My Girls Cooking on WBRZ-TV Noon Show Favorite Christmas Recipes
Love every December featuring my favorite Christmas recipes. I have taken my girls on television with me for as long as I can remember. This Christmas holiday both girls were in town and I was doing TV. So, I said, come on you are going on TV with me to cook some of our favorite Christmas recipes. With no preparation but cooking second nature to them, they were wonderful and nothing is more special than sharing my cooking segment with Courtney and Haley. After all, they call me all the time with cooking questions, so I had to call in my favor with them.
Courtney’s Family’s Favorite Christmas Recipes Are Healthy Easy Recipes
Both my daughters cook and use my easy trim & terrific recipes. I thought it would be fun to share some of their favorite recipes. She is my daughter that loves rice so she is always making my Chicken and Sausage Gumbo. I usually make it for Christmas Eve but you will find us all having the leftovers for breakfast Christmas morning. I think she uses this Spinach Artichoke Dip not only when she has friends over but also for lunch. My Best Banana Bread recipe has always been a favorite. She usually adds chocolate chips to the recipe and this is her quick breakfast.
Haley Has Her Favorite Christmas Recipes
Haley has quite the cooking reputation and is known from high school to now for the Ooey Gooey Squares. Any time she is in town, her top request is BBQ shrimp. Holiday season or not, she usually whips up my Salmon with Spinach Feta Stuffing for an impressive easy meal. Anyway, they are both the best daughters and good cooks!
More Favorite Christmas Recipes
I have my favorite Christmas recipes also so here’s some fun recipes to get you in the holiday spirit.
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