Twelve Days of Christmas: With Some Culinary Flair

December 3, 2015

Right now we’re knee-deep in shopping, but we’re cheery and thrilled to be getting ready for the next round of holidays. Christmas is just a hop, jump and skip away, so why not join the merry festivities and get in on the fun! The “Twelve Days of Christmas” may be a traditional song and holiday book, but this year, make it a unique culinary game. For this version of Twelve Days of Christmas, switch out the geese-a-laying, maids-a-milking and all the rest for delicious recipes and treats!

Beware – everyone will want in on this fun game, so if you really want to take things to the next level, throw a party where everyone brings their designated numbered food item. Check out our Twelve Days of Christmas list below + corresponding recipes or frozen products (simple to assemble and easy to eat) that best pair with the theme.Cranberry Chutney Crostini

  1. Pie for slicing: Blueberry Pie with Greek Vanilla Yogurt Toppings Bar
  2. Toasts for topping: Cranberry Chutney Crostini
  3. Peppers for popping: Spicy Jalapeno Poppers
  4. Eggnog Cream PuffsDrinks for sipping: Orange Holiday Punch
  5. Pastries for tasting: Eggnog Cream Puffs pre-made from Delizza Patisserie
  6. Chocolate dipped fruits for chomping: Strawberry Dippers fresh as fresh from Dole
  7. Chips with dip for crunching: Spinach & Artichoke DipKale Pesto Deviled Eggs
  8. Deviled eggs for devouring: Kale Pesto Deviled Eggs
  9. Shrimp for dipping: Plum Crazy Shrimp already prepared from Margaritaville Seafood
  10. Tots for tasting: Loaded Tater Tots
  11. Nuts for nibbling: Sweet ‘N Spicy Trail Mix
  12. Trifles for indulging: Apple Pie Trifle


Which part of our Twelve Days of Christmas food list is your favorite? Let us know in the comments below and have a festive holiday season!

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