A Spaghetti Bread and Day 2 of Cooking Christmas

by zesty on December 2, 2011 · 112 comments

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Happy Friday to you!  There has been a flurry of emails and comments asking for the spaghetti bread recipe and I promised a lot of folks that today was the day and indeed I will deliver.  You know me and promises… I am pretty good at keeping them.  So why stop now?

Let’s hop right to the excitement.  So you make your favorite spaghetti sauce, toss in some noodles add on the cheese and than bake bread around it.  Are you kidding me?  Carb overload but oh so good.  Check out the details below to follow along.

The rules are pretty simple as I opted for a uncooked pizza dough as the basis of the dough and went on from there.  I can foresee this as a great potluck dish in the future and possibly even make a debut on a Sunday meal with a great salad.

Ingredients

  • Uncooked Pizza dough
  • 6 oz spaghetti, cooked
  • 1 cup thick spaghetti sauce
  • 8 oz mozzarella cheese, shredded
  • 1 egg white
  • Parmesan cheese
  • Parsley flakes

Method

  1. Preheat oven to 350degrees.
  2. Roll dough a 12×16-inch rectangle. Cover with plastic wrap and let rest for 10-15 minutes.
  3. Cook spaghetti according to package instructions. Drain and let cool slightly.
  4. Remove wrap from dough. Place spaghetti lengthwise in a 4-inch strip down the center of dough. Tip with sauce and cheese cubes. (I mixed my spaghetti and sauce together )

  1.  Make cuts 1 ½-inches apart on long sides of dough to within ½-inch of filling.
  2. Begin braid by folding top and bottom strips toward filling. Then braid strips left over right, right over left. Finish by pulling last strip over and tucking under braid.

  1. Lift braid with both hands and place on large sprayed baking sheet. (or transfer parchment paper to baking sheet). Brush with egg white and sprinkle with Parmesan cheese .
  2. Bake at 350 for 30-35 minutes or until golden brown.
  3. Cool slightly and slice to serve.
  4. ENJOY!

Zesty Tip:  Take the opportunity to give your spaghetti it’s own personality .  I added Jalapeno pepper to the base of my sauce and used medium ground beef for extra flavor and a few extra calories but you could use ground turkey or even tofu crumble if you desired.  make the filling yours and you will love it.

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1 Glenda H

This spaghetti bread looks awesome!!

My favourite holiday tradition involves our whole family. On Christmas Eve, we meet with my husband’s parents, sister and brother in law, and our nieces along with my family of 5 at our golf course which has some great toboganning hills. We have tons of fun sledding for a couple of hours then return to my sister in law’s house for lots of FOOD and DRINKS! We usually have lots of appetizers instead of a big meal (that’s reserved for the next day) and always have homemade hot chocolate and desserts. It’s a great way to relax, have fun, exercise and as a bonus, the kids go to sleep early so that Santa can come!

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2 kasey

Oh yum, that looks good. My favorite tradition is all getting together on Christmas Eve – it’s so much more quite and relaxed.

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3 Katie

My favorite holiday tradition is done on both Thanksgiving and Christmas morning…holiday breakfast, featuring homemade cinnamon buns with buttercream icing, applewood smoked bacon, “heart attack eggs” (eggs fried in bacon grease) and bloody marys.

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4 Mara @ what's for dinner?

We do Hanukkah, so one of my favorite traditions is going to my mom’s house and frying potato latkes for hours on end!

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5 Cheryl

The spaghetti bread looks delicious! Will have to try it in the near future. One on my favorite holiday traditions is done on Christmas Eve. My mother-in-law and myself prepare lasanga, garlic bread, salad and a dessert (always try a new one each year) for our family! It is a great evening of conversation, children playing and of crouse, food! :)

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6 Jennifer R

My favorite tradition is also on Christmas Eve. Every year growing up my mom would have a special gift set aside for us to open before we went to bed (after Christmas Eve party at my aunt’s house). That gift was always, amazingly, new pajamas for us to wear. I now realize that it was so we would look decent in the Christmas morning pictures. So, I have continued that tradition with my daughter. she’s only 3 so she hasn’t caught on yet, but she will eventually.

