Our Favorite Family Recipes

Mounds of flour and sugar. Sticks of butter. Knives dancing across the cutting board. Pots simmering. Ovens aglow. And little helpers licking beaters and stealing samples. ‘Tis the scene of the season across many a family kitchen this time of year. And we here at Metro Parent are no different. We look forward to the culinary creations we cook up for the holiday and decided to share some of our treasured favorites with you, our dear readers. We hope these holiday goodies warm your heart and homes.

The recipes

Marvelous mini quiches

Interested in trying out a new appetizer to please your guests this holiday season? Try this recipe for marvelous mini quiches.

Crazy good corn chowder

Dinner is done. Get the details on cooking this crazy good corn chowder.

Sinful French silk pie

And for dessert, why not whip up something a little different? Make this sinful French silk pie for your guests.

Perfect holiday sugar cookies

Bring the kids in the mix when baking these perfect holiday sugar cookies.

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