105 Festive Holiday Recipes (a giant visual list of Holiday Goodness!)

Big Giant Holiday Recipe List

This week, rather than blog, I put my efforts into a long and thorough list of some of the best holiday recipes out there. This list should serve you whether you are bringing something to the party, or you’re hosting it, yourself. This list should also provide plenty of options for New Year’s Eve, as well!

The following recipes are mostly very low carb (a few have honey, maple syrup, etc. if you’re VERY low carb, you can skip those, or substitute with a lower carb ingredient). Most are gluten free and Paleo. It’s a great list and should satisfy most all healthy holiday requirements!

Get ready to scroll, there are one hundred and one holiday recipes, below. To see the recipe … click on the image.

Ok … no need to hear more from me …

… On with the recipes!

HAPPY HOLIDAYS!!!

HO HO HO!!!

Snacks

Baked Pita Wedges



Not Pistou



Garlic-Zucchini Hummus



Not-Chex Snack Mix



Caramelized Onions and Bacon Dip



Deviled Eggs



Baked Cocoa Nuts



Baked Brie



Hot and Spicy Macadamias



Hazelnut-Parmesan Crackers



Herb Dip



Artichoke-Pesto Dip


Appetizers

Crab Cocktail Thingies



Green Beans Sushi



Miniature Crab Cakes



Crab, Asparagus and Pepper Mini “Un” Frittatas



Blackberries, Walnuts, Blue Cheese and Bacon in a Parmesan Cup



Parmesan Crusted Wings



Cranberry BBQ Turkey Meatballs



Prosciutto Wrapped Mozzarella



Stuffed Mushrooms



Shrimp Salad Endive Spears with Celery Leaf Salad


Breads

Paleo Cinnamon Swirl Bread



FrankenLoaf



Paleo Cornbread



Basic Almond Flour Muffins



Orange Cranberry Coconut Muffins



Monkey Bread



Cheddar Cheese Biscuits



Pumpkin Bread



Garlic Herb Drop Biscuits



Zucchini Muffins with Pecans



Pooti’s Foccacia Bread


Soups

Chicken Bacon Crockpot Chowder



Brown Butter Mushroom Soup



Cream of Roasted Garlic and Cauliflower Soup



Roasted Carrot and Mushroom Soup



Crockpot Turkey Minestrone



Beefy-Mushroom Soup



Pumpkin Chili



Cream of Bacon Mushroom Soup



Delicata Squash Soup



Broccoli Cheddar Soup


Salads

5Cats4Me’s German Salad



Mixed Greens with Blackberries, Bacon and Goats Cheese



Kale and Romaine Caesar Salad



Parmesan Vegetable Salad



Balsamic Spinach Salad with Mushrooms, Onions, and Feta



Old-Fashioned Low-Carb Potato Salad (with a kick)



Spinach Salad with Fresh Mint & Orange Vinaigrette



Broccoli Salad



Vegan Asparagus Salad for Spring with Tomatoes, Hearts of Palm, and Chives


Sides

Roasted Butternut and Cauliflower Casserole



Fried Cabbage with Bacon and Onions



Scalloped Sweet Potatoes



Maple Glazed Delicata Rings



Rootin’ Tootin’ Underground Hash



Twice-Baked Yams with Pumpkin



Zucchini, Spinach and Basil Stuffed Tomato



Deep Fried Cauliflower



Mashed Cauliflower and Celeriac



Bacon-Sage Cauliflower “Au Gratin”



Sausage and Sage Stuffing



Green Beans, Peppers and Almonds



Simple Buttery Brussel Sprouts



Broccoli, Ham and Dijon “Au Gratin”



Orange-Cranberry Sauce



Roasted Brussel Sprouts



Bacon Carolina Rice



Simple Southern Style Braised Greens


Main Dish

Cranberry-Spinach Stuffed Pork Loin



Roasted Turkey with Pan Gravy



Bacon Wrapped Stuffed Turkey Breasts



Easy Roasted Pork Shoulder



Baby Lady’s Turkey Roll (for lower carb, use a sugar free maple syrup)



Easy Roasted Turkey with Sage Butter



Mint Rubbed Boneless Leg of Lamb



Bacon Wrapped Pork Tenderloin



Perfect Prime Rib



Bacon-Blanketed, Herb Roasted Turkey



Honey and Citrus Glazed Ham (I know it has honey, but … it’s a tiny amount next to the size of the meat!)


Beverages

Egg Nog



Hot Buttered rum



Low Carb Peppermint Hot Chocolate (Dairy Free)



Cranberry Ginger Mulled Wine



Spiced Masala Chai Tea



Homemade Diet Soda



Pumpkin Pie Martini



Irish Cream



Pumpkin Latte



Cranberry Ginger Hot Toddy



Hot Chocolate Mix


Desserts

Snickerdoodle Pumpkin Pie



Chocolate Chip Cranberry Cookies



Pumpkin Caramel Cheesecake



Frosted Pumpkin Cookies



Golden Fruitcake



White Chocolate Dipped Hazelnut Pumpkin Mini-Muffins



Seriously Bread Pudding



Almond Joy Cookies



Cinnamon Roll Muffins



Pecan Tarts



“Apple” Crisp



Christmas Cookies



Yule Log


HAPPY HOLIDAYS!!!!

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9 thoughts on “105 Festive Holiday Recipes (a giant visual list of Holiday Goodness!)”

  1. Great blog, DJ! Lots of recipes! And I like how you jazzed it all up so Christmassy! That paleo cornbread recipe looks interesting. Have you tried it?

  2. Thanks for the kind words! Yes, that Cornbread looks WONDERFUL! I have not tried it, but Karen, from Living Low Carb, One Day at a Time used it for stuffing, and I saw photos of that. So, I trust it to be a good recipe. I’m going to have to give it a shot, myself!

  3. I shared this link on the low carb group site I’m a member of and was asked to remove it because some complained the pictures made them want to cheat. You have great recipes and I cook from your site frequently. Hard to explain to someone that the recipe is actually low carb when all they can see is the beautiful glistening monkey bread picture LOL. Thanks for these recipes. Can’t wait to cook more!

  4. Pamela, I’m actually really sorry to hear that. If someone is following a low-carb plan, it shouldn’t been seen as negative to look at delicious and enticing low-carb foods. I understand what it means to be triggered, but there are triggers everywhere, in the movie theater, on the TV, in homes, restaurants, etc. To censor a site about low-carb ON a low-carb site really sends the wrong message, in my opinion. They should, instead, work to understand the meaning behind the food and enjoy their new life style … not hide from it. I thank you for your kind words and … I hope you have a wonderful holiday! 🙂

  5. These are great although some didn’t go through to the recipe and some links didn’t go through at all like error messages. Thank you so much for these any way. Happy Holidays!

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