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Fun recipes to make during the holidays

Fun Recipes for the Holiday | Photo by Jessica Fugett | The Wright State Guardian

Fun Recipes for the Holiday | Photo by Jessica Fugett | The Wright State Guardian

As Thanksgiving comes to an end and the winter holiday begins, besides decorating and getting gifts, deciding on what delicacies you and your family will be feasting on is your new, fun task.

With all the great recipes online as well as Thanksgiving leftovers to get rid of and/or practice with, it’s time to get cooking.

Thanksgiving Leftovers Breakfast Bake

If you’ve got leftovers from Thanksgiving, this recipe is for you.

Provided by Tasty, this yummy recipe is a great way to enjoy Thanksgiving all over again and doubles as a delectable Christmas appetizer or entrée.

Simply whisk a bunch of eggs, add the leftover shredded turkey, carrots, cheese, green onions and stir together with salt and pepper. Use stuffing as a base, pour the mixture on top and throw it in the oven.

Once done, enjoy a hardy mini Thanksgiving.

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Christmas Tree Cheese Ball

There’s no denying that cheese balls are a classic staple during the holidays.

The Food Network offers a terrific twist on the cheese ball and Christmas. With the preferred ingredients of your traditional cheese ball, there are only a few changes to make: shape the cheese ball into a triangle or tree and add green herbs of choice and a few pomegranate seeds for decoration.

Voila, an edible Christmas tree!

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White Chocolate Truffles

Without a doubt, chocolate is a fan favorite.

White chocolate, on the other hand, is a delicacy. Straight from Country Living is an easy, five-ingredient, White Chocolate Truffle. Using heavy cream, white chocolate chips, cream cheese, crushed cookies of choice and sprinkles for decoration, guests will fall in love with this addictive dessert.

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Pumpkin Pie Dip

Pumpkin pie is a big part of the holidays and one thing is for sure: you either love it or you hate it.

With the help of Delish, the dessert has been upgraded to a scrumptious dip. The best part? It only takes 10 minutes to make. All it takes is heavy cream, vanilla pudding mix, canned pumpkin, pumpkin pie spice, and ginger snap cookies and you’ve got a satisfyingly creamy dessert for the whole family to enjoy!

Gingerbread cookies or graham crackers would also be a great cookie to dip with.

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Shaddia Qasem

Former Wright Life Editor