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7 Kim Roach

My favorite holiday tradition is getting up a 530, going to watch my nieces open their “santa” gifts then heading out to my Mom and Dad’s for Christmas Breakfast, we have been doing this for a while now. Having breakfast at home makes you kinda feel like a kid again cause you have all the favorites. :)

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8 Kelly

It definitely seems like many family traditions involve food during the holidays. Our family always sandwhiches and potatoe soup on Christmas Eve and then head to the 11pm service at church. I have always loved coming out at midnight knowing it was Christmas.

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9 Rhonda

Yeah for sharing the recipe, I’ve been dreaming of it ever since I saw it. Plus my son’s swim team has a pasta party every month and I think this would be perfect for it!

A family tradition for us…every year Santa puts an apple an orange in our stockings. So every year I bake an apple pancake and squeeze fresh orange juice for breakfast from the treats that Santa left.

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10 Shannon Swedlo

Favorite Christmas tradition is that we always put our tree up day after halloween. Every year we buy a new ornament for each of the kids. We also make our own cinnamon ornaments which keep our home spelling sweet!!!

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11 Jill Lombardo

Have to try the bread…
My favorite holiday tradition is going to our town’s Christmas Stroll. Actually, funny enough it is tonight. They close down our main street and have horse drawn carraige rides all night (free) and carolers walk up and down. Each shop has a different treat (egg nogg, cider, hot chocolate and all kinds of cookies) and sing-alongs! Santa comes down the street on the horse drawn carriage and sits with the children at the town chamber of commerce, reads them a story, and then they each get their picture taken with him. It feels like we are back in time or living in a Norman Rockwell scene. It is just wonderful and I look forward to going each year. We always go early and grab a pizza and watch the tree lighting.

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12 Katy Widrick

My favorite tradition of yore was opening stockings before breakfast…that’s all we were allowed to do before eating!

But recently, I’d say it’s making monkey bread with my husband. It’s one of his family traditions, and now that we’re on our own (just the two of us — no family nearby!) it’s fun to be starting new traditions.

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13 Melodie

I started a couple new traditions last year: making a gingerbread house from scratch and baking cinnamon rolls for breakfast on Christmas morning.

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14 Laura

baking cookies with my mom… Hopefully this will continue with my daughter

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15 vann

my fav christmas tradition is doing a cookie exchange with my coworkers, having beef stroganoff and gift exchanging on christmas eve with my husband :) then visiting all our family christmas day!

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16 Laura

my favorite holiday tradition is the huge christmas brunch that we make each year. my dad makes a really good egg casserole & everyone else contributes a side dish. its sooo good!

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17 Sharon

Our favorite holiday tradition is having a big get-together the night before Christmas to share a meal with dishes contributed by everyone, share the stories of our lives, and exchange gifts.

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18 Laura Shackelford

When my grandmother (Romie) was still with us, she used to give what we affectionately called “Romie gifts”. These were really strange things that no one quite knew what to do with. So to this day we still try to include some of those “Romie gifts” on Christmas day. It’s really fun and it feels like there’s a little bit of her still with us on Christmas.

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19 Maria

Opening gifts with my family on Christmas Eve before a big Holiday dinner!

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20 Carla Skiles

My favorite tradition (even though they are 13 and 17 now) is wrapping gifts from Santa for my boys. I have always told them that they must “believe to receive”. It just makes my heart happy and lets them be kids a little longer! :)

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21 BK

Ummm that looks great.. never thought but hmm printing this I may have to try this as a carb load before a race!

as a child my favorite holiday memory is watching my elders cook and now that I’m an adult I share the kitchen with them and we sing songs and talk about everything. Some good recipes are passed down as they never tell you how they make it you just learn by doing it..

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22 Dynamics

My favorite holiday tradition is spending time with my family. We have a special egg casserole and blueberry muffins for breakfast. Each year is at a different family members house. Dinner is whatever they choose. It is fun to see what meal we will have this year.

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23 Jenne

My favorite tradition is we make a huge Italian feast and sit and watch Polar Express with hot chocolate. I just love spending that time with my boys and super sweet girl! I am going to have to try this spaghetti bread tonight. Easy and I think the teens would love it!

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24 Jenne

I am already a fan of your facebook page :)

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25 Kylie

Great spaghetti recipe, my nephews would love it.

My favorite tradition is all based around food. We cook all of our usual Christmas recipes and just decorating the house in general is something I look forward to. We also watch a lot the older Christmas movies, but National Lampoons Vacation is definitely the favorite.

I also Liked your Facebook page, yesterday.

