Today we take a break from our usual Multicultural Meal Plan Mondays to bring you delicious holiday recipes from around the world. Enjoy!
You can find more holiday ideas on our Christmas, Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa Pinterest boards.
Cardamon & Clementine Biscuits and Gingerbread Marshmallows from the piri-piri lexicon
Honey Spice Cookies from Slovakia from Kid World Citizen
Spicy Ginger Cookies from the Netherlands (“Speculaas” – pictured above) and Spicy Nut Cookies (“Pepernoten”) from Kid World Citizen
German “Googly Eye” Cookies (“Kulleraugen”) from Kid World Citizen
You can also try these Bulgarian Christmas Cookies from Creative World of Varya
Christmas Crescent Cookies from Glittering Muffins
You also won’t want to miss their round up of 50+ Christmas recipes from all over the world!
Sugar-Glazed Pecans from All Done Monkey
Lest you think that all holiday recipes must be for desserts, here are several to consider for your family meal:
Potato Latkes for Chanukkah from Kid World Citizen
Swedish Christmas ham (“Julskinka”) from Glittering Muffins
Discovering the World Through My Son’s Eyes shares a typical celebration of Noche Buena (Christmas Eve) in Puerto Rico, with traditional dishes like arroz con gandules, guineos en escabeche, flan, and the roast pork pictured above.
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I love trying out Christmas cookies from other countries – I’ll be checking these out!
Valerie @Glittering Muffins says
Great post! Thanks for including us 🙂
It’s not to late to link up with November’s Creative Kids Cultural Blog Hop! http://toddlefast.blogspot.com/search/label/Creative%20Kids%20Culture%20Blog%20Hop Our next blog hop will be December 15th.
Will Kenderdine says
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