Sifted: Christmas Doughnuts, Fool Proof Dinner + More

By: Lauren Miyashiro
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  1. These Christmas wreath doughnuts by Leanne Bakes are just as pleasing on your taste buds as they are on the eyes.
  2. Sippity Sup says you can’t screw up braised short ribs. So go ahead and test that theory with his recipe for Cabernet braised short ribs with swiss chard and orecchiette.
  3. If you love nutella, we’ve got a sneaky feeling you’ll be a fan of The Chocolate Hog’s hazelnut hot chocolate.
  4. Know what you’re making for Christmas dinner, but not for supper tonight? This skillet baked ziti by Tracey’s Culinary Adventures is easy to whip together and absolutely delicious.
  5. A Couple Cooks' recipe for peppermint ice cream and hot chocolate affogato is a wintry delight perfect for the holiday season.

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  • Two holiday beverages combine to make the ultimate treat in homemade eggnog white hot chocolate.
  • There's a lot of focus on cookies and party food right now, but if pancakes and waffles are more your thing, we've got you covered for holiday brunch, too.

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