Press "Enter" to skip to content

Recipes – BHGRE Season of Sharing

BHGRE® Season of Sharing has what you need to create an unforgettable holiday season.

Our Favorite Cookie Recipes from Better Homes and Gardens

Snowball Trees

Super-Duper Chocolate Kisses

Pistachio-Vanilla Bean Cookies

Triple Chocolate Cookies

Chocolate Chip Cookies

Halloween Recipes

Fall Recipes

Thanksgiving Recipes

  • Don’t let the turkey hog the spotlight. Here are some delicious recipes and ideas for sides and appetizers. 
  • For an easy yet adorable appetizer make your very own turkey face veggie tray.  
  • There’s nothing sweeter than a sweet potato casserole
  • Get cooking, because these are some of the best Thanksgiving recipes we’ve ever tasted.  
  • Check out these incredible desserts perfect for Thanksgiving, including a no bake pumpkin cheesecake that will knock your fuzzy socks off. 
  • Tis pumpkin season and nothings beats a classic pumpkin pie. 
  • If you want to spruce up your pie crust, try adding a few simple, yet cute designs. Try cutting out different sized leaves and placing them around the edge. You could also roll out the pie crust and cut out any design you want. Cut out little flowers, diamonds, or chevron shapes before laying it on top.  
  • Warm up with this pumpkin spice latte recipe.

Winter Recipes

Hanukkah Recipes

  • Get your Latke on! Click here for a recipe to make mouthwatering classic potato latkesDon’t forget to dip them in sour cream and applesauce! 
  • Check out these yummy side dish recipes 
  • For scrumptious sweets look into these Hanukkah desserts, including dreidel-shaped cakes and traditional treats.  
  • Cheers to Hanukkah themed cocktails 
  • Marshmallow dreidels anyone? Dip the bottom of a chocolate kiss into melted chocolate and then press it onto a marshmallow. Place it into the fridge for 15 minutes. Then slowly press a pretzel stick into the other end of the marshmallow to serve as the handle. Dip the entire bottom of the dreidel into a bowl of melted chocolate. Fill a plastic bag with melted white chocolate or white icing and pipe the Hebrew letters onto each side. If you want to make it sparkle, before the chocolate fully melts sprinkle some blue sprinkles on the outside.

Kwanzaa Recipes

Christmas Recipes

  • Check out these four delicious hot chocolate recipes. For a snowman marshmallow topper, stick 3 marshmallows together using toothpicks. Using chocolate pipe 3 small buttons on the middle marshmallow and eyes and smile on the top marshmallow. Give the snowman a cute little nose using a candy cornFor arms and legs use pretzel sticks. 
  • Take a sip and say ahhh with these eggnog recipes 
  • Winter is snow laughing matter. Warm up with these winter drink recipes. 
  • Hot potato these crispy potatoes with rosemary salt are tasty.  
  • You will be stuffed and happy after eating these buttered stuffing with mushrooms. 
  • Ham for the holidays. 
  • Enjoy making and eating these Santa sugar cookie cutouts. 
  • Make your favorite pie or cake in a round pan. After you cut it into slices decorate them to look like Santa’s hat. Pipe red icing over the entire triangle slice. Then simple pipe a white ball on the top corner and the hat rim on the outside edge. 
  • Don’t miss out on this Christmas pudding recipe.  
  • These mouthwatering brown butter snickerdoodle cookie cups are 10/10.

New Year’s Eve Recipes

  • These drink recipes will be a hit.  
  • Stir it up with dazzling cocktails.
  • Finger-foods that are as cute as they are delicious.   
  • From sweet-and-sour to cranberry-sauced, these meatball recipes are a must-have.   
  • Check out the following New Year’s Eve party menus and recipes–great for any type of gathering you choose. 
  • Dip pretzel rods into melted white chocolate and then immediately pour silver or gold sprinkles onto the chocolate before it melts. Place the candy-coated pretzel rod onto wax paper, let it dry, and then enjoy! 
  • The best way to end 2020 would be with cakes, truffles, cookies and tons of luscious desserts
  • It’s no surprise that this surprise-inside New Year’s Eve cake is not only fun but tastes incredible 


Click here to view all the Season of Sharing articles.