Chocolate cookies rolled in sugar, what else can kids ask for? A fun way to celebrate Christmas with the family where the children can prepare these cookies with elder’s guidance.


Ingredients


Unsweetened chocolate - 4 squares (1 oz each) Sugar – 2 cups Vegetable oil - 1/2 cup Eggs – 4 All purpose flour – 2 cups Baking powder - 2 tsp

Candy canes are quite popular among kids, but the Candy Cane Cookies will surely be a new treat for them. In short, an easy to prepare dessert which will be loved by the kids!


Ingredients


Butter/shortening – 1 cup Powdered sugar – 1 cup Sugar - 1/2 cup Egg - 1 Almond extract – 1 1/2 tsp Peppermint candy - 1/2 cup


A delightful delicacy which is very easy to prepare and has a tasty sweet glaze, a perfect dish for Christmas celebrations!


Ingredients


Turkey – 1 1/2 pound Apple jelly – 1/2 cup Cinnamon (ground) – 1/2 tsp Red pepper (ground) - 1/2 tsp Salt - 1/2 tsp


These tortillas made with the festive red and green colors are a sure way to win everybody’s heart. A perfect appetizer to boost up the holiday spirits!


Ingredients


Flour tortillas – 1 pack Cream cheese (softened) – 16 oz Green olives (chopped) – 1/2 c Green onion (chopped) – 1/2 c Green pepper (chopped) – 1/2 c Red pepper (chopped) – 1/2 c

Traditional Italian food is more than a kind of nourishment; it's a lifestyle in a land where family, comradeship and banquets are all solidly linked. Italian food is easy, colorful and good for you. Italian food isn't just for Italians but for everybody. From roasts to risotto, pasta to preserves, soups to sauces, Italian food is preferred all year long. Cooking For centuries Italian cooking has followed an exceedingly straightforward principle: food is best when it's cooked fresh and in season.

A sumptuous breakfast for the family on the Christmas morning! You can prepare the sausage strata and egg, on the previous night and just put them into the oven in morning when everyone is busy opening their presents and gifts.


Ingredients


Sausage meat (anything you like) – 500 g Onion (chopped) – 1 Loaf egg (or other bread) – 1 Shredded cheese (any type) – 4 cups Eggs (beaten) - 5Milk – 3 cups

Many of us love Italian food. But what if you might have that very same experience in your home? Cooking Italian food is fun and simple, and could be a great deal easier on your wallet than countless meals out. You might even discover what Italian food your date likes and pick out some suggestions from the menu previously and learn the way to say them. Before it's possible to start cooking Italian food, you're going to need to stock the cupboard. That would go a good distance towards impressing your date when it is time to order and you are reading off your selection from the menu like an Italian food connoisseur.Now, anyone can tell you for sure that Italian food isn't Italian without a good wine to go with your dinner.