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When the sounds of classic carols fill the air, the holidays are definitely in full swing. This year, go a step further and celebrate the spirit of the season with delicious recipes inspired by much-loved classic tunes. You’ll be laughing – and enjoying these treats – all the way.

Jingle Bells

Done dashing through the snow? Jingle all the way home to warm up over mugs of Maple Caramel Cider. A hot toddy blend of holiday spices with a splash of bourbon, this cocktail is all about making spirits bright.

It’s Beginning to Look a Lot like Christmas

Decorate the house for the holidays… with Christmas songs playing in the background and the scent of Candy Cane Brownies in the oven. These brownies are sweet rewards with chocolate chips in every bite and white frosting covered with crushed candy-cane pieces. It’s beginning to look – and taste – a lot like Christmas.

Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer

The most famous reindeer of all inspires a signature holiday party cocktail, with our Irish Cream & Espresso Martini. This rich and creamy chilled drink is garnished with whipped cream, black licorice for “ears” and “eyes,” and a cranberry “nose.”

Frosty the Snowman

If you don’t feel like building a snowman outside, make these yummy and fun Marzipan Snowmen inside. They are chocolate chip-topped treats that take just 30 minutes. And everyone in the family can help build this one too.

The Christmas Song

Like chestnuts roasting on an open fire, our Sweet Chestnut Sauce helps to make the season bright. For an extra special holiday brunch, top homemade pancakes with this classic French-inspired sauce.

White Christmas

If you’re dreaming of a White Christmas, share this succulent Orange & White Chocolate Cheesecake with friends and family. Decorated with DIY piped dark chocolate shapes, it’s a dreamy, creamy dessert that will make your days merry and bright.

Let It Snow

Snowy nights are the perfect time to enjoy Candy Cane & Cranberry Caramel Popcorn. This easy-to-prepare recipe is fun to make with the kids and even more fun to eat.  Snuggle together under a blanket, put on your favourite holiday film, and let it snow.

The 12 Days of Christmas

On the first day of Christmas, Parm Baked Pears with Ice Wine Syrup was on the menu. In fact, these succulent spiced pears baked in buttery brown sugar and topped with nutty Parmigiano Reggiano are a wonderful way to finish a special meal with family and friends – on any day of the Christmas holidays.


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