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13 Delicious Ways To Say "Merry Christmas" With Food

If you don't know what to buy, bake! Make all your food famous with fresh ingredients from Woolworths.

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1. Candy Cane Bark

Turn regular white chocolate and some candy canes into something really special (then take all the credit). Recipe here.
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Turn regular white chocolate and some candy canes into something really special (then take all the credit). Recipe here.

2. Cherry Almond Shortbread

Spice up your shortbread with glacé cherries and slivered almonds (or anything you want really). Recipe here.
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Spice up your shortbread with glacé cherries and slivered almonds (or anything you want really). Recipe here.

3. Hot Chocolate Spoons

Pair this hot chocolate spoon with a festive mug for an extra-special gift. Recipe here.
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Pair this hot chocolate spoon with a festive mug for an extra-special gift. Recipe here.

4. Gingerbread Bunting

Once you have the gingerbread dough down pat, you can make these into any shape you want. The sky's the limit! (Well actually no, your cookie cutters are.) Recipe here.
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Once you have the gingerbread dough down pat, you can make these into any shape you want. The sky's the limit! (Well actually no, your cookie cutters are.) Recipe here.

5. Fudge

You only need five ingredients to make this simple but delicious fudge. Recipe here.
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You only need five ingredients to make this simple but delicious fudge. Recipe here.

6. White Chocolate Crackles

Give your friends a taste of their childhood for Christmas with this ~fancy~ grown-up version of chocolate crackles. Recipe here.
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Give your friends a taste of their childhood for Christmas with this ~fancy~ grown-up version of chocolate crackles. Recipe here.

7. Biscuit Mix in a Jar

A perfect present for the friend who likes to cook (also great if you have a habit of burning cookies). Recipe here.
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A perfect present for the friend who likes to cook (also great if you have a habit of burning cookies). Recipe here.

8. Pudding Biscuits

This biscuit recipe is fairly simple, so you can spend more time decorating! Recipe here.
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This biscuit recipe is fairly simple, so you can spend more time decorating! Recipe here.

9. Christmas Muffins

If you could eat Christmas Day, we're fairly sure it would taste like these muffins. Recipe here.
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If you could eat Christmas Day, we're fairly sure it would taste like these muffins. Recipe here.

10. Star Biscuit Tree

These bickies will get you an A+ for presentation, especially if you buy a nice decorative plate and give it as part of your gift. Recipe here.
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These bickies will get you an A+ for presentation, especially if you buy a nice decorative plate and give it as part of your gift. Recipe here.

11. Choc-caramel Tarts

You really can't go wrong with chocolate and caramel. Just try not to eat the entire batch while baking. Recipe here.
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You really can't go wrong with chocolate and caramel. Just try not to eat the entire batch while baking. Recipe here.

12. Joy Biscuits

You can use this classic recipe to make biscuits in any shape you want. Recipe here.
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You can use this classic recipe to make biscuits in any shape you want. Recipe here.

13. Chocolate Cake in a Mug

Cakes taste best when eaten fresh. So package up the dry ingredients for these mini chocolate cakes and let the lucky recipient do the rest! Recipe here.
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Cakes taste best when eaten fresh. So package up the dry ingredients for these mini chocolate cakes and let the lucky recipient do the rest! Recipe here.

Say "Merry Christmas" with food this year with fresh ingredients from Woolworths.