Happy December! This recipe collection has a little bit of everything – savory, sweet, and even some DIY home goods like simmering potpourri and dried orange slices for garlands and holiday decor.

apple cider recipe

Hot Apple Cider

Making homemade apple cider from scratch is so much easier than you might think. All you need are fresh apples, spices, water, and a few slices of orange if you have them on hand.

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Gluten-Free Sugar Cookie Recipe

Paleo Sugar Cookies

Decorated with naturally colored sprinkles and plant-based, natural food dye, these sugar cookies are super easy to make and fun to decorate.

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eggnog recipe

Homemade Eggnog (With Dairy-Free Option)

Grandma didn’t drink eggnog with high fructose corn syrup, artificial flavors, stabilizers and carrageenan, and we don’t have to either. Make this quick, creamy eggnog instead.

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Dairy-Free Eggnog Ice Cream Recipe

This delicious dairy-free eggnog ice cream recipe has the smooth, scoopable, rich texture of real deal ice cream and all the decadent flavor of traditional eggnog.

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peppermint patties

Peppermint Patties

These peppermint patties are just as cool, minty and refreshing as the original, and can be made in about 10 minutes of hands-on time.

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gingerbread cookies recipe

Soft Gingerbread Cookies

These soft and chewy gingerbread cookies blend sweet cinnamon and a hint of vanilla with zingy ginger and molasses.

They’re surprisingly simple to make and so delicious!

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how to make dried orange slices

Dried Orange Slices

These dried orange slices are a beautiful way to add a pop of color to your Christmas tree, garland, gifts, and more.

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diy mason jar simmering potpourri gift idea

Simmering Stovetop Potpourri for Fall

If you love fall-inspired scents like cinnamon and spice, but not the chemicals used in candles and air fresheners, check out this easy simmering pot recipe.

It creates a cozy scent that you can customize with whatever you have on hand, and it can be packaged in mason jars to give as gifts.

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thumbprint cookies jam

Jam Thumbprint Cookies

Soft and buttery, these thumbprint can be filled with whatever jam makes your taste buds sing – raspberry, strawberry, peach, and blackberry are a few of our favorites.

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bacon wrapped dates recipe

Bacon Wrapped Dates

This 3-ingredient recipe has got it all – sweet, chewy dates, crispy bacon and creamy, melty goat cheese tucked into each little morsel.

If you’re dairy-free, you can substitute salted almonds or pistachios for the goat cheese.

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snickerdoodle recipe gluten free


Soft, chewy and rolled in cinnamon sugar deliciousness, these gluten-free snickerdoodles are made with just a handful of simple ingredients that you probably already have on hand.

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christmas simmering stove top potpourri

Holiday Simmering Potpourri

I love how this simmering potpourri fills my home with holiday cheer. It can be diffused via a slow cooker or the stovetop, and also makes a thoughtful, simple gift for a holiday or housewarming party. (Just place a batch in a small bag and tie it up with a bow!)

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Butter Pecan Cookies

These scrumptious gluten-free butter pecan cookies are chewy, buttery, and so delicious. You only need seven ingredients to make them!

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freezer fudge recipe

Chocolate Peppermint Freezer Fudge

This chocolate peppermint freezer fudge recipe reminds me of biting into a Thin Mint cookie, and it only takes 10 minutes of hands-on time to make.

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chai cookies recipe

Soft & Chewy Chai Cookies

Spiced with ginger, cinnamon, cardamom, allspice, cloves, nutmeg and a smidge of black pepper, these chai cookies are soft, chewy, and easy to make.

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