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20 Treats to Brighten Your Holidays

December 9, 2021 by Emma Clapper, MBA

Merry Christmas and happy holidays from the Employers Health team! This year we’ve curated a delicious holiday treat guide and soundtrack of some of our favorite holiday songs to listen to as you prep for the holidays. Get to know some of our team as you scroll through their favorite recipes while listening to their favorite holiday songs.

The Classics

From fun sugar cookies to homemade fudge, you can’t go wrong with any of these classics. They’ll be a great option to send in a holiday platter to friends, family, neighbors or coworkers!

Holiday Sugar Cookie – Jay WitheeExplore recipe  

Peanut Butter Blossoms – Grant Goff – Explore recipe 

Gingerbread Cookie – Brett PinsonExplore recipe

Homemade Fudge – Matt HarmanExplore recipe 

Chocolate Chip Cookie – Josh PedrozoExplore recipe 

Holiday M&M Cookies – Hannah WhiteselExplore recipe 

Snowball Cookie – Tori SinclairExplore recipe 

Unique Treats

Make your holidays extra merry and bright with these unique treats.  Don’t be shy, give these a try and maybe you’ll find new favorites to add to your holiday cookie trays.

Chocolate Cherry Cookie – Nathaniel NeadingExplore recipe

Peanut Candy Bar Cake – Mark VilliloExplore recipe 

Pizzelles – Michael EllExplore recipe 

Pralines – Coral Snow-FergusonExplore recipe 

Roasted Chestnuts… on an open fire – Kevin WenceslaoExplore recipe 

Holiday Cake Pops – Zach HostetlerExplore recipe 

Dutch Apple Pie – Travis JohnsExplore recipe 


When you’re in a crunch and looking for a crunch we have you covered! These recipes are a great option when you need a quick and easy treat. If baking isn’t your forte, you’ll be sure to impress friends and family with these recipes.

Carmel Corn – Kelly DiNardoExplore recipe 

Puppy Chow – Brooke KnollmanExplore recipe 

Christmas Chex Mix – Taylor NervoExplore recipe 

Festive Drinks

Deck the halls with our favorite holiday drinks! They’re the perfect companion while you’re warming up next to the fire, or if you need an extra boost to get those presents wrapped and under the tree.

Peppermint Mocha – Devon FerianceExplore recipe 

Christmas Poinsettia Punch – Emily ClevengerExplore recipe 

Egg Nog – Madison SimmonsExplore recipe 

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