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8 Christmas Chocolate Nuts

Posted on October 3rd, 2022
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Written By Sam Henselijn

Christmas Chocolate Nuts. The holiday season is for sharing special meals with your loved ones. Go ahead and load up your plate a second time – no one will judge you… Christmas dinner traditions are different around the world. Enjoy these 8 Christmas chocolate nuts this Holiday season!

In Italy, there’s the “feast of the sevens fishes”. In Puerto Rico, the celebration is often centered around a whole roast suckling pig called lechon.

Australia, Christmas is synonymous with a seafood extravaganza, cooked on the barbie, of course. In Sweden, you’ll find cured salmon, pickled herring, meatballs and paté. At Christmastime in Colombia, you’ll find the traditional buñuelos –  fried balls of queso fresco and corn flour. In the Czech Republic, the big dinner usually begins with a fish soup, followed by a main course that generally consists of fried carp and potato salad.

Here in the United States, we’ve certainly got a few favorites. According to a 2020 survey, turkey’s the main event for 73% of us. The next popular contenders are prime rib (69%), roast beef (66%), steak (65%), chicken (64%), roast pork (64%) and ham (62%). And we can’t forget about the sides: Americans love their sweet potatoes (61%), macaroni and cheese (61%), scalloped potatoes (61%), green beans (58%) and some kind of cheese (57%). 

But there are exceptions to the rule. Regional meals offer diversity. The Upper Midwest is fond of dishes from Scandinavian backgrounds, like lutefisk and mashed rutabaga or turnip. In Virginia, there’s oysters, ham pie, and biscuits – a nod to its English 17th century founders. In the South, it’s not uncommon to serve rice instead of potatoes. 

But that’s not all: in many families, you’ll still find unshelled walnuts, pecans, and other nuts in the bottom of gift stockings. For most of the country, roasting chestnuts and snacking on fresh nuts is a Christmas tradition.

Chocolate Nuts for Christmas 

We’re firmly on the side of those Americans who always have a nut mix on their holiday table. So here are some of our team’s favorite treats for the season: 

Holiday TriColor Almonds 

Share the warmth of the season with your friends and family. We

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guarantee they’ll love these tricolor almonds! We coat premium quality almonds in chocolate. Later, they’re given a glossy finish with a red, white and green glaze for an extra festive look. 

Eggnog Almonds

When you try these, prepare for your tastebuds to be assaulted by the unmistakable aroma of the Holidays. You can’t go wrong with eggnog flavored almonds! They’re crunchy and sweet, with a lovely hint of nutmeg. 

Candy Cane Almonds 

These candy cane almonds not only look incredible, but they’re pretty tasty too. Think whole almonds coated in velvety white chocolate then rolled into crushed pepperminty candy cane… Simply divine. 

Pumpkin Pie Almonds 

Nope, we refuse to accept pumpkin spice as a fall-only flavor. If

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you think about it, what could be more christmassy than spiced nuts? Not much, right? We thought so too… That’s why we developed these roasted pumpkin pie almonds: they’re dipped in white chocolate with a dash of cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, and cloves. They taste like the warmest of hugs. 

Milk Chocolate Caramels 

These bite size milk chocolate caramels are incredibly popular amongst our staff. And rightly so. Rich and buttery milk chocolate rounds are filled with caramel to create an irresistible treat. 

Rose Cordials

Sparkles are always appropriate, especially for Christmas. These rose cordials are not just beautiful and festive, though. They are positively addictive and made with dark chocolate and a delicate rose flavored center (alcohol-free!). Pure elegance. 

Prosecco Cordials

These sparkling prosecco cordials basically scream ‘Holidays’!

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What’s not to love about dark chocolate cordials filled with a Prosecco flavored liquid center? (They’re alcohol-free btw). 

Enjoy the above 8 Christmas chocolate covered nuts. They will guarantee to bring an extra chocolately vibe to your Christmas!

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