Tortilla roll-ups in the shape of a Christmas tree

Let the Holiday Party season begin!

I hope you enjoy these Christmas goodies (thanks for the ideas, Pinterest!) and new HOLIDAY PRINTABLES that I created for a recent Christmas party.

I was hired to style a corporate Christmas party, and my partner (and chef extraordinaire) provided the catering.  I made the Enchanted Snowflakes printables collection that is now available in my Etsy shop.

Christmas party dessert table and tree

I used my 5×7″ Holiday Printable and made it a framed menu. You can also post it at your event and write a holiday greeting on it.

Menu with red background and snowflakes

The tortilla pinwheels in the shape of a Christmas tree was a fun project, and I kept altering the recipe as I went. So I posted the final result to my Recipes page, in case you want to make it as well.

Tortilla roll-ups in the shape of a Christmas tree

My business partner (and resident Foodie) told me that no one would eat a cheese ball, but several people told me that they loved it!

Cream Cheese in the shape of a Christmas gift

And notice the apothecary jar full of “Rudolph’s Spares” (actually cherry sours). I also had jars of red licorice (Darrell Lea of course) and cinnamon M&M’s as well as mint M&M’s.

apothecary jars full of red candy and labeled rudolphs spares

I got a LOT of requests for instructions on making these Santa Hat Pretzels. I know a lot of people love the salty + sweet snacks, but I don’t so I never tried them. But I did love the cute factor!

White-chocolate dipped pretzels that look like santa hats

Red Velvet Whoopie Cakes from Starbucks

 

holiday table red with white snowflakes

I also made Spiced Apple Cider Cookies during the party, because they must be eaten warm!

The hostess made Holiday Sangria, Christmas Chex Mix, and Pepper Jelly Cream Cheese, which were big hits as well.

Included in the Holiday Collection are Wine Tags, a Banner, gift/favor tags, and many other items not pictured in this party:

Printable Christmas Holiday items


Inspiration:

Pretzel Santa Hats idea from FreeFunChristmas
Cream Cheese ‘Gift’ dip recipe from FamilyFun
Pinwheel Christmas Tree idea heavily adapted from Real Mom Kitchen
Cranberry Bars recipe from Lovin In The Oven
Red Velvet Whoopie Cakes from Starbucks
Holiday Printables in Red or Blue from Renee’s Soirees

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