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Holidays and food always go together. Something else that goes with the end-of-year holidays is stress. Whether it’s gift buying, office parties, school concerts or traveling, the one constant for most people is stress. And, with stress comes eating too much or too little. Here’s some quick and easy recipes, with some that can be made the night before, to help make the holidays a little bit less stressful.
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Christmas morning can come with lots of excitement and gift opening. While the merriment is happening, you can have a delicious and healthy breakfast – that was prepared the night before – baking in the oven such as Better Breakfast Casserole.
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Here’s a collection of 40 breakfast casseroles from sites such as Betty Crocker, Cooking Light and Southern Living. Some may not be as healthy as the previous recipe but, it is the holidays.
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Leading up to, and during the holidays, there is an abundance of food and leftovers. You may want some quick and easy recipes to make that both children and adults will enjoy such as these Cupcake Mold Pizzas or Windy City Crescent Rolls.
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There’s a lot of indulging happening during the holidays so there should be some healthy eating going on such as Mason Jar Salads.
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And, because time is at a premium during the holiday season, Mel’s Kitchen Cafe has 39 Meals to Make in 30 Minutes or Less.