“This is a sponsored post in partnership as a Mambo Blogger Affiliate and Back to Nature foods. All opinions are my own.”
Can you believe it? In 9 days it will be Christmas!! My children have been so excited this holiday season and I have to admit I’m pretty excited myself. Christmas is my favorite holiday for so many reasons not to mention all of the fun traditions we do every year as a family.
Every Christmas Eve we have a small family gathering and everyone brings a snack or two with them. We don’t have a large meal that evening but instead we have finger sandwiches, a veggie platter, crackers, cookies and whatever else someone may bring. This year Back to Nature foods are making it easier for me to entertain my guests without having to cook! It’s a win-win situation! 😉
Back to Nature makes many different products including Cookies, Crackers, Cereal, Granola, Nuts, Trail Mix, Soups and Juice. Not only are their products great-tasting but they have also achieved Non GMO Project Verification on over 70 products. Non GMO foods are something I look for when feeding my family, so their products are awesome in my opinion.
Another tradition we do as a family since we have young children is to leave cookies out for Santa. When I was a child I always loved placing a few cookies and a glass of milk out on Christmas Eve. It was really fun to find that the cookies had nibbles in them and the milk had disappeared.
Since the Back to Nature cookies are soo yummy our children thought it would be a fun idea to leave Santa some Fudge Mint and Peanut Butter Crème cookies this year. I think it’s a great idea. 😉
A new tradition that we are going to do this year on Christmas Eve is make the reindeer a snack as well. I’m assuming if Santa likes to have a little snack on his travels, the reindeer might get hungry as well.
Back to Nature Reindeer Food
- Back to Nature Non-GMO Jumbo Cashews
- Organic Rolled Oats
- All Natural Non-GMO Raspberry Licorice
- Glitter (optional)
The Reindeer food of course can be placed in almost anything, a bowl, sandwich bag or a small gift box. I had found this (shown above) cute little reindeer box at the store and thought how cute and how perfect. I have made up some printable labels below that can be added to whatever package you may use for the reindeer food. I was going to place the label in the box but as it turns out the ears on the reindeer hold the label perfectly, hehe.
To print your free Reindeer Food labels Click HERE. There is a couple different ones to choose from and if you want to make each individual reindeer their own little bag you can print this a couple of times to have enough.
To learn more about Back to Nature foods visit backtonaturefoods.com.
What sorts of holiday traditions does your family have? Tell me in the comments below. 😉