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PACK IT UP! – At the top, Oatmeal Fig Cookies, and at the bottom left, Roasted Corn, Carrots, and Squash next to Homemade Pumpkin Hummus
You’ve just arranged the hot mini-quiches on your grandmother’s silver tray and carefully draped a sheet of plastic wrap over top. Clumsy with the fragile appetizer, you grab your purse, slip on your new heels… and find that you’re about to miss the bus and it’s raining. Yoi! I’ve been there. I’ve vowed never to experience that kind of holiday party stress again, and you should, too! When you have to depend on public transportation or your bike to travel to get-togethers, packing and presenting dishes should be easy! So, here are some simple-to-make, easily transportable holiday recipes!
Homemade Pumpkin Hummus This no-cooking-required, vegan appetizer fits easily into the Delicious Dish to Go in Stevens, with a little left over.
Roasted Corn, Carrots, and Squash Beyond a can ‘o corn, this side dish invites the warm flavors of carrots and butternut squash. It’s vegan, too! I fit the 5 – 6 servings in my mom’s orange, retro-fab Tupperware container.
Oatmeal Fig Cookies I decorated a used shoebox to pack these delicious jewels. Personalizing a plain box makes it super special. Plus, it’s disposable, so you can leave it at the party.
What easy holiday foods are you making?
I’m going to make my own granola! It’s much cheaper, and you can pretty much put whatever you want in your batch.
These recipes all look delicious, I think I’m going to have to make and bring the pumpkin hummus to my thanksgiving gathering this upcoming weekend!
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