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
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Whether you choose a light vegetable dip or a creamy favorite like spinach dip, these easy dip recipes will dazzle at holiday parties, game-day tailgates, or casual potlucks. Bonus: Each of these flavorful vegetable dip recipes travels beautifully and whips up in under 30 minutes.
This Greek-style dip recipe is brimming with the salty-sweet flavors of feta and dates. Ready in just 20 minutes, it's the perfect last-minute party recipe.
This classic salsa recipe gets its punchy flavor from juicy tomatillos, cilantro, red onion, and more. Pile the jalapeno-studded vegetable dip onto tortilla chips for an easy party appetizer.
Give classic, creamy guacamole a fresh twist by adding bright pineapple flavor. This is a perfect sweet-and-salty dip that will have guests coming back for seconds (and thirds).
This vegetable dip is loaded with vitamin-rich collard greens, savory bacon, and gooey melted cheese. We're not sure which part of this 25-minute-prep dip we like best! To perk up the flavor, try a dash of Cajun seasoning.
Love spinach dip? Then you'll flip for our spinach and feta casserole. The easy-prep dip recipe doubles as a light weeknight meal.
Want a low-calorie snack? Dunk your pita chips into this tangy blend of vegetable-studded yogurt and feta cheese. Roasted peppers and olives mingle with freshly snipped herbs for a yummy dip that's only 33 calories per serving.
Succulent crab and perfectly roasted vegetables give this make-ahead party dip an extra-special touch. If you or your guests don't like seafood, shredded cooked chicken makes a nice substitute.
With the heart-healthy duo of avocado and edamame, this guilt-free dip recipe deserves a place at the table. Serve this guacamole-style dip with baked tortilla chips or pita bread.
We loaded this must-have queso dip with three types of beans, two kinds of squash, classic Mexican spices, and -- of course -- plenty of melty cheese! It's a vegetable recipe that even the kids will eat.
This anything-but-ordinary vegetable dip will impress family and friends with its restaurant-quality flavor. Loaded with green olives, dried tomatoes, oregano, and lemon, this bold bean dip is a perfect match for hearty crackers.
Chock-full of fennel, this thick and chunky hot vegetable dip is reminiscent of hot artichoke dip, but has a pleasingly mild anise flavor.
Fresh apricots or nectarines add a surprising twist to this sweet, savory, and creamy dip. Try it with toasted bread or even over roasted zucchini or summer squash.
Loaded with flavorful and nutritious beets, beans, lemon, and garlic, this colorful hummus dip is a surprising addition to any party. Serve it with endive, baby carrots, cucumber slices, or pita chips.
Hummus and cream cheese are topped with fresh veggies and more cheese to make this vegetable dip a fun twist on the classic layered dip. Bonus: You can prepare this yummy vegetable appetizer a day ahead of time.
Filled with cream cheese and Asiago, then baked in the oven, this warm dip recipe is the ultimate appetizer. A medley of vegetables, like tangy artichokes and sweet roasted peppers, combines for a bold but low-calorie dip.
For a vegetable dip that dazzles, try this savory blend of eggplant, garlic, red sweet peppers, and fresh herbs. It pairs nicely with flatbread or pita bread and dry white wine.
Lime-and-jalapeno-spiced guacamole adds kick to the layers of refried beans, cheese, tomatoes, and onions. Enjoy this vegetable dip with tortilla chips.
This herbed bean spread is great served warm or at room temperature with vegetables or pita chips. Garnish with additional fresh herbs or freshly ground black pepper for an extra-special touch.
With its fresh blend of cilantro, chiles, salsa, and lime peel, this simple dip inspires guests to eat more vegetables -- without even noticing!