Tag Archives: christmas

Snowman Pasta

The holidays may be over, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t a reason to celebrate! Celebrate the winter season with this Snowman Pasta! Includes snowman and snowflake shapes.

Chocolate Reindeer Poop

Reindeer Poop! Don’t worry, it’s actually just chocolate covered raisins. Merry Christmas!

Fruit Cake

Everyone’s favorite holiday treat! The fruit cake! Fruit Cake is a cake made with chopped candied fruit and/or dried fruit, nuts, and spices.

Christmas Pudding

A traditional British pudding served at Christmas dinner! The Christmas Pudding is made of dried fruits and flavored with cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, ginger, and other spices and then aged for up to a year.

Peppermint Oreos

Oreo Peppermint Sandwich Cookies! They made the white stuff red!

Wasabi Gift Box

Hai! The Ultimate Wasabi Lover’s Gift Set Includes 5 Wasabi flavored items: Toothpaste, Gumballs, Candy, Exploding Candy and Candy Canes!

Chocolate Zombie Santa

Tis the season for . . . brains? This solid Chocolate Zombie Santa makes a great stocking stuffer for the zombie lover in your life.

Gravy Flavored Candy Canes

Good gravy! These Accoutrements Gravy Candy Canes belong on every holiday table!

Candy Cane Spoons

Edible spoons! These Candy Cane Spoons are made entirely of peppermint hard candy just like candy canes. So you might want to let your soup cool a bit first so they don’t melt!

Mistletoe Herb Tea

Mistletoe isn’t just for kissing under! You can drink it too! Mistletoe Herb Tea may also help support blood pressure levels, inflammation, varicose veins, ulcers, swelling, epilepsy and stuff like that.

Krampus Candy Canes

Who is Krampus? The Anti-Santa Claus who punishes bad children instead of rewarding the good children. But a guy who has Cinnamon Flavored Candy Canes can’t be all bad, can he?

Peppermint Pig

The tradition of the Peppermint Pig started in the 1880s in Saratoga Springs, New York. These pigs are made of hard peppermint candy, just like candy canes. They represent good health, happiness, and prosperity. When families gathered together at Christmas, the tradition was to break the Peppermint Pig after dinner using a miniature hammer. They would then share in eating the sweet candy pieces, hoping for good fortune in the coming year. Make the Peppermint Pig part of your holiday tradition!

Sugar Cookie Flavored Pringles

The taste of the classic holiday cookie on a potato chip! Sugar Cookie Flavored Pringles are a sweet and crunchy treat! Get them while they last!

Christmas Corn Chips

Your Christmas party won’t be complete without these Xochitl Red and Green Christmas Tortilla Chips!

Gummy Gingerbread Men

Tis the season for Gingerbread! These Gummi Gingerbread Men Candies have the flavor of Gingerbread cookies in a convenient candy form!