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Enjoy the season with good food, friends, and family. Savory's fast, fresh, and easy recipes focus on spending time with the ones you love. Happy Holidays!
Cake Mix Cookies(with video)
Turn a box of cake mix into the easiest cookies ever by skipping the package directions and following this recipe instead.
Chocolate Crinkles(with video)
Santa couldn’t ask for a better Christmas Eve snack than this fudgy treat. Don’t forget the glass of milk!
This gingerbread dough is one of the easiest to make and roll out. Plus, it delivers delicious cutout cookies that keep their shape after baking.
Whether you call these Mexican wedding cookies, Russian tea cakes, or snowballs, they’re still melt-in-your-mouth delicious.
Let the kids get in on the baking action by helping make the indentations or spooning the fruity jam
Slice-and-Bake Chocolate Chip Cookies
The beauty of these Christmas cookies is how much easier and faster it is to slice the dough into evenly sized cookies than to drop them one at a time.
Spiced Cream Cheese Spritz
The slight tang of cream cheese plus warm spices create an irresistible cookie. A drop of food coloring brings out the holiday vibe.
We’ve turned an Italian delicacy into a fun dessert dip that kids and grown-ups alike will love. Besides sugar cones, try fresh fruits like strawberries and bananas as dippers.
Hummus Christmas Trees
Pomegranate seeds make perfect little sparkly ornaments on these tempting trees spread with hummus and garnished with lots of fresh herbs.
Christmas Focaccia(with video)
This simple but festive green-and-red-striped bread will put everyone in the holiday spirit.
A festive way to present store-bought antipasti that’s sure to impress your guests, this easy showstopper will also perfume the air with the delectable scent of fresh rosemary.
Fruitcake Pound Cake
Forget everything you thought you knew about fruitcake. This updated version, featuring a buttery pound cake packed with dried fruits, is sure to please.
Sangria Hot Toddy
A hot take on a Spanish classic, this winter warmer gets its sweetness from a combination of fruit juices and honey.
Mac and Cheese with Cheddar Cracker Crumbs
A cheesy casserole to feed a crowd, this riff on classic mac and cheese incorporates spinach for some color and a topping made from crushed crackers for crunch.
Pomegranate Hot Toddy
Eat, drink, and be merry with this nonalcoholic version that features cherry and pomegranate juices and a dash of vanilla.
Potato and Maple Sausage Fri-tot-a Casserole
Crunchy potato tots are the stars of this delectable casserole. Assemble it the night before Christmas and pop it in the oven the next morning for a hearty, post-presents breakfast.
Ginger-Citrus Hot Toddy
Spicy fresh ginger and sweet apple cider pair beautifully with the toasty bourbon in this festive drink.
Trio of Infused Sugars
Perfect for use in desserts or stirring into tea, these flavored sugars are as delicious as they are beautiful.
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