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Follow Friday: Our Favorite Christmas Recipes This Week


Homemade Chocolate Bars from Flourishing Foodie

 Follow Friday: Our Favorite Christmas Recipes This Week

Photo via @flourishingfoodie

Who doesn’t like chocolate at Christmas, especially when it’s handmade. The best part about making your own chocolate bars is you can customize them for every person you give them too. For example, if I was gifting myself a chocolate bar, it would be made from white chocolate with Teddy Grahams, crushed peppermints, and Oreos. Too much?

Holiday Gingerbread Cardamom Waffles from I Am a Food Blog

 Follow Friday: Our Favorite Christmas Recipes This Week

Photo via @iamafoodblog

These waffles taste like Christmas morning, which is exactly when you should serve them. Molasses, cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, and cloves make them taste like a gingerbread cookie, but the cardamom makes them a little fancy. Plus, we bet they make your kitchen and whole house smell fantastic. 

Muddy Buddy Pie with a Chex Crust from Crepes of Wrath

 Follow Friday: Our Favorite Christmas Recipes This Week

Photo via @crepesofwrath

You guys know what muddy buddies are right (also known as puppy chow and apparently also called sweet minglers)? It’s Chex cereal that has been coated in chocolate and peanut butter, rolled in powdered sugar, and best eaten frozen in my personal opinion. Sydney has gone and made a whole pie out of it with a Chex Mix crust for a sweet and salty effect and a chocolatey peanut butter filling. It’s everything my childhood self could ever want in a pie. 

 White Chocolate Peppermint Cookies with Vanilla Salt from Not Without Salt

 Follow Friday: Our Favorite Christmas Recipes This Week

Photo via @ashrod

We are already huge fans of Ashley’s blog and her new line of cookie mixes. This festive Christmas cookie is available as a mix to buy, she has included the recipe so you can whip them up from scratch if you choose. To learn how to make vanilla salt (it’s super easy) read this tutorial

Cranberry, Ginger, and Satsuma Clafoutis from Hummingbird High

 Follow Friday: Our Favorite Christmas Recipes This Week

Photo via @hummingbirdhigh

It’s technically a dessert, but we wouldn’t mind eating this fruity clafoutis for Christmas breakfast, either. It looks complicated, but the recipe is actually pretty simple and fuss-free. Think of it like making one big giant popover. Make sure you eat it warm and straight from the oven, since it deflates and cools pretty quickly. 

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