One of the best parts about this time of year has to be all the fun holiday foods that are coming in for the season: everything tastes like gingerbread, mulled wine, tree-shaped chocolates – you name it. , we are there for that. Some grocery stores tend to get a little more festive than others, and Whole Foods is one of them. Who wouldn’t think that adding a little bit of holiday spirit to meals and snacks is an essential part of celebrating throughout the holiday season – and if that means stocking up on a plethora of products you can find? you wouldn’t normally buy, when so be it.
Maybe you are like us and think that there really is no better time than the winter holidays, and the idea of having eggnog and Christmas cookies within reach. hand when you want it most fills you with all the comfortable vibes. If you’re looking to add seasonal snacks to your pantry, refrigerator, and bar, Whole Foods has a ton of options that won’t disappoint. Here’s what to look for on store shelves now.
Hot cocoa ice cream sandwiches
Just because it’s winter doesn’t mean we need to stop eating ice cream, but it does mean that our flavor preferences may change quite a bit. Rather than regular vanilla, try these limited edition hot chocolate ice cream sandwiches. Made by Whole Food’s 365 house brand, these treats have the flavor of seasonal ice cream sandwiched between two chocolate wafers on the outside. There are six in a box perfect to share or save for yourself.
Peppermint Whipped Topping
Move on, normal whipped cream, because peppermint has a moment right now. What better topping for a steaming mug of hot chocolate or Christmas morning pancakes than a snow-capped mountain of peppermint whipped topping? It doesn’t get more festive than that! Made by Whole Food’s 365 private label, this topper (in a 7-ounce can) would also go great on holiday pies.
Gingerbread Sandwich Creams
The only way imaginable to improve gingerbread cookies would be to add more frosting to them, which is why Whole Foods 365 Limited Edition Gingerbread Sandwich Creme Cookies are a must have. in the house during this holiday season. Just think of them as gingerbread Oreos – with two crispy, spicy cookies sandwiching a delicious vanilla custard. Leave them on a plate for Santa Claus or keep them all for yourself!
Gingerbread Cupcake and Cake Mix
If you’d rather bake your own holiday baking, try this spicy and rich gingerbread cake mix this season. Whether you’re baking a batch of gingerbread muffins, baking a big stack of flapjacks, or creating a seasonal cake with a little extra spice, this versatile baking mix is the perfect way to add a little festive touch to all kinds. of baked goods on this holiday. season.
Gnarly Head Old Vine Zinfandel
If you imagine yourself sipping a rich, spicy red wine by the fireplace, perhaps snuggled up in a cozy blanket, this Gnarly Head Zinfandel is a must-have to suit that mood. Embodying classic festive notes of plum and spice, this red wine offers cheerful, vibrant berry flavors with rich undertones. It’s perfect for sipping solo by the fireside or for the next holiday party.
Saint-Bernard Christmas Ale
If you love yourself a good seasonal beer, you will love this Christmas Ale. This iconic seasonal brew is everything we love about winter: it’s filling with a little sweetness. This draft is intensely dark with a slightly fruity flavor, which makes it perfect to enjoy after a long day of playing in the snow.