Best Holiday 2020 Recipes from #DigiBlogChat

Best Holiday 2020 Recipes from #DigiBlogChat

Best Holiday 2020 Recipes from #DigiBlogChat

For the holidays this year, we shared ideas and recipes for #DigiBlogChat. Randy Clark came up with the questions, and our chat friends came up with the answers. Here are some of them.

Q1. What healthy snacks do you enjoy, or would you rather overdo it? What are your favorite “Guilty pleasure” snacks? Or healthy ones? 

@KBerryMS A1. Humus, granola bars, guacamole, and chips+ salsa for the healthier side. I tend to stay on the healthier side as the naughty snacks are good in the moment but don’t always leave you feeling great.

Q2. Baby, it’s cold outside, so what non-alcoholic hot beverages do you recommend?

Q3. We’re all so busy this time of year, so what are some quick no-cook snacks? 

Q4. Besides gingerbread houses, what are your tastiest baked treats?

From Maricar Jagger: Grandma Gribble’s French Truffles.
Note: The truffles are made to use up the egg yolks when the whites are used for making Royal Icing for the Christmas cake.
200g plain chocolate (70-80% cocoa)
75 g icing sugar
100g butter
4 egg yolks
4 tablespoons brandy
Cream the butter and icing sugar. Add yolks, melted chocolate and brandy, and beat thoroughly. Allow to set in the fridge and then roll into balls (makes 20 of about 1 inch balls) and roll in drinking chocolate. It’s a messy job, but pleasurable! Refrigerate the truffles until ready to eat.

Loni of @JorgensonLocker shared this terrific recipe for”Christmas Crack!”

Jackie Yun shared this wonderful recipe:



















Q5. Let’s get to the meat of it. Share treats made of meats!

Q6. Share one of your grandmother’s snack recipes, please!

Q7. Not to get too “cheesy,” but let’s talk cheese.

Q8. It had to be asked, what store-bought treats do you serve?

Q9. What snacks have you concocted during the COVID?

Here are two creations from Randy Clark.

1. Tortilla Pizza. 8” Soft flour tortilla, 1 tsp olive, coat both sides, pinch of garlic powder, oregano, salt, and pepper, 1/3 cup shredded cheese. Top with what you like. Bake at 400 3-5 minutes.
2. No measure healthy oatmeal cookies. Mix about 1 cup of oats, 1 egg, splash of milk, stir to paste. Add whatever you like and have – nuts, raisins, coconut, berries, spices. Tablespoon onto baking sheet. (I use parchment.) Cook 400F for 10 minutes.

Q10. Last but not least, you knew it was coming, holiday adult beverages. Is it 5:00 yet?

Thank you all for participating and Happy New Year to everyone!

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