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26 Karen Lynch

We gather for Christmas Eve and have buffett, drinks, play games, talk. Last year we did a white elephant and will do this year as well. This is the night my DH’s family gathers before they go to others the day of Christmas, my family comes too and it just a nice evening of fun before the frenzy of Christmas. Most leave by 10 either for church (we do the early mass) or sleep (elderly).

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27 Karen Lynch

Already a follower on Facebook.

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28 Kim

My family is german, so we celebrate on Christmas Eve. When my Oma was still alive, we would head over to her house to open out stockings and presents. Once we finished all of that we would sing carols in both english and german. During all of this, there was german chocolates, cookies and cakes on the table tops to much on….until Oma would bring out the greman breads, meats and cheeses for give us sustance for our board games….Now we still do the same traditions, but at my Mom’s house for all of my nephews.

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29 Becky Fusselman

My favorite tradition is putting up the Christmas tree the day after Thanksgiving. It is just another opportunity to count my blessings!

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30 Shayna Marie

My favorite holiday tradition is making christmas treats with my grandma. It’s always so fun and a great way to bond and spend time with her.

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31 Shayna Marie

Facebook fan, yo :)

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32 Mehgan Drake

My favorite holiday tradition is staying home with my husband and three kids all day on Christmas day, and cooking a great breakfast and dinner. And my “Cooking buddy”–my five year old daughter, and I bake cookies. Then that night my mom comes over and my babies show her all of their gifts from us and Santa.

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33 Stephanie

Our favorite holiday tradition is my mom getting the entire family new pj’s on Christmas eve. Then we load up in our pjs with hot cocoa and popcorn and drive around looking at lights. There are so many grandkids and extended family now that we have been known to rent large vehicles just for the occasion!!

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34 Jane

My favorite tradition is to put Cadbury chocolate bars in my children’s stockings and then letting them eat them first thing Christmas morning.

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35 Laureen

Favorite Holiday tradition: Decorating the tree!

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36 Melissa

Watching Elf with my husband because it is what we did our first Christmas together!

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37 Anne

Our favorite holiday tradition is cutting our christmas tree at a tree farm…usually everyone is slogging around in snow shoes in 3′ of snow, checking out every tree on 4+ acres.

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38 Laurie

After Christmas Eve Mass, I whip up some yummy appitizers and we open presents around the tree!

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39 Jessie

My favorite holiday tradition is waking up ridiculously early and opening stockings with my siblings, then making obnoxiously delicious cinnamon rolls with orange cardamom icing. Don’t think I’ll ever be too old for that one!

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40 Charissa

Having Christmas bread with icing and egg nog for breakfast. And mandarin oranges…we’ve done this every year since before my existence. It’s so special.
And reading the Christmas story…so amazing.

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41 Jo @ Jo In the Kitchen

My favorite tradition is baking sugar cookies! I need to steal my mom’s cookie cutters though. I’ve never been able to buy any as nice as the cutters we used when I was a kid.

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42 Kathy

Favorite holiday tradition – it has to be decorating the tree. As a youngster I used to spend time re-arranging the ornaments to find the best position to show off each one, on a branch strong enough to hold each one perfectly. (OCD I know). Now I don’t do that, but I still love putting them up. I have many that are the same ones I hung as a child.

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43 Christy Bergeron

My favorite holiday tradition is baking day with my mom & sister. We make cookies all day, and the boys eat them.

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44 Helene

This is so different. I’m not sure my family would like it that way but never know.

Even if my kids are over 17 yrs old now my favorite holiday tradition is still to wake up in the middle of the night on Dec. 25 and put the Christmas presents under the tree. When they wake up in the morning we open the gifts.

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45 Kitty

We go to my German mother-in-laws house on New Years Day and make ‘pigs ears’ – similar to beignets, but we wrap the dough squares around cardboard cylinders before deep frying to make the ‘ear’ shape, then sprinkle them with a cinnamon and powdered sugar blend. Yum!

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46 Cindy

I’ve been following and enjoying your blog for many months ago, thanks for sharing it with us.

My favorite holiday traditions is 1) as a child, opening one present (PJ’s) and wearing them on Christmas Eve, and 2) Basking in the calmness on Christmas night while admiring all the presents neatly arranged under the beautifully lit tree.

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47 Jan

When I was a child, my sister and I got to open one gift of our choice, on Christmas Eve. I continued that with my children.

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48 Lori Z.

