By Sarah Bracy Penn

Published on October 12, 2016

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BREAKFAST

Bruce Paltrow’s World Famous Pancakes

When you’re hosting family and friends over the holidays, there’s nothing quite as nice (and easy!) as a pancake breakfast. This year, try Gwyneth Paltrow’s father’s classic pancake recipe, as featured in her cookbook My Father’s Daughter.

Find the recipe via Remedial Eating.

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Drew Barrymore’s Egg Sandwich

An egg sandwich is a classic and simple crowd pleaser. And chances are, you’ve got all these ingredients in the fridge already. Try the actress’s take on the tasty breakfast sammy, which she admits is one of the first dishes she ever learned to cook!

Find the recipe via Refinery29.

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Oprah’s Asparagus, Quinoa, and Goat Cheese Fritatta

Remember Oprah’s Favorite Things? It was like, the best holiday TV special… ever. Channel the star’s love for gift giving and festive celebration this season and whip up her delicious and healthy fritatta!

Find the recipe via Oprah.com.

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Julianne Hough’s Eggnog French Toast 

French toast may be the ultimate sweet breakfast treat. When prepared with eggnog a la Julianne Hough, it’ll become your new go-to breakfast for Christmas morning!

Find the recipe via JulianneHough.com

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STARTERS

Ali Larter’s Apple Crostada With Gouda

The actress’s decadent crostada is a perfect blend of sweet and savory. We bet this dish will disappear just moments after it comes out of the oven!

Find the recipe via UsMagazine.com.

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Chrissy Teigen’s Spinach Artichoke (And Chicken!) Dip 

Who doesn’t love spinach artichoke dip? Chrissy Tiegen’s variation, as featured in her recent release Cravings, includes spicy buffalo chicken. We have a feeling your family’s going to love the dip even more now… 

Find the recipe via Williams-Sonoma. 

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Chrissy Teigen’s Butternut Squash Soup With Prosciutto Crisps

And because we can’t get enough of the star’s delicious recipes, try out her rich and flavorful butternut squash soup, which she’s dressed with fall veggies and crispy prosciutto. It’s the perfect way to warm up after chilly fall or winter day out and about.

Find the recipe via Vogue.com.

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MAIN COURSES

Gwyneth Paltrow’s Carbonara

Try the actress and Goop-founder’s take on carbonara pasta. The egg, parmesan, and bacon-dressed pasta is a bone-warming dish to prepare for a full house this holiday season.

Find the recipe via Popsugar.

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Blake Lively’s Chicken Leek Pot Pie

While Blake’s known best for baking cupcakes and cookies, we’re sure her chicken pot pie would be equally delicious. Nothing reminds us of home cooking quite like a flaky pot pie!

Find the recipe via People.com.

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Reese Witherspoon’s Fried Chicken

You know it’s a real family get-together if there’s fried chicken involved. Try Reese Witherspoon’s family recipe, which she learned from her grandmother, Dorothea Draper. Yep, that’s the Draper of Draper James!

Find the recipe via Oprah.com.

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Trisha Yearwood’s Cowboy Lasagna

The country star really knows how to round up a big crew around the dining room table. Her lasagna incorporates ground beef, sausage, pepperoni, AND fire roasted tomatoes!  

Find the recipe via Recipe-Diaries.com.

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SIDES

Padma Lakshmi’s Sauteed Zucchini with Ginger and Dill

While the holidays are always a time to indulge in rich, creamy comfort foods, don’t forget to put a little green on your plate! Padma Lakshmi’s sauteed zucchini will surely do the trick.

Find the recipe via Food and Wine. 

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Kris Jenner’s Sweet Potato Souffle

You can’t forget sweet potatoes! Try Kris Jenner’s sweet potato souffle–the Kardashian-Jenners say it’s not Thanksgiving or Christmas at home without this classic dish.

Find the recipe via Yahoo.

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Stanley Tucci’s Smashed Rosemary Potatoes

While mashed potatoes are the customary potato dish of the holidays, it’s always fun to try something new. Check out Stanley Tucci’s smashed potatoes with rosemary. They’ll surely put your average (and bland) potatoes to shame.

Find the recipe via People.com.

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Jessica Alba’s Roasted Brussel Sprouts

The star’s loves to roast her brussel sprouts in the oven with a little olive oil and salt–that’s it! Sometimes, less is more over the holidays.

Find the recipe via ABC’s Good Morning America.

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John Legend’s Macaroni and Cheese

We can’t imagine how great holiday meals must be at the Teigen-Legend home. Try the singer’s classic macaroni and cheese recipe for a sinful little side dish this year!

Find the recipe via Martha Stewart.

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DESSERTS

Michelle Obama’s Apple Cobbler

The first lady’s all about clean eating, but she loves to indulge every once in awhile! Use those apples from the fall harvest to make this flaky and gooey apple cobbler. And of course, don’t forget the ice cream!

Find the recipe via Popsugar.

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Lauren Conrad’s Pumpkin Crumble Baked Donuts

Pumpkin and donuts? Sign us up, ASAP. Serve Lauren Conrad’s crumbly donuts as a sweet pick-me-up.

Find the recipe via LaurenConrad.com.

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Joanna Gaines’s Homemade Churros

This holiday, add a little taste of Texas to your spread. The design star’s cinnamon-sugar churros will add a sweet and unexpected dish to your fall feast.

Find the recipe via Magnolia Market.

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Karlie Kloss’s Perfect 10 Cookies

The supermodel’s famous cookies are made with gluten-free oats, almonds, and mini chocolate chips. Whip them up for a guilt-free dessert option this season. And if you’re too lazy to make them yourself, you can always order a batch of the originals from Momofuko Milk Bar!

Find the recipe via SkinnyVanilla.com.