Top Christmas Picks and A Question for You

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Wow- this blog sure is a happening place at Christmas! It’s almost as busy as my house. I thought I should be sure to share all the great spaces that many of you love around here before time runs away from us. If you want Christmas printables, prayers or poems, I’ve got you covered! So here are the top Christmas picks and a question for you at the end.

Christmas Gift Tags with Bible Verses

Chalkboard prints are all the rage, so don’t miss these FREE Bible verse gift tags designed to remind us of the reason for the gifts. Check out the full .PDF HERE, but here’s a sneak preview of one:

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 A Prayer for Christmas Day

This Christmas prayer has been very popular on Pinterest and I’d love for you to share it.

The Wordless Book and Christmas Ornaments

So what do the Wordless book and Christmas ornaments have in common?

Just in case you’re unfamiliar with a Wordless book, the book is simply pages of colors and you can share the Gospel story as you turn the colored pages. This post helps you use Christmas tree ornaments to share the gospel in wordless book format.

Different Christmas Gift Tags with Bible Verses

This set includes the verses of Isaiah 9:6 and Matthew 2:10.  You can find these HERE.

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Twas the Plight before Christmas

A poem rewrite to make you think.

Original Christmas Quotes

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12 Days of Christmas for the Hurting

My Christmas Ebook!! 12 devotionals to bring you closer to Christmas when your heart is hurting. For the complete description,

head over here.

Don’t miss the posts from earlier this week! I wrote You Want the Perfect Christmas for church last Sunday and Tuesday I shared 6 Favorite Christmas Children’s Books. 

And now my question for you. I haven’t had much time to scope for holiday recipes. I gathered a few and made a Pinterest board for them yesterday, but they were all desserts! I have to feed my family more than desserts. (I know, bummer, huh?) So my question is:

Do you have any holiday recipes that you can share? I’d love to read them in the comments today!

Thank you! See you tomorrow with another fabulous Christmas book giveaway!

Rachel

 

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10 Comments

  1. Our Christmas morning was the bodywork quiche…cheese and mushroom ham and onion. Homemade rolls too
    Dinner was standing rib with corn pudding and mashed potatoes(add in butter and borsin cheese )

    1. Auto correct changed bisquick to bodywork LOL

  2. Our Christmas morning tradition includes a ham and wild rice quiche. I get up first…don’t all mom’s☺️☺️And get it started in the oven.
    As a child I remembermber my mom and grandmother getting up and making fresh fried puchkies ( sp?) nothing better after gifts were opened

  3. A roasted turkey or beef roast, with a root vegetable mash, 8 oz of parsnips, 8 oz rutabaga, 8 oz carrot, all chopped in cubes, and two pounds of potatoes. Simmer, till tender and mash like regular mashed potatoes with salt, pepper, milk and butter, Serve with gravy from the roast. It does not sound like much, but anyone who has tasted them will eat the root mash even plain and comment how much they like it.

    Roasted cauliflower with bread crumbs, kalamata olives, capers, sweet red onion chopped, salt and pepper to taste. Par boil the cauliflower florets, drain and cool. Saute the onions till soft and briefly saute the olives and the capers. Arrange the cauliflower in the bottom of a 9×13 pan that has been oiled with olive oil. Spoon over the vegetable mixture, and sprinkle with the bread crumbs. In a 375 degree oven, cook until the bread crumbs are crunchy, and the cauliflower can be pierced with a knife, about 15 minutes. Salt and pepper if needed, the other ingredients are very flavorful.

    Roasted brussels sprouts with bacon and red pepper. Clean and slice the brussels sprouts in half. Arrange in a large baking sheet that has been oiled. Slightly fry bacon that has been sliced,just until limp, and drain. Thinly slice a large red pepper, and then slice the slices of pepper in 1/2 inch pieces. Spoon over the brussels sprouts. Roast in a 400 until the vegetables are browned and tender.

    We really like either vegetable equally as well.

  4. Laura Hamm says:

    Party Chicken

    Boneless chicken breasts wrapped in dried beef and a strip of bacon
    Top with equal amounts of Cream of mushroom soup (or cream of chicken) and sour cream.
    Bake at 250 for 4 hours or 275 for 3 hours.

    1. Laura Hamm says:

      Cover it with foil while baking

  5. Sweet potato casserole is a favorite at our house! Goes great with a nice Smithfield spiral sliced ham.

    1. I LOVE sweet potato casserole too! I wish the rest of my family members liked it. I practically have to eat the whole thing myself. A very bad thing. 😉

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