I buy a game that the whole family can play and the kids get to open it on Christmas eve. It is really nice to sit and play a game with the kids and it helps the time pass for them!!

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49 Lori Z.

I also like you on facebook.

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50 Kerry McDougall

My favourite holiday tradition is building a 1000 pc. puzzle on Christmas Eve with my kids. They are grown now, but when we are together we still maintain that tradition.

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51 nadine

My favorite is so simple yet has become such a fun and precious moment with our children. When they were young, on Christmas morning, my husband would go downstairs to make sure Santa had come. The children had to wait on the top stairs because we didnt want to scare santa away. then my husband would turn on the tree lights, plug the coffee in for tired mom and dad, put some Christmas on and grab the camera, by this time the kids were trembling in anticipation:)We have a photo of all 4 of them, wide eyed with excitement every year. Now my youngest is 19 but the tradition still remains. When the kids come home for Christmas, ( with my grandchildren) they still all have to gather at the top of the stairs. ALL of THEM. I love listening to them reminisce and laugh waiting to hear that the that “the coast is clear” :)

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52 Ashley

My favorite holiday tradition is the family food time! Christmas morning we make my dad’s “secret” recipe Swedish pancakes and for dinner we have leg of lamb. It’s so much fun to cook together as a family…and not to mention eating together around the table!

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53 Ashleigh @ simplehonestreal.com

My favorite tradition is simply opening gifts with my family on Christmas morning! Such a fun time.

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54 SharonF

If all our kids are here Christmas morning we take down the stockings and check out the contents bright and early. If one of them is missing until later in the day, then the stockings have to wait until they are all here. Mind you they are 50, 47, and 42, but traditions are traditions and they aren’t about to break them. Suits me just fine!!!!

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55 Judy

My favourite tradition is having my family all together to share food and fun.

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56 Nina

The bread looks yummy! And fairly easy so I may be able to make this soon….thanks so much for sharing the recipe.

Favorite Christmas Tradition would be going to the big family Dinner on Christmas Day.

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57 Carmen

My favorite tradition is that we open one gift on Christmas Eve, attend services, come home to a simple meal of soup and sandwiches and then open the rest of our gifts.

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58 Carmen

I’m already a fan on Fb

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59 Carolynne

My favourite holiday tradition is going to my grandmother’s house on Christmas eve and having Chinese food!

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60 Mary

My favorite Holiday tradition is to spend every christmas eve together with the other family members so that christmas morning is spent with your kiddos till later in the day

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61 Cassie Brindza

Silly as it may sound, one of the family traditions I still keep, from my the days that my Grandfather was still around, is to share shots of Southern Comfort with my family.
I remember with fondness sitting at my Grandfather’s kitchen table as he would pour us a shot and we would all sit in the kitchen and share some Christmas cheer as my Grandfather would put together a feast of food for the whole family. Even in his early 90′s he would make Christmas dinner. What a remarkable man and wonderful cook he was!
I look forward to this year’s festivities as I once again will offer some cheer and make a toast to the memory of my Grandfather.

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62 Anya M.

My favorite holiday tradition, now that I live far from home, is to bake a few different Christmas cookies that my mom always makes. Knowing the cookies are on my table and hers makes me feel that much closer to home!

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63 Alyson Mar

My favorite tradition is making our family recipe for ravioli. It involves cow brains!

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64 Candace Paugh

Our family holiday tradition involves the making of homemade Meat Pies. My mother, sister and I essemble in her kitchen every year (after ensuring all men are out of the house). We share stories of Christmas’s past and chat about the upcoming season. It allows us time that we don’t always make sure we get throughout the year!

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65 Linda Wadman

My favorite Christmas tradition is hanging the handmade Christmas stockings on the mantle to wait for stuffing from “Santa”. Everyone seems to enjoy discovering the little treats especially for them that Santa leaves in the stockings.

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66 Debbie Carr

Love all your recipes.
My favorite Christmas tradition is having friends and family in for an Appitizer Party-Smoked salmon, baked brie, puff pastries, Coquilles St. Jacques, chocolate and liqueurs. We do this again on Jan 1st but add in a polar run( not polar dip) but add a campfire with toasts to the New Year.

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67 Jaclyn

My favorite tradition is doing a bunch of baking and giving out treats to my friends and coworkers!

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68 Jena L.

