Max out your merriment this holiday season with Cooking Channel. Whether you're planning a cocktail party, hosting Christmas dinner or baking dozens of desserts and giftable treats, we've got the recipes, party tips, how-tos and decorating ideas to help you spread the cheer (and cheers).
Bite-sized confections (like chocolate-covered cream puffs), frosted layer cakes, bowls of warm bread pudding and toasty baked goods: Embrace the sugar rush.
Join seven of your favorite Cooking Channel chefs in the kitchen while they prepare their favorite family holiday dishes.
Become the star of the party circuit by serving crostini, stuffed mushrooms, wontons and more tasty appetizer recipes.
Plan Christmas Day (and night) with our recipes for a multicourse feast, indulgent brunch and everything in between.
Trust us: They don't want another ugly sweater or tie. Instead, give hand-wrapped, handmade edible gifts from the kitchen.
Get decorating ideas and recipes for a woodsy, wintry cookie swap, plus tips on how much to bake and more.
Enjoy overnight French toast, eggy casseroles, stacks of flapjacks and sleep on Christmas morning with our tips.
Fill your glasses with mulled cider, hot chocolate, sparkling drinks and this butterscotch-bourbon cocktail.
Rock the cookie swap with our new cookie recipes – fresh from the oven – and get our best baking and decorating tips.
Chuck mixes tradition and flair when he hosts his very first Christmas dinner – including his mom's special carrot cake.
Throw this glamorous holiday party (featuring jewel-toned and glitzy gold accents) with just five essential "ingredients."
Nadia crafts a clever Christmas menu to celebrate her crew's many cultures, including French, Italian and Chinese.
This triple-decker peanut butter pretzel fudge will be the best thing you'll eat all holiday season long.
Learn the basics of baking or fine-tune your techniques, like frosting a cake or making ganache.
Celebrate the Festival of Lights with crispy latkes, homemade apple sauce and a brisket even your grandma would love.
Poised on a pretty pedestal, a cake layered with rich, creamy frosting will steal the spotlight at your holiday dessert buffet.
We show you how to handle the food and drink prep, decorate, ready the house for guests and look good doing it.
Sure, you can sip the rich seasonal drink — or you can try a dessert (ice cream!) spiked with its creamy, spiced flavors.
Celebrate Kwanzaa by preparing traditional sub-Saharan African and hearty soul food recipes.
Tasty bites, desserts on a stick and, of course, plenty of bubbly: It's a New Year's Eve you'll never (or maybe definitely) forget.