Browsing: Holiday

Fruitcake appears at every Christmas, unfortunately many people dislike it. Luckily fruitcake has the potential to be delicious if transformed. Here are some tasty recipes you can make using your leftover fruitcake. Fruitcake Bread Pudding Use your leftover fruitcake as the staple ingredient in a holiday bread pudding. This is a easy dessert or Sunday morning brunch that is sure to satisfy. You can even Spice up your fruitcake with a little eggnog and bourbon for a grown-up bread pudding. 1) Break up a fruitcake into small, bite-sized chunks. 2) Add in 3 eggs, 3 cups of whole milk, and…

Share.

Champagne is the ultimate party drink for New Year’s. It’s crisp, sparkly, and bubbly. Not only does it taste amazing and look pretty, it’s a key part of any New Year’s Eve celebration! We’re ringing in 2019 with a few tips and tricks to pick the perfect New Year’s Eve champagne. Here are few tips on how to ring in 2019 by picking the perfect New Year’s Eve champagne. Champagne vs. Sparkling White Wine It’s important to differentiate between champagne and sparkling white wine. True champagne comes from the Champagne region of France. Sparkling wine is not champagne and neither…

Share.

Looking for a unique way to incorporate the Christmas themed cocktails with your holiday menu? Candy canes are one Christmas themed food that can be incorporated into a variety of different cocktails. If you are on the lookout for ways to make a candy cane cocktail, try the options below. Peppermint White Christmas Ingredients: 2 Candy Canes White Creame de Cocoa Champagne Peppermint White Christmas is an iconic winter themed drink that has become popular owing to the rising prominence of this drink on social media pages that are dedicated to cocktails and Christmas themed food. To start off this drink,…

Share.

The holidays are finally here, time to indulge in some of your favorite seasonal treats. Whether it be candy canes or gingerbread, there is a special holiday flavor that is perfect for everyone. One of the most treasured holiday treats is eggnog. There many amazing recipes that you can make with eggnog holiday ingredient. Here are some gourmet eggnog recipes around that you should try this holiday season. Old-Fashioned Eggnog Here is the recipe to make a traditional holiday eggnog. This is a great homemade eggnog you can use as a starting point for many of the other recipes found…

Share.

It’s Christmas time! Time to trim the Christmas tree, but there are numerous steps to make sure all pets remain safe during the holiday season. Pet-proof your Christmas tree and enjoy this festive time of year. Learn to Respect Boundaries When a pet approaches the Christmas tree, they should be told no in a stern voice. Pets should be trained to respect boundaries and learn that climbing, sniffing, licking or chewing on the presents or tree is wrong. When they listen, they should be given a reward such as a treat or an ear scratching. If pets won’t listen, place…

Share.

Christmas sweaters accumulate in the back of everybody’s closet, festooned with marching reindeer, tipsy Santa’s, knitted snowflakes, frolicking elves, and lopsided tree ornaments. The Ugly Christmas Sweater tradition especially caught on in the UK, but now everywhere you look there are ugly sweater Christmas parties in the US. This year create your own Ugly Christmas sweater with the helpful DIY tips below. Materials You May Need Sweater Prowl gift shops, charity shops, yard sales, and vintage boutiques for likely candidates. You may find a tacky masterpiece that needs little alteration, but if you’re committed to your own unique vision, you…

Share.

Ingredients: 1 bottle of wine of your choice (white, rose or a low-tannin red wine) 1 apple chopped 1 pear chopped 1 orange sliced 1 cup of cranberries ½ cup of Spirit Bomb (a blend of Irish whiskey, vodka, anise, cinnamon and spices) or ½ cup of Fireball or cinnamon whiskey ¾ cup spiced simple syrup Directions: Pour a bottle of wine into a pitcher. Add all of your fruit (apple, pear, orange and cranberries.) Add ½ cup of hard liquor of your choice (Spirit Bomb or a Cinnamon Whiskey.) Add ¾ cup of your spiced simple syrup. Stir the…

Share.

Do you have travel plans this holiday season? If you’re taking a long road trip or jetting off to another part of the country, you might not be able to bring your furry friend with you. Boarding your pet while you’re away will give you peace of mind during your holiday travels and your pet might even enjoy it too. Ensure that your pet’s stay is comfortable and stress-free with these helpful tips. Research the Boarding Facilities in Your Area Before you decide which boarding facility to entrust with your pet, do your research. Look at all the options in…

Share.

Holiday season is in full swing and it’s time to get dressed up for the occasion. Whether you’re spending time with family or going to a holiday bash, you’ll want to look your best and stay in trend for the season. Check out our guide to fabulous holiday dresses you’ll want to wear every year. Velvet Long-sleeve dresses can be found in many colors. The most popular for the holiday season is a dark green or crimson Christmas colors. Choose a knee-length dress with soft velour or velvet for a comfy and chic look. Turtleneck If you want to stand…

Share.

It’s time for cocoa, carols, and winter crafting! What better way to get into that festive feeling than to break out the hot glue sticks and colorful felt. Get those creative, wintry juices flowing like eggnog in your favorite Christmas mug, it’s time make some holiday wreaths! When most people think of a wreath, they visualize green fir branches in a circle, with a festive red ribbon and jingle bells. While this “traditional” kind of Christmas wreath is a lovely idea, there are so many options to consider. Below are some DIY winter wreath projects that will add holiday flair…

Share.
1 2 3
PS+  PS+  PS+  PS+