Celebrating Winter! Festive Recipes for Wintertime Parties
Is the weather outside frightful ... or delightful? It doesn't matter! All the guests at your party will care about is the awesome array of wintry wonders you've whipped up. (And there's no need for them to know how simple they are!)
No snow? No problem. Whether you live in a Sun Belt state or a wintry climate, party guests can easily build their own mini versions of Frosty.
Polar Bear Cubcakes
We just couldn’t bear to keep this cool polar family a secret any longer. Here’s how to make your own irresistible trio, starting with Mama Bear, for your winter bash.
What winter party would be complete without a flurry of beautiful snowflakes decorated with edible glitter? And remember, no two snowflakes are alike!
Appliqued Sweater Sugar Cookies
You may not have time to knit a real sweater, Mama, but you can easily whip up one of these cute-as-a-button cardigans for your guests!
Frosty the Cheeseball
This cheery fellow won’t have a chance to melt—he’ll be gobbled up too quickly! And as is true of any snowman, dressing him is half the fun.
Eat Your Heart Out Gelatin Dessert
Throwing a party in February, the month of love? This lovely dessert is easily assembled by chilling layers of gelatin and condensed milk. Even sweeter for your guests, it’s low-fat.
Hot Chocolate Mug Cakes
Bake your favorite chocolate cake batter in individual mugs for a warming winter dessert sure to please.
Sweet Tortilla Snowflakes
Whatever the weather where you live, you can set your party guests to snowflake snipping and make our one-of-a-kind wintry snacks. They’re almost too pretty to eat—but too delicious not to!
Snowmen Sugar Cookies
The secret to these sweet snowman cookies is in their scarves—they’re cut out of fruit leather. A tray of these will add winter flair to your party table.
Instead of mere visions of sugarplums, you can make the real thing for your guests with this easy recipe.
Wrap 'n Stack Sandwich Tree
Made from mini sandwiches and trimmed with colorful vegetables, this edible tree can serve as a healthy alternative to the usual array of party sweets.
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