From the Rev Team: Favorite Holiday Recipes

The holidays and food are two things that just go hand-in-hand! Whether you try out new recipes every year or stick with tradition, seeing what other people make is always fun. The Rev team has shared some of their go-to Holiday recipes, we hope you find a new one to try!

A fall harvest salad is a staple for the holidays. This one contains a variety of flavors, is a hearty option and is so gorgeous! Roasted butternut squash, crisp apples and sweet pomegranate seeds make this fall salad a crowd-pleaser. Check out the recipe here.

Add in this tasty stuffing for everyone to enjoy, regardless of dietary preferences. This vegan recipe boasts flavor from a variety of fresh herbs, onions, celery, shiitake mushrooms and much more. Replacing the butter with olive oil adds more complexity to the dish and allows each flavor to shine. Switch up the normal stuffing routine and give this recipe a try!

Enchiladas for Christmas? Yes, please! These enchiladas will quickly get you in the holiday spirit with their robust red and green sauces. They’re stuffed with amazing vegetarian ingredients and can easily be made gluten-free as well. This recipe is a must-try!

If you’re looking for something totally different, try this traditional go-to holiday dish from South Africa. Malva pudding is similar to a tres leches cake in regards to texture and is flavored with sweet apricot jam. It’s soaked at the end with a creamy syrup for a decadent finish. Ditch the traditional sugar cookies and try this Malva Pudding recipe.

Pumpkin cakes, pumpkin pies, pumpkin lattes, oh my! Pumpkin recipes are plentiful in the fall and winter and for good reason. The flavor can be incorporated into a variety of dishes, the possibilities are endless! This pumpkin bread is dairy and gluten-free, extremely tasty and is a guaranteed crowd-pleasing option. Check out the recipe here.

For more fun recipes and blogs, be sure to read The Spark! Additionally, follow Rev PR on Instagram for more fun Holiday inspiration. Time to get cooking!