I love making & decorating Christmas cookies. Even when I can’t go “home” for Christmas, it makes me feel close to my family. Also, I’m looking forward to creating new traditions. My first baby was born last Christmas morning, so I’m sure we’ll come up with some great birthday traditions on top of the holiday traditions.

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69 Marianne

My favourite holiday tradition from when I was a kid was that my sister & I would get up at 7 am to watch the Disney Christmas parade, and wait for mom & dad to wake up so we could open presents. Alas, this doesn’t happen anymore, but it was always fun!

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70 Heather

Hi Cooking!

My favorite holiday tradition is our annual Christmas party… usually about a week before Christmas. We invite all of our friends and family with young children over, have a pot luck and a visit from Santa. We usually try to have everyone bring a gift for a needy child as well, to donate to a local charity.

Thanks!

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71 Marion MacDonald

My favorite holiday tradition is really all the little things we do leading up to Christmas morning. The baking, decorating, the shopping etc, all lead up to what is always an amazing few days spent with the people I love best….my family:) Christmas day is different for us every year but the weeks leading up to Christmas are always the same:)

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72 Kathy-Jo Wagler

My favourite tradition is preparing baked french toast with my hubby, after the kids are sleeping peacefully on Christmas eve. Then, Christmas morning, after presents, we travel to Nana and Grandpas to have the baked french toast for brunch.

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73 Shayna Marie

my fav tradition is christmas breakfast with the whole fam!

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74 TracyP

My favorite tradition is making granola each year for my friends and family.

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75 Kathleen Richardson

Two traditions, Cooking… First, Christmas eve with my daughters, her hubby and the two grands. Second, since my son was born 39 years ago, I’ve made Candy Cane Cookies. Once he left home, I continued to bake and mail them.

Zesty, your spaghetti bread sounds like “one for the boys” as they sit in front of the tv watching the big game!

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76 Courtney

I have a hard time picking a favorite- I would say All the meals in general. I have 52 first cousins, 16 aunts and uncles ( by blood- not counting their spouses) and a big step family too. So i love that the holidays are my best chance of getting in great times with everyone- with so many people it can be hard to get everyone together, but the holiday meals are always well attended :)

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77 Kim D.

My favorite holiday tradition is picking out a Christmas tree the day after Thanksgiving, and having my daughters help decorate it.

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78 jules p

Our favorite holiday tradition is making our gingerbread house. We have so much fun decorating it.

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79 jessie

I love our tradition of decorating the Christmas tree on the day after Thanksgiving. It’s such a nice way to flow from one holiday into the next and such a great start to the Christmas season.

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80 Susan Stahley

My favorite holiday tradition is going out to Pizza Hut on Christmas Eve with my entire family, then going to watch a movie. We then go look at lights and while we are doing that, Santa comes. We open all of our presents on Christmas Eve and then hang out most of the day on Christmas.

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81 Eliana

My favorite holiday tradition has got to be baking cookies. Always makes for a most delicious season :)

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82 Stacie

My favorite tradition is related to my favorite dish–eating the ham and cheese casserole on Christmas and New Years mornings! Not sure why we only make it this time of year.

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83 Lys

My mother is a post-partum nurse and often has to work on Christmas day. Because of that, our family tradition for the holidays is having Christmas dinner on Christmas eve, complete with fireplace a-burning, *fake* tree (we keep it classy in western Mass) and a mix of Japanese and traditional Christmas-meal fare.

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84 Nikki

My favorite holiday tradition is reading the Night before Christmas with my family on Christmas eve! (And I am 22 years old! :) )

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85 Emily

My dad’s side of the family has a pair of these old nose clippers from my Grandfather. Every year when we do the white elephant game at Christmas, the previous holder of the nose clippers wraps them up and puts them into the game. Then BAM an unsuspecting victim rips open a beautifully wrapped present and there are the clippers. It’s pretty evil, but oh so hilarious!

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86 Natalie

My favorite holiday tradition is opening our stockings on Christmas morning before we eat breakfast and then open the rest of the gifts! My mom had someone from her home town crochet each of our stockings, so they are super big and stretchy. Stockings are BIG deal in our house and they are always laid out on the floor on Christmas morning! I LOVE CHRISTMAS!!!!

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87 John Walsh

My favorite Holiday tradition is Christmas Supper at my grandparents. Spaghetti bread looks great!

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88 Audrey

Opening presents!

