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We all know that Christmas time is simply wonderful.
With that being said, we all know that it is also incredibly busy with christmas shopping, activities, presents, and parties. It is a time of joy--and stress! Haha.
As I have stated before and many of you know, I am in "A Christmas Carol" so my time is limited to cook during this season. I am incredibly busy, but I wanted to spend some time with my favorite people. It was also important to me to make sure that my time was spent with my husband and my friends and not stressing over what to make for this party. So, I decided to put together some easy meals and throw a fun, entertaining party with these simple, yummy foods!
Overall, the party was a huge hit. I love spending time with those I love during this time of year.
These are the ingredients I used:
To prepare for this party, I (with the help of others) gathered these ingredients and cooked them before people arrived.
We, then, decorated the house with cute Christmas Decor. Our little table was decorated with flowers and a Christmas tablecloth. (Yes, I am aware it's the middle of December…I still love flowers). This is one of my favorite Santa's as well.And those stockings?! Oh, my heart. So beautiful. My dear mother made them for us.
After we decorated, I finally got T Money to step away from socializing and eat the food. He loved it.
Tanner enjoying the cookies and lasagna at the party. (Doesn't he look so excited to have his picture taken while eating?!)
We put the lasagna into little bowls so the kids could eat them too. It was a huge hit!!!
After we ate and enjoyed the delicious food, we gathered together for a group photo--and to finally watch a Christmas movie together. Our bellies were full and we were happy!
The kids also had a tackling contest :)
The cookies and lasagna were a huge hit... and I got to spend time with those friends and family whom I loved, which is the most important part, right? :) Nothing better than holiday Christmas parties, am I right? Does this make you want to throw a party? You may steal any of these ideas if you would like to use these for your own Nestle party!
I found these ingredients in the dairy, baking, and refrigerated sections at my local Walmart.
Also, Nestle is giving away $1,600 in Nestle Gift Baskets. 8 winners will receive a $100 Nestle gift basket and 2 winners will receive a $400 grand prize Nestle gift basket.
Do you like to throw parties during the Christmas season? Do you like attending them?
I need help with themes for my parties this season. What do you suggest?