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    Topic: Holidays

    6 Coffee Recipes to Celebrate the Season and Ring In the New Year
    4 minute read Written by Hamilton Beach on December 21, 2015

    Are you expecting a new coffee maker under the tree this year? We've got a few seasonal coffee recipes you'll want to try. Whether you're a single-serve brewer, a full-pot brewer or a little bit of both, we've got you covered with our line of ...

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    Slow Cooker Party Mix
    1 minute read Written by Mary Beth Brault on December 18, 2015

    Throughout the holiday season, I like to put together special packaged treats I can have on hand for gifting to friends, neighbors and family. This simple party mix is perfect to divide up into cute tins and distribute to everyone on your list....

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    Cherry Almond Scones
    2 minute read Written by Laurie Klein on December 15, 2015

    Homemade gifts are always appreciated. Knowing someone took the time to bake something special for you makes the holiday season seem even more joyful. If you want to bake but don’t want to spend time scooping out cookie dough on multiple trays, try...

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    Holiday Desserts: Chocolate Gingerbread Mini Bundt Cakes
    2 minute read Written by Pat Schweitzer on December 9, 2015

    Is there a holiday flavor any more festive than gingerbread? We combine this seasonal favorite with chocolate to make single-serving mini bundt cakes. The process is easy as pie, er... cake, especially with the help of an Eclectrics® stand mixer.

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    Holiday Desserts: Chocolate Eggnog Torte
    1 minute read Written by Laurie Klein on December 7, 2015

    The seasonal flavor of eggnog unites with creamy chocolate to make a jolly ole dessert for the holidays.

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    Best-Ever Sugar Cookies with Cream Cheese Candy Cane Frosting
    1 minute read Written by Laurie Klein on December 2, 2015

    Put a new twist on sugar cookies this year by taking a different route when it comes to frosting them. Nothing says Christmas like candy canes, with their bright red and white stripes, and their cool, peppermint flavor. And sugar cookies are the...

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    Sweet Potatoes: Baked vs. Mashed
    4 minute read Written by Hamilton Beach on November 25, 2015

    When I was young, sweet potatoes were only made one way: peeled, sliced and baked. A little brown sugar, a lot of butter and in the oven they went. Out of all the amazing side dishes at the Thanksgiving table, sweet potatoes were the least popular....

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    Stuffing Two Ways: Everyone's Favorite Thanksgiving Side Dish
    2 minute read Written by Hamilton Beach on November 18, 2015

    I'm just going to come out and say it: The best part about Thanksgiving dinner is the stuffing. A buttery mound of delicious carbs, stuffing - or dressing - is a wonderful indulgence we (usually) only allow ourselves around the holidays. Nothing...

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