Twelve Days of Christmas – Day #9
You asked for Food Gifts for family, friends, neighbors, and teachers. Here is the first one.
This one is the easiest ever. It’s colorful, nutritious, simple, and provides a great snack for these busy days ahead of us! Who needs all the sweets that are usually given out in abundance during this time of year?
Sweet and Nutty Mix
Dried cranberries or cherries (because they are red)
Pepitas (pumpkin seeds -because they are green)
Dry roasted almonds (because they are good)
Place in a clear food bag and tie with a decorative ribbon. Add a small decorative spoon if you want to give more.
NOTE: You can find pepitas sometimes in the produce section near the other nuts. I bought these at Sprouts in the bulk bins. But, look for them at any grocery store in the bulk bins. These are unsalted, but there is that option.
Stay tuned for the week ahead: Gingerbread, Lentil Soup, Gingerbread Pancakes, and more food gifts!
Register to WIN!
*Winner Announced 12/24
*See below on how to enter.
What: Free Mini Cooking Clinic “New Year, New Foods!”
Where: Twin Lakes Family YMCA, Cedar Park, TX
When: Friday, January 4th, 2013 9:30am – 12:00pm
Who: Kids (ages 4-11) Your child, grandchild, niece, nephew, neighbor, friend.
*Register your kids for this cooking clinic while they are still out of school!
This very cute Chef Nutcracker!
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2. Comment on Facebook about one of your Family’s Traditional Holiday Foods.
3. Comment under this post.
Extra Entry Point:
If you refer a friend and that friend likes us on Facebook. Make sure your friend comments on Facebook and gives your name so that you receive credit.
Winner will be selected via Random.org on 12/24/12.