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Paula Deen's Top 5 Christmas Dishes

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A holiday gift for you: Paula Deen's favorite seasonal recipes.

No one spreads Christmas cheer like our favorite food goddess, Paula Deen. If all you want for Christmas is a table full of the most amazing and decadent dishes of the holiday season, then your Christmas wish just came true.

Paula sat down with momlogic recently and shared her top 5 must-haves for the perfect Christmas. Forget Santa and his sack of toys ... as far as we're concerned, the best Christmas gifts come courtesy of Paula's kitchen.

Paula's Top 5 Christmas Dishes

1. Foolproof Standing Rib Roast - Listen up, ladies. Paula promises that even if your culinary skills consist of burning microwave popcorn, you too can make a perfect rib roast. To follow Paula's recipe, click here.
2. Coconut Cake - It's no secret Paula has quite the sweet tooth. This coconut cake takes the cake as one of her all-time favorite ways to celebrate the season. For Paula's Coconut Cake recipe, click here.
3. Donna's Candied Apples - Paula gives props to her friend, Donna, for these to-die-for candied apples. An apple a day may keep the doctor away, but this recipe will have your friends and family flocking to the table for seconds. For Donna's Candied Apples recipe, courtesy of Paula Deen, click here.
4. Japanese Fruitcake - What would the holidays be without fruitcake? Now I know you usually just rewrap and regift when someone gives you a fruit cake ... but not this time! Paula's fruitcake is a delicious twist on an old tradition. For Paula's recipe, click here.
5. Ambrosia - No one does this traditional southern dish like Paula Deen. It's a staple on the Deen family's holiday table, and once you try it, you'll insists on it for every special occasion as well. For Paula's recipe, click here.

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