Southwestern Holiday Recipes

The holiday season brings us more meals, treats and sweets shared with family and friends. No matter what your holiday traditions are, they often involve food. We’re feeling spicy and want to bring Southwestern flavors to our holiday table. We’ve picked out some of our favorite Southwest inspired holiday recipes for you to try at home. Take a look, write down some of your favorites and test them out in your kitchen.

Sweet Potato Flan with Toasted Spiced Hazelnuts

We found this recipe on Everyday Southwest and it comes from Donna Nordin’s Contemporary Southwest Cookbook. It is sweet, savory and all around delicious!

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Bacon Wrapped Jalapeno Poppers

Keep your holiday guests happy while they wait for dinner with these incredible bacon wrapped jalapeno poppers.

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Pomegranate Margaritas

A bright colorful festive drink to try is the recipe from Delish for Pomegranate Margaritas. It is quick, easy and a jug full of this will make you the hit of the holiday season!

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Oven Baked Churros

Instead of pie, finish off your holiday meal with oven baked churros! We found an easy recipe from My Recipes and can’t wait to share it with family and friends. Who doesn’t love fluffy, warm, sugary pastries?

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Horchata Coffee Cocktail

Another Drink we can’t wait to serve is this Horchata Coffee Cocktail from Latina.com. It is a drink your guests will love to sip on while they sit by the fire.

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Southwestern Hash

We’re ready to spice up the holiday table with this recipe for Southwestern Hash from Food Network. We think this recipe can be great for breakfast or dinner. For breakfast, include the egg and for dinner, leave it out.

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There you have it! These are some of our favorite Southwestern holiday recipes that we are going to break out this year for our friends and family. What are you most excited about cooking this holiday season? Try these recipes, mix things up and let us know what you think!

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