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5 Holiday Foods I'm Gonna Need Y'all To Try Because, Just Sayin', The Taste Will Change Your Life

Christmas is not Christmas without these five foods -- and the memories that come with them.

5 Holiday Foods I'm Gonna Need Y'all To Try Because, Just Sayin', The Taste Will Change Your Life

If you're not sure what to make on Christmas morning, or for a holiday party, or just for a fun snack, look no longer. The following foods are some of my favorites in taste and along with the memories attached.

1. Buffalo Chicken Dip


I may have burnt my mouth so bad I went to the dentist because I ate this right out of the oven, but we're going to forget about that.

2. Fudge

For as long as I can remember, my grandma and her sister made fudge for Christmas. Sometimes I made it my meal, and I have no shame about that.

3. Breakfast Casserole


Christmas morning does not exist without a good breakfast casserole filled with sausage, egg and a little bit of cheese.

4. Materials for a Gingerbread House


Every year, my uncle Jimmy and I make a gingerbread house out of graham crackers, candy and icing. I'm not talking a 1800s cabin. I'm talking a double story house with a garage and driveway and chimney.

5. Mac 'n Cheese, obviously 


Ever since I was little, I put peas and carrots and tuna in mine. Is that weird?

If you plan on inviting me to your party, or if you're in my family, I hope you consider making or buying one or more of these foods. I will love you forever and you'll be my best friend.

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