Get ready to celebrate the holiday this season with easy to prepare finger food and drink recipes and make your parties the talk of the town!The holidays are a much-loved time of year for many people. This joyful season is filled with parties and events that bring the spirit of the season out in everybody. As a part of these celebrations there are some delightful drinks and appetizers you can serve that fit the holiday theme perfectly.From jovial punches, cocktails, and appetizer menus right on through to after-dinner coffees and dessert drinks, holiday drink recipes rank up there with must-serve foods and drinks.Inside find all the recipes your need for the perfect holiday cocktail party with appetizing finger food recipes and holiday drinks not only for grown-ups but kids also! There are recipes for even the pickiest eaters and flavors that will surprise and delight your guests. There are recipes for more casual parties and for more elegant or classic gatherings. The choice is yours!The recipes are easy to prepare and will become favorites of your friends and family with recipes such as:•Slushy Punch•Apple Pie Smoothie•Chocolate Kiss Martini•Sparkling Spanish Punch•Ginger Rum Shandy•Pizza Sticks•Fig and Goat Cheese Bruschetta•Bacon Crisp•Artichoke Stuffed Mushrooms•Cranberry Meatballs•Barbecued Chicken Rollups•Mini Chicken Pie Cups•Hot Beef Dip•And more!Let get started! Scroll back up and grab your copy today!
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Louise Davidson is an avid cook who likes simple flavors and easy-to-make meals. She lives in Tennessee with her husband, her three grown children, her two dogs, and the family’s cat Whiskers. She loves the outdoor and has mastered the art of camp cooking on open fires and barbecue grills. In colder months, she loves to whip up some slow cooker meals, and uses her favorite cooking tools in her kitchen, the cast iron pans, and Dutch oven. She also is very busy preparing Christmas treats for her extended family and friends. She gets busy baking for the holiday season sometimes as early as October. Her recipes are cherished by everyone who has tasted her foods and holiday treats.Louise is a part-time writer of cookbooks, sharing her love of food, her experience, and her family’s secret recipes with her readers. She also loves to learn and share tips and tricks to make life.