The Very Best Holiday Recipes from Your Favorite Celebs and Chefs
These celebrities and chefs have partnered with Feeding America, an organization that is leading the fight against hunger in the U.S. through food banks, pantries and meal programs. Here, they've created easy, affordable recipes that are perfect for the holidays.
ALEX GUARNASCHELLI'S GREEN BEAN CASSEROLE
The Iron Chef's scratch-made take on a classic holiday side will have you ditching the canned soup for good. Get the recipe HERE.
MARIO BATALI'S PICKLED GINGER BRUSSELS SPROUTS SALAD
Good news! This refreshingly light side can be made up to 4-6 hours ahead. "The hearty greens will stand up to the dressing without wilting," The Chew host says. Get the recipe HERE.
GABRIELE CORCOS' SPAGHETTI AL VINO
Corcos and wife Debi Mazar are known for their beautifully simple takes on Italian food, and this pasta dinner will warm your soul even in the coldest winter weather. Get the recipe HERE.
DAVID BURTKA'S SPINACH & QUINOA SCRAMBLE WITH BERRY-KEFIR SMOOTHIE
Balance out all those holiday cookies with a super food-filled breakfast that's packed with flavor. Get the recipe HERE.
CURTIS STONE'S CAULIFLOWER GRATIN
"Gratins are ideal for the holidays because they feed many mouths and pair well with almost any main dish," Stone says. "They're my go-to for entertaining because the cleanup is simple." Get the recipe HERE.
LAILA ALI'S CORNBREAD STUFFING
Packed with turkey sausage, fresh herbs and spices, this hearty side dish just might steal the show. Get the recipe HERE.
CARLA HALL'S COUNTRY GREENS
"No southern meal is complete without greens," Hall says. "Traditionally, salt pork simmers alongside the greens to flavor the likker. I use smoked turkey wings to get a broth that’s just as tasty but has even more complex gamey, savory flavors." Get her recipe HERE.
ANTONIA LOFASO'S RICOTTA GNUDI
Who knew homemade gnudi was so easy? Lofaso's cheesy, buttery clouds of deliciousness come together in minutes. Get the recipe HERE.
JOSE ANDRES' CLASSIC GUACAMOLE
“What is a better dish for sharing than guacamole?," Andres says. "It is beautifully simple to make, can be eaten with almost anything, and most importantly, it can be passed around the table to share with everyone. The holidays to me are all about sharing and giving." Get his recipe HERE.
RACHAEL RAY'S ROAST SQUASH AND CHICKEN THIGHS
If you don't want to fuss with a turkey, Ray has an easier (and more affordable) poultry option. Bonus: It's a main dish and a side all in one. Get the recipe HERE.