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89 Melissa @ Live, Love, & Run

My favorite holiday traditions are the ones I’m creating with my husband and two kids: Christmas in Williamsburg, VA. It’s one of the three cities in the Colonial/Historical triangle (along with Yorktown & Jamestown) and it’s absolutely gorgeous at Christmas. They have carolers, the wreaths and decorations are all made out of natural things like dried fruit, real greenery, berries, pine cones…anything found in nature. (Posting pictures of them today, actually.) Busch Gardens does Christmastown every year…and they light the entire park up in Christmas lights and each “country” has something different. The kids love it. It’s just beautiful, peaceful, and full of the magic of Christmas I always remembered.

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90 Kim

Favorite Holiday tradition….just tasting all the childhood and annual favorites

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91 Lauren

My family goes to a movie on Christmas Day as a tradition, and it’s a ton of fun!!

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92 Christine M

My favorite holiday tradition is staying up super late while hubby finishes putting things together and I sit and watch A Christmas Story while talking about how excited the kiddos are gonna be in the morning

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93 Sophie S

This looks awesome! Can’t wait to try it.

My favorite holiday tradition is going to see the Macy windows downtown and listening to the holiday street jazz playing! If it snows, even better!!!

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94 Jessie

Let’s have a moment of silence for how brilliant this is.

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95 Yvette Kane

We have taken the money that we would have spent on each other within our small work office and donated a grocery store card and gifts to a needy family. Much more exciting to show up at someones door, give anonymously, and feel the curiosity as you leave. I love that we have now made it a tradition within our office.

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96 Matt

My favorite holiday tradition is watching White Christmas with my parents and sister. We watch it numerous times every year and it never gets old! Spending time with my family and getting in the Christmas spirit always makes me happy.

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97 LA Howe

One of my favorite holiday traditions is sitting down to watch the movie “Bad Santa” with my husband, and maybe my brother and some friends. We drink pomegranate martinis, scotch, and bourbon, and eat all kinds of breads and crackers with cheeses, pates, and dips. We laugh ourselves silly, and afterwards we talk about the different reasons why “Bad Santa” is a good movie to watch during the holidays.

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98 Amy

Ah our family does a huge Christmas Eve event that is definitely the best. We go visit family friends and when we come home – Santa came! We set out tons of finger foods, cider, egg nog, oliebollen, and more. We open presents one by one (using a foam ball to determine who goes next) and eat and eat and eat. Always fun times.

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99 tanaka cowart

My favorite holiday tradition is having a mini tree trimming party. Inviting over family to eat and decorate the tree, and pull names for secret santa. Then on Christmas day we do a gift exchange.

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100 Sam

My favorite holiday tradition is baking all the goodies together..

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101 Megan's Cookin'

Ohhh, that looks good!
My favorite tradition is to go to Christmas eve service. We use to go to my mom’s and open presents every year, but then she died one Christmas eve, so now I go to Christmas eve service. I love it!

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102 christy spurlock

My favorite Christmas tradition is singing in the church Christmas cantata.

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103 lois

I’m not really sure that we have a holiday tradition – well wait a minute — we probably do have a tradition – number one part is that every year I make a spiral ham (love ham) and my step-daughter makes and brings her homemade potato salad (delish) and I always make homemade cannoli’s for dessert. I guess if you always to the same thing, it’s a tradition – right???
Lois

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104 chris swan

Fav holiday tradition is to drive around christmas eve and have hot chocolate and sing christmas carols and see the lights on the houses–come home exhausted!

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105 chris swan

I like you on facebook celeste c swan.

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106 Sara

my favorite holiday tradition is gluing red noses on deer crossing signs

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107 Erin from Long Island

My favorite holiday tradition is playing with the leftovers!

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108 Elyssa

my favorite tradition is the themed nights of hanukkah my family has. once the first person opens their gift everyone else knows what they are getting!

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109 Lindsay

Every year on Black Friday, the women in my family get together to bake all of our xmas cookies–we’ve been doing this for more than 20 years and I wouldn’t miss it for the world!

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110 Jennifer

We always celebrated Christmas on Christmas Eve, after the candlelight service we will eat unwrap gifts and have tons of fun. Christmas Day was for relaxing and watching favorite movies.

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111 jinkatya

My favorite holiday tradition is going to church on Christmas eve and then watching The Nativity Story. ;)

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112 Tami@nutmegnotebook

A favorite holiday tradition for us is to have Danish pancakes for breakfast on Christmas morning followed by opening Christmas Crackers from England!

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