French toast is a widely adored breakfast staple, and in this recipe, Brandi Kolmer uses rich challah bread and the jam from the Portugal Box to turn the standard into the fantastic. We know what we’re having for breakfast tomorrow.
Blogger Hillary Reeves makes these delicate, cake-like puddings using simple syrup infused with tea. Then, she steams (rather than bakes) the batter in a large stockpot or dutch oven, ensuring that the Christmas pudding retains all of its moisture without drying out.
The Swedish julbock, or yule goat, is said to be an invisible spirit that ensures all holiday preparations are carried out properly. Bring the spirit of the julbock into your home with this fun, DIY felt ornament.
This Brazilian-inspired cocktail is sweetened with Bazzar’s açaí dessert sauce. Fruity and refreshing, Açaí Caipirinha is a gentle reminder of the upcoming summer months we’re all looking forward to. Make a larger batch to serve at a your New Year’s party later this month!
St. Lucia’s Day, a holiday celebrated in Scandinavia on December 13th, commemorates the girl who brought food to persecuted Christians in Rome many centuries ago. This is the legend of the real Lucia behind the holiday.
Known as the Festival of Lights, Hanukkah is a Jewish holiday that celebrates the rededication of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem. Read on to learn 8 fun facts about the holiday—one for each night.
In this Brazilian dessert similar to Italian tiramisu, butter cookies are layered with cream and the indulgent açaí dessert sauce from the Special Edition Holiday Box. While Pavê de Geléia is traditionally made with strawberry jam, we’re partial to this version with açaí that’s even sweeter than the classic.
Latkes, that food perhaps most readily associated with the holiday of Hanukkah, has a much longer and complicated history than you’d expect. Here, we use the olive oil from the Special Edition Holiday Box to make a batch.
We love this Scandinavian Breakfast Muesli recipe that features Biokia’s dried berries from Finland. It‘s a delicious, protein-rich breakfast that’s easy to mix into yogurt when you’re short on time in the morning.
Zeppole (or as they are sometimes affectionately called, zeppoli) are most often eaten in Italy on St. Joseph’s Day, a day of feasting that celebrates St. Joseph, a saint who saved Sicilians from famine in the Middle Ages. In this version of pistachio zeppoli, butter is partially subbed out for pistachio cream from Sicily.