Can you believe it? This year has flown by and December is always a blur, so be sure to prepare your holiday menu in advance. Sure, you have your go-to recipes—the ones you rely on year after year to entertain and feed your friends and family. But hopefully you saved room on your holiday table for some new and unique creations from our beloved collection.
Whether you’re entertaining with fish for Feast of the 7 Fishes or pasta, we’ve rounded up some of our most popular appetizer, entrée, seafood, pasta and dessert recipes perfect for celebrating the season. PLUS, we’ve rounded up some tried-and-true DeLallo family Italian classics. Besides using them as Italian-style stocking stuffers (haha!), We love using our tasty Mediterranean ingredients—like Balsamic Glaze and Simply Pesto® Sauce, in inspiring new ways. For example, have you ever seen olives like this?
Now, turn on your printer, get out a pen and start planning your eats. You’ve got some holiday magic to make!
We didn’t think Brie could get any better, but this decadent oozy cheese gets a colorful upgrade—a quick-and-easy idea for gourmet holiday entertaining.
Give your veggies a lift with the tangy sweetness of Italy’s beloved balsamic. We top it off with crumbled goat cheese and toasted pine nuts for an extraordinary side dish.
Sweet-spicy peppers stuffed with creamy goat cheese for a tasty contrast of flavors and textures—a must-try appetizer for your holiday entertaining arsenal.
Scoop up some of your favorites from the olive bar and amp up your antipasto offerings. This easy-to-prepare baked olive dish is like nothing they’ve ever tasted—a superb holiday indulgence.
These colorful crostini are an easy yet elegant entertaining idea featuring fiery red chilies and creamy sweet mascarpone.
Take your tangy tomato sauce to the next level with that famous salted cod at your next holiday feast.
Brasato, or braised beef, is a traditional Italian entrée for holidays and special occasions. This exquisite entrée features the unmatched robust flavors of Barolo wine and a bouquet of fresh herbs.
You can’t go wrong with a cheesy pan of Nonna’s lasagna… so why not make your own? This traditional holiday pasta is a must.
This is an uncomplicated, but exquisite dish belonging to a revered Milanese tradition. Slow braising, a good homemade broth and a bit of experience are all you need to make a marvel out of these simple ingredients.
A sticky, sweet Christmas tradition, this Italian confection is made with just a few simple ingredients.
A decadent, layered Italian dessert perfect your holiday celebrations, Tiramisu is famous for its rich mascarpone and deep chocolatey espresso flavors.
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