It’s not too late to plan a Christmas lunch or dinner.
Suddenly finding yourself hosting a Christmas party and you haven’t planned anything yet? It’s never too late. Here are some tips and tricks to a smooth and impressive party for family and friends.
Before you panic about the main course, make sure that everything else is done. Decide on who to invite and send them a quick invitation, preferably through email or social media. Done with that, force yourself to sit down and research easy Christmas DIY decorations that will compliment the Christmas mood you’re going for. And only then you can finally freak out about the menu. But of course, we’re just kidding!
Here’s several last-minute Christmas menu ideas that can save your party!
The Casual Start
Pick up an easy candy-cane-coloured cocktail or other beverages. Pair it up with an easy snack such as spiced nuts and you’re good to greet your guests!
Cocktail recipe here
Candied Nuts with Smoked Almonds recipe here
A Simple Soup Recipe
You can never go wrong with soup. Get a pack of cubed butternut squash and you’re halfway done. Pair it with sautéed onions, squash, broth, simmer and puree and your appetizer is complete.
Butternut Squash and Sage soup recipe here
What’s a menu without the main course? Differ your parent’s attention of your minimal effort with a great holiday ham! Complete the dish with roasted potatoes or other side dishes
Holiday Ham recipe here
Potato Gratin with Goat Cheese recipe here
The Grand Finale
There is no greater way to end your evening but with a good sweet dessert. Crumble Candy cane on top of your homemade chocolate and you’re done! You can even crush it over a plain vanilla ice cream and you got another dessert.
Dark Chocolate Peppermint Bark recipe here [