The creamy mushroom sauce adds the crowning touch to this succulent roast beef tenderloin recipe. Serve with mashed potatoes and green beans and you've got a knockout Christmas meal.
Kids and adults alike will love the sweet glaze used to coat this juicy ham.
A turkey breast is quicker to prepare than the entire bird and more likely to be gladly received by kids at the table. If young ones don't go for the usual accompaniments, a simple turkey sandwich may meet with approval.
Stuffed pork makes a beautiful impression on a holiday dinner table and tastes mild enough to pass taste-tests by picky eaters. We think everyone will enjoy the apple stuffing!
Roasted chicken is a manageable poultry alternative to a giant turkey at Christmas and is easy enough to prepare. The corn bread stuffing dresses up an otherwise unfussy dish.
Have a nonmeat-eater on your hands? A slice of this pie, chock-full of vegetables, is perfect for a main course or a side for others eating Christmas classics.
Lasagna is a favorite for big family gatherings - be it on Sunday or Christmas Day. It tastes even better the day after assembled and baked, making it a stress-busting option for a hectic holiday meal.
Pork and potatoes are simple enough for particular eaters, but this roast is also ample and elegant enough for a holiday feast.
If this ham isn't completely devoured, try turning leftovers into ham and cheese sandwiches or quesadillas.
Keep your hungry little diners satisfied with an appetizer they'll go nuts for.
In just four minutes, this soup brings together the classic taste of fall with an all-time favorite food!
Served warm with a pat of butter, these tasty morsels may just be your kids' favorite part of the meal!
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