Main Dish for Holiday Dinners

Just call me a rebel.  Instead of preparing a dinner entrée for the Third Annual Bloggy Progressive Dinner, I’ve decided on a brunch entrée. Actually, because of our schedules, it’s quite likely that my side of the family will be celebrating our big holiday meal with brunch the day after Christmas.

Cranberry Almond Stuffed French Toast would be a great addition to any brunch, but especially for the holidays with it’s flavorful red topping and the convenience of assembling it the night before.  Simply bake and serve in the morning!

Just in case brunch isn’t your thing, here are two of our favorite “fancy dinner” main dishes:

Barbecued Beef Brisket with Twice-Baked Potatoes

Sherry’s Aussie Chicken

What’s your favorite main dish for the holidays? If you have a recipe to share, link it up or leave it in the comments.  Don’t forget to follow along for the rest of the Progressive Dinner.  There’s more good food to come!

Jeff is hosting Side Dishes at his awesome new cooking blog, Food Plus Heat, on Thursday, December 9.

Link up your Holiday Bread recipes with Jen over at Balancing Beauty and Bedlam on Friday, December 10.

On Saturday, December 11, The Happy Housewife will finish things off with Delicious Desserts.


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Comments

  1. We always have Baked Ziti on our holiday table. It’s a nice Italian addition to our Southern holiday.

    We also do a holiday brunch. Amy, your casserole looks fantastic; it might be my addition to our Christmas Eve brunch this year!

  2. We usually have vegetarian lasagna, but sometimes we go for the Tofurky roast. I actually prefer the leftover Tofurky sandwiches. The brunch meal looks great, we almost always have our “dinner” around brunch or lunchtime.

  3. Yummo!

  4. We do a Christmas brunch too — and, I also have to say we love Sherry’s Aussie Chicken!!

  5. I LOVE stuffed french toast, and typically do it with fruit but have never tried it with cranberries. Sounds delicious. :)

  6. Wow! Thank you for including the Aussie chicken. We love it! :)

  7. Love this progressive dinner idea. :) Can’t wait to test drive some recipes on my family.

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