What could be better than chestnuts roasting on an open fire? How about Rosemary Holiday Ham, Vegan Cheese and Jalapeño Tamales, or Keto Peppermint Bark! With the season in full swing, it’s time to rediscover the decadent and diverse flavors of the holidays. This year brings new meaning to the phrase “home for the holidays,” so why not rethink your festive menu with new recipes and updated takes on tried-and-true tastes. Indulge with aromatic ingredients like apple cider and orange, add inspiration to your roast beast with a Whole30 Approved Prime Rib, or share the love with a series of gift-ready goodies that add a personal touch to a present. Grab a cup of something cozy (like this Mexican Collagen Hot Chocolate) and get in the spirit to celebrate with our round up of merry and bright holiday recipes!
Perfect for posting up on the couch to enjoy a claymation classic or for toasting to tidings of comfort and joy, these seasonal sips are a must-make for aspiring baristas and mixologists. Which of these holiday drink recipes will you be rockin’ around the Christmas tree with?
Cinnamon, caramel, whipped cream, collagen coffee... this drink is so inviting, you’ll want to RSVP. This indulgent keto holiday recipe made with seasonal Snickerdoodle Collagen Fuel® will carry you through your fourth straight hour of gift wrapping.
Ditch traditional holiday punch recipes and upgrade by adding a little spice and hair, skin, and nail support to any sip with these irresistibly scented bags. Bursting with a woodsy, earthy, spicy, citrusy, and honeyed berry scent, attach one of these satchels to a present or stuff in a stocking!
Warm, spicy, and rich, this mulled wine recipe will make video calls with the in-laws fly by faster than you can say “thanks for the fruitcake.”
You can’t celebrate the season without candy canes. Made with Collagen Fuel®, this swirly, creamy sipper is a lower-carb swap in for super sweet holiday drinks.
Up your party platter game with these Primal holiday appetizer recipes like Bacon-Wrapped Water Chestnuts and Baked Goat Cheese Marinara Dip. Find your perfect mid-party nosh or nibble for while the kids unwrap gifts.
If the menu for your festive feast has been in the family for years, this is the perfect year to experiment with updating your classic recipes.
The bird is the word for most big holiday meals, but prepping a turkey can be daunting. This easy, juicy turkey recipe uses our Oil and Vinegar Dressing, and can be made and enjoyed by kitchen novices and old pros alike.
A slow-cooked stew is often the centerpiece of the Kwanzaa table meal. This Instant Pot Sweet Potato Peanut Stew is hearty and flavorful.
When it comes to Christmas dinner recipes, the holiday ham is a classic. Update your grandma’s go-to with rosemary ham that’s savory and salty and made with Primal Kitchen Spicy Brown Mustard.
Golden BBQ Sauce is the star of this classic “meat-and-potatoes” meal that’s a sweet and savory crowd pleaser at the holidays or any special occasion in the books.
Dora at Dora’s Table used Primal Kitchen Avocado Oil instead of lard to make an updated vegan version of this classic Mexican recipe. A staple of social events harking back to the beginning of the XVI century, Dora’s recipe captures the special history and flavors of the tamale!
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Let’s be honest: Holiday dessert recipes are the best part of the season. These sweet treats are merry to make and delicious to eat!
Mint Chip Protein Bars are the unexpected ingredient in this creamy, dreamy dessert recipe. Pile a scoop on top of your after dinner coffee or a slice of pie!
Jessica and Stacie, the dynamic duo behind the Real Food Dietitians, created this crave-able Chocolate and Peanut Butter Protein Cookie recipe using Primal Kitchen Peanut Butter Collagen Fuel. Nutty and rich, these cookies are delicious for dunking in hot cocoa.
IImage courtesy of The Real Food Dietitians
Spiked with creamy Vanilla Coconut Collagen Fuel, this refreshing treat doubles as a delicious stocking stuffer or after dinner sweet.
Holiday cookie recipes are abundant during December and January, and snickerdoodles are no exception. The secret ingredient in our batch? Hair, skin, and nail support from collagen peptides.
Even the most hardcore keto devotees can’t resist a nibble or two on these sweet and nutty bites made with Primal Kitchen Collagen Fuel.
Sam at ButtermilkbySam.com created a lush, moist olive oil bundt cake with Primal Kitchen Extra Virgin Olive Oil that is as beautiful as it is delicious! Orange and apple come together for a deliciously spiced, aromatic dessert.
Image courtesy of Buttermilk by Sam.
Goodies to Gift
‘Tis the season to give! Dropping off DIY or a homemade baked good at a pal’s home can be a personal way to stay close even when we’re far apart.
In just 15 minutes, this decadent, dense fudge made with Chocolate Coconut Collagen Fuel is set to cool in the fridge, leaving you more time to shake the presents under the tree.
DIY Gift Ideas with Avocado Oil, Olive Oil, and Collagen Fuel
Homemade gifts are always the most meaningful, so bring your buddies handcrafted olive oil candles, avocado rose lip balm, and a pecan sandie cookie mix in a jar!
These trendy gummies are a bright pop of color, bursting with Collagen Quench fruity flavors, and matcha-flavored collagen.
Finding keto desserts for the holidays is simple with Collagen Fuel: Keto friendly and full of familiar, chocolatey flavor, these truffles get a collagen kick. Top with nuts for a woodsy, bitter taste that feels extra luxe.