Whether you’re hosting an open house, comfortable with a baking project, or looking for easy weeknight dinners between all the holidays this month, these recipes have you covered. And to stay up to date on all of our latest easy dinners and clever recipes, be sure to become a Real Simple subscriber.
Prosciutto chips with rosemary and honey
Prosciutto already contains a lot of savory and irresistible flavors. So imagine the treat for your taste buds when you coat slices in rosemary-scented honey and crisp them in the oven. It’s a party snack that’s guaranteed to go fast.
Onion Soup Bites
Turn beloved bistro soup into a delicious two-bite party app by stuffing frozen phyllo shells with lots of buttered caramelized onions and garnishing them with a generous sprinkling of grated Gruyere cheese.
Butternut Squash Toasts
Everyone loves a fancy toast, and this festive version has a wintry filling of sweet roasted butternut squash, plus a creamy ricotta smear and a crunchy sprinkle of pistachios.
Roasted Red Pepper Dip
Turn a jar of roasted red peppers into a moist, flavorful dip that gets its creamy texture from cashews in a technique similar to Romesco.
Mini Goat Cheese Balls
These delicious cheesy bites are made for the party, thanks to a coating of dried cherries, chopped fresh parsley and hazelnut sesame seeds.
Easy dinner ideas
Instant Beef Stew with Pappardelle
With an electric pressure cooker, you get all the richness and flavor of meat sauce simmered all day in a fraction of the time. Serve this deeply flavorful stew over thick pappardelle, polenta or mashed potatoes.
Lemon Cilantro Roasted Chicken with Leeks and Squash
This meal can draw ‘oohs’ and ‘aahs’ to the table, but thankfully it’s mostly easy to prepare in one pot. It’s bursting with seasonal flavors of sweet acorn squash and melted leeks.
Spanish Marinated Pepper Fish Tacos
These quick fish tacos are seasoned with paprika and oregano and topped with a bright, sweet salsa made with pot roasted red peppers and charred green onions.
Open Chicken Curry Naan
You can whip up satisfying curry flatbread sandwiches in an impressive 25 minutes without sacrificing flavor, thanks to red curry paste and creamy Greek yogurt tossed in the ground chicken filling and layered on top.
Charred Broccolini with Tahini Caesar and Crispy Chickpeas
It’s a lighter winter dinner that’s always comforting. Crispy broccolini and chickpeas are tossed in a thick umami Caesar dressing made with Parmesan cheese, tahini and Dijon mustard.
Pierogies on a plate with roasted Brussels sprouts, shallots and mustard vinaigrette
It’s hard to beat a griddle dinner, and this one is far from ordinary, thanks to frozen cheesy pierogies, crispy Brussels sprouts and a savory mustard-dill vinaigrette drizzled over everything.
Lamb Chops with Mixed Olive Relish and Roasted Carrots
Get some French lamb chops for this easy (but fancy) weeknight dinner with lightly charred carrots and a savory olive and caper garnish.
Potato Parsnip Latkes
Add a sweet twist to a classic holiday meal by including apples and parsnips in shredded potato pancakes. Then, top stacks of golden latkes with sour cream and honey.
Treats to offer
Peppermint Checkerboard Cookies
These adorable shortbread treats are as beautiful as they are tasty and provide a seasonal spark with a few drops of peppermint extract.
Herb and cheese crackers
Making your own Herb Butter Crackers is a guaranteed recipe for a memorable (not to mention delicious) holiday gift.
Gingerbread pretzel popcorn
If you love gingerbread cookies, you’ll want to make a really big batch of this caramel-coated, lightly spiced popcorn that gets a tasty twist of chopped pretzels.
Give these four-ingredient Brazilian fudge balls a layer of shimmering sprinkles and they’re almost–almost– too pretty to eat.
Salted Coffee Caramel Bars
Layers of buttery crackers, gooey caramel, and beautifully swirled chocolate and butterscotch chips make these lively bars instant holiday winners.
Mini chocolate and olive oil cakes
Break out your cutest miniature cake or loaf pans for those dense and moist one-bowl cakes that happen to be vegan.
Give a fruity twist to these traditional Jewish pastries by adding apple butter to the filling. Then top each swirled cookie with crunchy popping sugar to complete the party-ready look.
Spiced Chocolate Orange Tear-Off Loaf
This fluffy, airy bread is a perfect treat for holiday brunch, but don’t expect any leftovers. Once guests smell the warming spices and surprise chocolate filling, it will go fast.
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