Sunday, December 20, 2015

Cajun Christmas Eve Party Menu

Cajun Christmas Eve Party Menu 


Tis' the season for holiday parties and I've been looking through my favorite recipes and finalizing my menu for our annual Christmas Eve Party. Here's what I have so far and I'm thinking of including maybe some boiled crawfish,  and maybe a few grilling recipes, too, since it's supposed to be 80 degrees on Christmas day, here in Cajun country. Life doesn't get any better than that, cher!  All guaranteed to please your family and guests! Bon Appetit!

(click on recipe title to view recipe)

 Appetizers
 

Crawfish Spinach Bread Bowl


 Spicy Crab Stuffed Jalapenos

 Smoky Blue Cheese Dip w/ Fresh Veggies








Main Course 

Cajun Roast Turkey Breast 

Cajun Baked Ham w/ Honey-Mustard Bourbon Glaze




Sides

Loaded Baked Potato Casserole




Spinach Madeleine 

 Brandied Sweet Potatoes 

 Southern Corn Pudding





Breads 

Cranberry-Pecan Muffins 




 Jalapeno Cornbread Muffins 

Grandma's Buttermilk Biscuits







Desserts 

Marguerite's Christmas Cookies


Eggnog Bread Pudding w/ Cherry-Bourbon Sauce

Kahlua Fudge Cake w/ Kahlua Fudge Frosting

Creole Pecan Pie w/ Bourbon Whipped Cream
 



Wishing you all a happy, safe, and blessed holiday season. Merci beaucoup for stopping by!

Happy Holidays, Ya'll! 

5 comments:

rosaria williams said...

Thanks for the invitation, Marguerite!
Merry Christmas.

Ann, from Michigan said...

Marguerite,

Menu looks wonderful. I have to bring a dish to a family Christmas party, I think I'll make your Loaded Potato Casserole.

Love checking your blog for special recipes. Sometime ago you mentioned a possible book, I'd love to own one.

Merry Christmas to you and your family.

Ann, from Michigan

Big Dude said...

What a feast you have planned and I can't imagine you need a couple of other dishes, but I'm sure they will all be great. Have a great Christmas down there in Cajun Country.

Eddie Bluelights said...

Looks sinfully delicious . . . like the decorations too . . . :)

Susanna Powers said...

Merry Christmas Marguerite! and happy 2016, sp