Make this holiday season the most delicious one yet. Whether you're entertaining a crowd or having a small dinner at home, we have all the festive and flavorful recipes you need to celebrate the season.
Creamy, oozy brie gets an upgrade (yes, it's possible) when topped with diced apples, a cinnamon spice rub, and baked inside a crusty pizza dough crust. The perfect sweet and savory holiday app!
Sweet and gooey, this monkey bread is made from hunks of dough rolled in butter, brown sugar and cinnamon then baked to caramelized perfection in a bundt pant. Skip the canned dough and use our Cinnamon Roll Kit, which has everything you need for 2 pans of bread.
Have leftover ham from the holidays? Put it to good use and whip up these easy and delicious puff pastry bites stuffed with smoky ham, sweet dried apricots, brie, and a generous helping of our smoky-sweet Lumberjack blend.
Think of this dip like a deconstructed version of your favorite bagel with lox. This easy dip features creamy cream cheese swirled with our crunchy and savory Everything Bagel seasoning and topped with flaked baked salmon. You can also substitute baked salmon for cured or smoked salmon.
Impress your loved ones by whipping up these easy and elegant seared scallops. Served over a bed of sautéed greens and drizzled with a homemade black garlic and chardonnay cream sauce, your friends and family will ask when you graduated from culinary school.
Also known as gua bao, these soft and airy Chinese buns are stuffed with rich and succulent braised pork belly, pickled carrots and veggies for a show-stopping appetizer that's bursting with flavor.
An accordion-style side that'll have everyone singing for more. These Hasselback Butternut Squash are sliced and filled with butter and our savory Farm House veggie blend. Top with nutty parmesan, pine nuts and fresh herbs for an extra layer of flavor.
Baked potatoes get a festive upgrade with a crunchy, tangy hazelnut and blue cheese topping. These hasselback-style spuds are sliced thinly to allow them to bake up faster and for all that tasty topping to fall in the crevices.
Add a little gold to your holiday spread with these easy Honey Mustard Roasted Green Beans. Seasoned in our Jackpot Honey Mustard Rub, roasted then drizzled in more Jackpot Carolina BBQ sauce, these are pure gold.
10. Duck Wellington
Upgrade your duck and give it the Wellington treatment. In this twist on a British classic, tender duck breast is smothered in a truffled mushroom sauce, wrapped in prosciutto and flaky puff pastry and baked until golden.
11. Smoked Prime RibSmoked prime rib is our go-to meal of the holiday season. Smoked low and slow, this version is coated in a crunchy smoky crust with a perfectly moist and juicy center.
Courtesy of @SeattleButchersWife, these sticky, smoky turkey legs are sure to spread some holiday cheer at your table.
Beef tenderloin, a cut of meat made for kings, dukes, and anyone who enjoys the finer things in life. Pair it with a fine red wine and our King Shallot seasoning blend and you have a royal feast on your hands. We recommend serving this crown jewel over silky mashed potatoes and roasted asparagus.
If you're cooking Thanksgiving for a smaller crowd or just want to change things up, this stuffed Turkey Roulade is the perfect alternative to a whole turkey. We stuffed a butterflied turkey breast with a savory filling of cremini mushrooms, garlic, onion, stuffing and sherry. Roll, truss, and give it a hearty coating of our Good Fella Italian Herb.
Traditionally served during holidays, Beef Braciole is a classic Italian-American dish of parmesan and bread crumb-stuffed flank steak braised in marinara. In our version the steak is stuffed with parmesan, romano, and plenty of Good Fella Italian herb then simmered in a savory red-wine laden tomato sauce.
One of the best cuts of beef is taken to new heights in this Bourbon Pepper Beef Tenderloin. The tenderloin is dry brined in On the Rocks Bourbon Pepper then seared and basted in butter until perfectly medium rare. Slice and serve on top of a horseradish cream sauce with fresh blood oranges for a pop.
With turkey this delicious, it'd be a shame to eat it only on Thanksgiving. This sure-fire way to cook your bird will add bold flavor and moisture to your bird. We start with a 24-hour dry brine, stuff, truss and smoke low and slow until the skin is golden and crispy and the inside is tender and flavorful.
Tender and moist, we turned up the flavor of these turkey tenderloins by giving them a long soak in a brine of beer, brown sugar, garlic and our honey ale Beer Can Chicken rub. The result is melt-in-your mouth, slightly sweet and malty slices that are the perfect pairing with salads or sides.
Your favorite creamy, crunchy app is transformed into your new favorite dip. Creamy crab rangoon filling is laced with Seoul Train and Sriracha for a kick and topped with our sweet red chili sauce. Serve with easy homemade wonton chips.