This is Day 15 of our 31 Days To An Organized Christmas. To read all the posts in order, start with this post, then visit the Landing Page to see the outline for the whole series.
- Read Project 11: Get Your Recipes Together (pages 72-74) in Get Yourself Organized for Christmas.
- Check in with your Organized Christmas buddy.
- Gather your holiday recipes together!
For this project, here are some printables from Life Your Way that is useful:
(Melody getting ready to make baked fudge circa 2010)
I love this idea of having the holiday recipes with all of the holiday stuff! Growing up, we didn’t do the typical foods for the holidays, because we just didn’t know anything other than Chinese food. And I’m not even sure when we started making the “traditional” Thanksgiving and Christmas and wintery foods, but they are so yummy and fun, right? 🙂
We don’t have a whole slew of recipes, but there are a few recipes that we make every single year, but just once a year during the holidays. So now it makes complete sense to have these recipes stored in the holiday binder because it is the only time I will cook or bake that dish!
I’m still in the midst of gathering my recipes, but cookies sure are popular around here.
Here are some Thanksgiving menus from the past in case you are in Thanksgiving planning mode:
No one gets the prize for collecting the most recipes they will never use. Trim your binder down to only the recipes you use and love. – Get Yourself Organized for Christmas
Do you have some favorite holiday recipes? What are the traditional foods at your Christmas table?
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I just stumbled on your series via twitter, and it’s one I am going to save and read through when I’m closer to Christmas and then every year after! Great resource.
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