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    Quote Originally Posted by desdemona View Post
    Pfeffernüsse. One of my best friends in high school was Dutch and she introduced me to them all the way back in year 7 and I have never had a Christmas without them since. So delicious.
    I think these are what I was thinking of

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    Thanks ladies! Keep them coming (either store bought or home made).

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    Quote Originally Posted by HearMeRoar View Post
    Thanks ladies! Keep them coming (either store bought or home made).
    Aldi always have a good selection of German Christmas food - in the centre aisle

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    Quote Originally Posted by SSecret Squirrel View Post
    Aldi always have a good selection of German Christmas food - in the centre aisle
    Yup! This is where is get German treats

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    Yes! I am so ready for Christmas treats!

    - white Christmas (with white chocolate instead of copha etc)
    - christmassy popcorn - cinnamon sugar, white chocolate and silver sprinkles, mixed with Xmas m and m's
    - homemade baileys (dairy free and extra coffee 😂)
    - Candy cane milkshakes
    - gingerbread thickshakes! Yum!
    - I make nuts and bolts as a Christmas only thing in our fam - it's like crack so I only make it once a year 😂
    - we make a gingerbread house to decorate, I made small ones so the kids each had one last year but it was way too much gingerbread so just one this year
    - sugar cookies for decorating

    There will be more I'm sure! I do this stuff all through december for having while we watch Christmas movies.

    Then all the actual Christmas day stuff, cinnamon scrolls, festive fruit platter, pavlova...

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    https://www.taste.com.au/recipes/whi...d-621f7b056bf3

    This slice is delicious! Super easy but still Christmasy with the ginger.

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    Fruit mince pies.

    Sorry, I'm old school

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenMama View Post
    Yes! I am so ready for Christmas treats!

    - white Christmas (with white chocolate instead of copha etc)
    - christmassy popcorn - cinnamon sugar, white chocolate and silver sprinkles, mixed with Xmas m and m's
    - homemade baileys (dairy free and extra coffee )
    - Candy cane milkshakes
    - gingerbread thickshakes! Yum!
    - I make nuts and bolts as a Christmas only thing in our fam - it's like crack so I only make it once a year
    - we make a gingerbread house to decorate, I made small ones so the kids each had one last year but it was way too much gingerbread so just one this year
    - sugar cookies for decorating

    There will be more I'm sure! I do this stuff all through december for having while we watch Christmas movies.

    Then all the actual Christmas day stuff, cinnamon scrolls, festive fruit platter, pavlova...
    Cinnamon sugar popcorn!!! Take my money!

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    We do salted caramel fudge, Ukrainian shortbread, some sort of ginger biscuit (this year I’m attempting to make my own Pfeffernüsse), licorice and pretzel rocky road, honeycomb, Christmas cake, sometimes mince pies. And now I want to add cinnamon popcorn

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    Quote Originally Posted by HubbleBubble View Post
    Cinnamon sugar popcorn!!! Take my money!
    😂😂😂 the absolute easiest and cheapest thing to make and it is SO festive!


 

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