Gourmet Omnom Chocolate From Iceland For Christmas & All Winter Long

Omnom, the delightful Icelandic chocolate line that was our recent Top Pick Of The Week, has a special holiday collection of three bars—dark, milk and white chocolate—that are a treat for the chocolate lover. The Winter Collection draws inspiration from Icelandic festive traditions. Packaged in Omnom’s stunning artwork, as are all the bars, (we think…
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Christmas Cookie Recipes For National Cookie Day

December 4th is National Cookie Day, and it’s also the time when happy bakers are whipping up dozens of Christmas cookies. Here’s a roundup of some of our favorite recipes, below. But first…     THE HISTORY OF CHRISTMAS COOKIES Modern Christmas cookies can trace their history to recipes from medieval northern European biscuits (cookies),…
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Eggnog Cream Pie Recipe & More Eggnog Recipes For Christmas & New Year’s

[1] Creamy eggnog pie. The recipe is below (photo © Taste Of Home). [2] Store-bought eggnog can be found in conventional versions as well as with plant milks (photo © Kemps). [3] Eggnog French toast. Here’s the recipe (photo © Driscolls). [4] Spiced eggnog cheesecake. Here’s the recipe (photo © Charlie Palmer Holidays). [5] How…
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Cookie Pop & Candy Pop Limited-Edition Holiday Flavors

How about some whole-grain, fiber-filled snacking for the holidays? Sure, there are chocolate and sugar involved; but Cookie Pop and Candy Pop are not empty calories like many holiday treats. They’re based on popcorn, a whole-grain food with these benefits. But yes, they are a sugary snack. We love them! We can’t stop munching away…
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Hanukkah Cocktail Recipe (Or Is that Chanukah?): A Blue Daiquiri

[1] Blue Winter Daiquiri, the perfect color for Hanukkah, rimmed with decorating sugar (both photos © Kōloa Rum). [2] Kōloa white rum is one of seven rum expressions, plus three bottled rum cocktails.   Spell it Hanukkah or Chanukah, the Festival of Lights began last night. You don’t have to be Jewish to enjoy this…
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