Second Grade Holiday Cookbook - December, 2016
Memere's Chocolate Chip Cookies
Holiday Sugar Cookies
mac n cheese
Chocolate Chip Cheesecake Dip
Mom's Favorite shrimp and spinach Quiche
Pistachio Bundt Cake
Chocolate Chip Cheesecake Bars
Lucas' Favorite Mac and CHeese with Bacon
Dad's Favorite Dish
The Kim's Monkey Bread
Best Holiday Sausage Balls Ever
Spiced Pumpkin Bread
Titi's Creamy Homestyle Mashed Potatoes
Hannah's favorite chocolate sheet cake
Crimaldi's No Bake Chocolate Oatmeal Cookies
Caramel Apple Cheesecake Bars
Holiday Olive Feta Twisto
Christmas Crunch Popcorn
Dreidel Surprise Cookies
Memere's Chocolate Chip CookiesMemere (French for grandmother) is famous for her chocolate chip cookies. Every time she visits, the kids expect they will have this favorite treat. Submitted by: Nicole for Bradley.
Holiday Sugar CookiesMy sister and I made this with a family friend last year for Christmas. Baking cookies together was an unforgettable experience that I want to share with my classmates. The recipe was provided by our family friend. Submitted by: "Anna B"
mac n cheeserecipe came from our 1st thanksgiving in florida, compliments of paula deen Submitted by: "zach s"
Chocolate Chip Cheesecake DipWe made this recipe to bring as a dessert to a family get together. Once it had been tasted, it was completely finished before the meal was even served. This is now Isabella's favorite treat to make. She loves to serve it with heart shaped strawberries or graham cracker sticks. Submitted by: "Isabella Fay"
Mom's Favorite shrimp and spinach QuicheThis recipe is a Mediterranean dish,very well done with healthy ingredients. In Tunisia grandmother used to cooked it a lot and to served it to the guests with a special drink as part of the welcoming tradition. To us this dish means a lot first because it reminds me Gramy, second I like the fact that sharing a home made food with guests makes everyone happy. Submitted by: "NadaaBM"
Rolo TreatsGrandma Peggy taught us how to make these using pecans. We chose to switch these up a bit for our liking. They are requested at every holiday party we attend. Submitted by: "Lily E."
Pistachio Bundt CakeThis was one of my grandmother's favorite cake recipes and we make it every year to share in her memory. Submitted by: "Lauren M."
LatkesMy mom and dad grew up eating Lakes for Hannukah. It is a family tradition that we have every year. Submitted by: "Noah M"
Chocolate Chip Cheesecake BarsLeena has quite the sweet tooth. She enjoys baking with her aunt and this is one of her favorite recipes. Submitted by: "Leena Abuoqab"
Lucas' Favorite Mac and CHeese with BaconThis is the only dish that Lucas will eat for Dinner. He always get to put the cheese in himself. We always put in extra Bacon (because Bacon is life) and Cheese (One glorious, beautiful pound of freshly grated cheese)!! Lucas, We love you more than Bacon and We Looooooooove Bacon!!! Submitted by: "Lucas Bongioanni"
The Kim's Monkey BreadIt is my family favorite sweet treat. It's simple and can be made in smaller batches for a quick treat. Submitted by: "Julia Kim"
Best Holiday Sausage Balls EverThese are a family tradition around the holidays... they are great on Thanksgiving morning for breakfast or for an appetizer at a holiday party. They are always a bit hit! Submitted by: "Amy D"
Spiced Pumpkin BreadThis is a recipe that was adapted over time from an old cookbook at our house. The kids like to make this because they can put together the whole recipe with very little help from an adult. Submitted by: "Braden B."
Titi's Creamy Homestyle Mashed PotatoesThis recipe comes from our Aunt Titi who always travels down to see us, no matter where she is showcasing her newest pieces or how busy her schedule in her ceramic art studio. These mashed potatoes are always made with lots of love and save the day every time since they count as a vegetable. Then I can pass on the green beans or spinach, which are also made with love but not so tasty, and I get to have dessert. Lots of dessert. Titi is the Greatest! Submitted by: "Xavier B."
Hannah's favorite chocolate sheet cakeOur family makes this often at family gatherings and when grandma comes or visit or over the holidays They have been making it since my mommy was little. This is the first thing my uncle Aaron learned to bake on his own and it was a hit with all of his room mates Submitted by: "Hannah Satloff"
Crimaldi's No Bake Chocolate Oatmeal CookiesWe've been enjoying this recipe for four generations. We love to get the entire family together to make this easy, no-bake recipe. Submitted by: "Sam Crimaldi"
Caramel Apple Cheesecake BarsThe Caramel Apple Cheesecake Bars are the perfect holiday treat! Submitted by: "Lila E."
Homemade ButterLula's mom can remember making butter using this method since she was a little girl, and we continue to make it every holiday season. It takes some physical stamina and probably 2 or 3 people to keep the shaking going. We hope you enjoy this fun family tradition of ours! Submitted by: "Lula B."
Holiday Olive Feta TwistoThis has been a holiday favorite or a special dish to share with friends. Submitted by: "Rachael Swanson"
Venezuelan EmpanadasIt was brought to Venezuela by the Spaniels. It has being part of our family for many generations. The empanadas are part of our traditions and menu for breakfast. I like to share this tradition with all of my classmates as it is one of my favorite things to eat in Venezuela. Submitted by: "Johan S"
Christmas Crunch PopcornWe love to make this kid friendly recipe together. Super easy and very good! Submitted by: "Logan Anderson"
Indian samosasIndian traditional samosas known in every Indian household . Children and adults all love these tasty vegetarian samosas ! Submitted by: "Shyam G"
Dreidel Surprise CookiesA dreidel is a four-sided spinning top, played with during the Jewish holiday of Hanukkah. Each side of the dreidel a letter of the Hebrew alphabet: נ (Nun), ג (Gimel), ה (He), ש (Shin), which together form the acronym for "נס גדול היה שם" (Nes Gadol Hayah Sham – "a great miracle happened there" Submitted by: "Jackson H"
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This cookbook will include favorite foods eaten by the second grade class during the December holidays.