It's simple: These very merry Christmas cookie recipes are favorites that you'll want to save, hand down, and make again and again. We've got all the classics, including sugar cookie recipes, Christmas spritz cookies, and spiced gingerbread recipes. Try one of our cookie recipes to share this Christmas!View Slideshow
One of the most time-consuming parts of any holiday meal: making the dinner rolls. With the time it takes to prepare the dough, wait for it to rise, and bake, traditional dinner roll recipes can be an all-day affair! Making dinner rolls doesn't have to take all day, though. Whether you make them from scratch or start with a little extra help, you can make delicious dinner rolls in just one hour. So, make preparing your holiday dinner a little easier with these eight quick dinner roll recipes that are all ready in 60 minutes or less!View Slideshow
Add a frosty flare to your mason jars with this holiday craft that you can make for anyone on your gift list.View Video
When throwing a party, mixed drinks are a must. Choose your party drink recipes with your guest list in mind, perhaps including both alcoholic and nonalcoholic drinks. Choose a sweet fruit punch or spicy beer cocktails; These fun drink recipes serve at least six, so there will be plenty to go around!
Mix up a wintry sangria featuring dried fruit, brandy, and red wine. Honey and cinnamon lighten up the deep, rich flavors of this sparkling party drink recipe.
Refreshing iced tea meets fruit punch in this fun nonalcoholic drink. Simply mix orange juice, lemon juice, club soda, and brewed tea for a fruity party punch with a caffeine kick.
Flavored with cinnamon and ground chili powder, this rich, creamy drink packs a spicy kick—and since it's non-alcoholic, party guests of all ages can enjoy it! (But if you'd like to spike it, a little coffee liqueur never hurt.)
There's a secret to achieving flawless drink layers -- and that secret is a regular old spoon. Watch to learn the technique!
While cinnamon, nutmeg, and cloves add spice, orange slices lend sweet undertones to this coffee-flavored party drink recipe. Make it with orange liqueur for a flavorful alcoholic version, or skip it in favor of party mocktails.
For your next girls' night, enjoy delicious cosmos. Our carbonated punch recipe is packed with mixed fruit and looks lovely when served in delicate martini glasses.
Our version of the beloved fruity, blended drink includes frozen peaches, strawberries, and mangoes. To ensure everyone can partake in this drink recipe, make one batch using rum and another nonalcoholic batch using orange juice.
If you prefer beer over liquor, these complex-tasting cocktails are for you. Fruit juice is a tart complement to the silkiness of wheat beer. Our recipe makes 14 servings, so you'll have plenty to share.
With smoky bourbon and a homemade blackberry syrup, there's no resisting this fruity drink recipe.
Your favorite minty cocktail just got fruitier. Flavored with raspberry juice concentrate and sporting a lovely raspberry and mint garnish, this pretty punch is a great way to serve mojitos to a crowd.
Looking for a delicious nonalcoholic drink for a crowd? Our peachy sparkling punch is just the ticket. To add a bubbly effect to the blended peaches, use ginger ale, club soda, or substitute sparkling wine to make it an alcoholic drink.
Using grenadine and orange juice for a pretty ombre effect, make gorgeous, sunrise-inspired mixed drinks for your next party. Several juices combine in these fruity cocktails, which can be made with or without alcohol.
Be prepared to share this recipe with the coffee-lovers at your party. Hot coffee steeped with orange peel forms the base for a chocolatey mocha with a bright, citrusy twist. Top it with whipped cream to make your occasion extra special.
Orange liqueur and pomegranate juice join forces in another of our favorite cold-weather party drink recipes. Simple syrup infused with fresh rosemary and ginger provides the perfect amount of flavor for this party punch.
Blended mango, orange juice, and lime juice provide the foundation for these fun, tropical party drinks. Serve these nonalcoholic mixed drinks with orange slices, clementine or mandarin orange segments, or miniature limes.
Think mulled cider, but more festive. We let a slow cooker work its magic on bright, tart cranberry juice, a sweet grape juice blend, and a variety of pungent spices. The result? A warm, fruity punch that keeps guests returning for more.
For the ultimate coffee lovers, we recommend cocktails consisting of strong brewed coffee, vodka, and Jagermeister. Sweetened with root beer, this is one party drink that everyone will be talking about.
Our sweet tea and rum recipe is the perfect springtime sipper. Make it a bubbly cocktail with club soda, and add skewered watermelon and mint for a fresh finishing touch.
This isn't your typical lemonade recipe, but it's just as easy to make. All you need is lemon juice, melon, and simple syrup to create a cool blended drink. Garnish with mint leaves to give your mocktail a burst of fresh flavor and color.
Cool down with just a sip of this bubbly punch. Made with pureed watermelon and grape juice, this nonalcoholic beverage also boasts refreshing hints of lime and mint.
Our sparkling strawberry sangria recipe is a fun and refreshing cocktail fit for any special occasion, but we especially love it on hot summer days.
Clinch your Ultimate Party Hostess title by serving this unforgettable mulled cider at your winter get-together. Butter (yes, butter!) gives this spiced cranberry-apple drink its rich, velvety taste, and a cinnamon stick stirrer contributes a little extra spice.
Whether it's Cinco de Mayo or you just love tequila, here's a classic margarita recipe you can share with guests. Our secret for authentic flavor? Always use freshly squeezed limes for this Mexican-inspired cocktail.
Say hello to your new favorite mixed drink. Blackberries and plums star in this fruity sangria. Our recipe makes a big batch, so you'll be prepared for thirsty party guests.
When the weather cools down, turn to a warm party drink. Featuring low-calorie cranberry juice and warm spices, our hot toddy recipe is a festive cocktail you can make in a saucepan. Serve in mugs with cinnamon sticks to impress guests.