The countdown to Christmas has begun, which means it’s time to start planning, especially because this year is looking slightly different!
We have got you covered if you are looking for a healthy, flavorful, and Delightful Christmas Recipes presentation to make this season!
Scroll through to see our favorite 10 Delightful Christmas Recipes that everyone is going to love!
BANANA Candy Cane
A candy cane is a cane-shaped stick candy often associated with Christmastide and Saint Nicholas Day. It is traditionally white with red stripes and flavored with peppermint, but it also comes in various flavors and colors.
This time, we want to make it with a different taste with simple ingredients but with a delightful look.
You will need to prepare a banana and strawberry and form it like a cane. Add some pomegranate seeds too! Easy as that, huh?
Caroling is an oral tradition passed down from generation to generation. The purpose is to share the stories and practices of Christmas in ways that can be enjoyed through passive listening and active participation in singing.
This year is different, and we hardly ever see our loved ones because of the pandemic, but this doesn’t mean that we forget this tradition that we used to enjoy.
So, let’s make carolers alive! We can prepare bananas as our caroler’s bodies, strawberries as their hats, and marshmallows and chocolate chips to emphasize the look. Don’t forget to add any black beans for their eyes!
Little Grape Carollers
Do you want to have another design of your carolers?
Of course, we got you covered! We made sure you have different design options, and yes, you can try grapes fruits instead of bananas, and it will still look perfect! Trust me!
Fresh Christmas Skew
Did you know that a regular intake of cucumber has been found to decrease bad cholesterol and blood sugar levels as well?
This pandemic made me realize that it is essential to invest in our health. So to make this Christmas healthier, I have included cucumber and cherry tomatoes to create a fresh Christmas skew.
We do not need junk foods to create attractive Christmas recipes.
Santa Snack Board
Snack boards should not only be gorgeous, but they should also be healthy!
It’s one of my favorites.
To make Santa, extent your favorite plain spread onto a round, lipped white plate and place it in the center of the board. Press two large black olives for his eyes, a cherry tomato for his nose, and a top of red bell pepper for his smile (your choice).
To make his hat, layer pomegranate seed above the plate toward the top right corner of the board, then add mini balls to the top of his hat. Line the bottom of the hat with mini balls, which will be the top of the spread-covered plate.
Arrange cauliflower for Santa’s beard, mustache, and eyebrows. Place the remaining black olives at the bottom of the board or cherry tomatoes.
Finish by filling the board with cherry tomatoes, broccoli, and club mango.
Kiwi Fruit Christmas Tree
We all love Christmas, and what is one of the main focal points of Christmas? The Christmas Tree, of course!
This time, we will be making a Christmas Tree that we are allowed to eat.
To do this, we need to peel the kiwi carefully, reserving the skin. Cut the kiwi into a round and half slices.
Arrange the slices into a tree shape by placing two pieces back to back on the plate. The straight, cut edge should be facing out. Repeat underneath with another two slices and then again with the final two slices.
Form the pomegranate seeds into star to place at the top of the tree. Cut out a “pot” for the tree using the kiwi peel and place it at the tree’s base.
Greeny Christmas Tree
Do you want another design option for your Christmas Tree?
We make another great Christmas Tree design idea on a vegetable platter. This is the most healthier version.
So, how to make a greeny Christmas Tree?
You will need plenty of broccoli; this makes up the tree. You can also use green cauliflower (romanesco), celery, or even asparagus if you’d like. Form a tree trunk using the stalk of the broccoli. Add cherry tomatoes for its ornaments. You can also use carrots cut into rounds, cheese, red peppers, grapes, or olives.
We will need yellow peppers and cut them into small long strips, and overlapping them creates an image of a star. You can also make this from any other yellow vegetables like zucchini or fruits like pineapple or mango.
And for the last touch, you will need a cauliflower; this is the snow underneath our Christmas tree vegetable platter (your choice). It may be hard to replace with other vegetables, but you can substitute with popcorn or do not include it at all. It would still look nice.
Bounteous Christmas Tree
I bought a lot of kiwi fruit this season, so I made sure I could use all of them.
So, I decided to create another Christmas Tree as we all know this is the symbol and the star of Christmas.
I added plenty of kiwi fruit to this recipe and formed it like a Christmas Tree. There is no guilt here as this is fresh fruit, so you don’t need to worry about your health.
Add a tiny pomegranate seed to look perfect!
KIWI Christmas Circle Garlands
Christmas garland is one of those decorations that ties a look together, filling out a lot of space with beautiful greenery and serving as a platform for lights or other ornaments. This type of decor is a natural complement to trees and is available in dozens of synthetic forms, like firs, pines, or spruces.
This year, we will need only kiwi fruits and strawberries to make Christmas Garlands.
After cutting the fruits, you will need to form them in a circle and create a ribbon from the strawberries!
Remember, we have created several Christmas Trees? Of course, we can’t skip Santa’s hat!
In this last recipe — we will need to make his Santa hat! You will need plenty of pomegranates and form them hat-shaped. Cut cucumber and add in underneath and top of the hat.
Worried you can’t eat it? Of course, after the presentation, you will need to keep it and add this to one of your other dish recipes too! Cool, isn’t it?
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Have a Joyous Christmas, everyone! 🙂
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