were lost.
The recipes we bring you in this category are recipes our family have used in cherished family celebrations, unless otherwise noted.
To kick off the season we suggest you start with the simple, easy to make, No Bake Cookie Recipe, for two reasons.
First, it can be made, packaged and shipped in time to reach the recipient for the holidays.
it can be made by young and old, without spending hours in the kitchen.
That leaves time for shopping and decorating your home.
More great holiday recipes are at our Jello Recipes with photos.
Baked with an upside-down topping of butter, brown sugar, and Maraschino cherries, then glazed with a lemon or orange glaze.
Coffee Cake Recipe
Easy, no bake Coffee Cake Recipe with coconut and pecans.
Cut into various shapes to serve for holidays, parties, or everyday desserts. Yummy!
Included Festive Vegetable, Dill and a Hot Mexican Bean Dip for holidays or parties.
Delicious with raw vegetables, chips, or crackers. Makes great toppings for baked potatoes.
Old-Fashioned eggnog recipe, thick and creamy, to let you experience some of the pleasures of the past.
Fantastic Jalapeno Pepper Dip
Fantastic Hot Dip submited by a visitor contains Jalapeno Peppers, Italian cheese, sour cream, mayonnaise and spices baked in an oven or cooked in the Microwave.
Delicious with fruits and nuts you have on hand.
No need to wait until the candied fruits arrive on the market for the holidays.
Holiday Punch Recipes
One is a Slush Punch great for Thanksgiving Dinner, Christmas, wedding reception or parties.
The other is a healthy, quick and easy
Fruit Punch with no sugar added.
No Bake Fruit Cake
One of our best old fashioned recipes for
Very moist with fruits and nuts.
This fruit makes great gifts for Christmas!
Orange Slice Cake
Made with orange candy slices, dates, coconut, and pecans.
Old fashion fruit cake gives us nostalgia to pass down.
A great addition to your holiday recipes!
Punch, according to historians, was invented in the 17th century.
It was given the name of Punch because it contained 5 ingredients: alcohol (liquor), sugar, lemon or lime juice, water and spices.
In the early days, Rum was the most popular liquor and lime was the most popular juice in the recipe.
Punch came across the water to America during the Colonial Days.
Old Fashioned Cornbread Dressing
Love this fruitcake! I make a holiday time and sometimes cut and small pieces to add to my cookie trays. https://t.co/noSOkPMoKq— Frances (@Painlesscooking) August 15, 2017