The Christmas Diet

Can you guess the popular Christmas food or drink?
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Last updated: March 13, 2013
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Thick, creamy alcoholic beverage.
Gobble, gobble.
What goes inside ^
Stuffing / Dressing
Typically made into edible little men, women, and houses.
The thigh, hind leg, or buttocks.
Dessert; can be chocolate chip, peanut butter, oatmeal, etc.
Spice drink that can be served hot or cold (it's like a pie in a cup.)
Apple Cider
Tart, red, jelly-like substance.
Cranberry Sauce
Can be made into a delicous casserole with melted marshmallows.
(Candied) Sweet Potatoes
A yellow "vegetable" (though botanically, they are considered a fruit.) Shares its name with a sport.
Striped, minty candy.
Candy Cane
Type of pie popular with both Christmas and Thanksgiving; the ingredient in it is also popular with Halloween.
Pumpkin Pie
Eat it with a fork or by scraping it with your front teeth.
Probably the most popular drink of cold weather; sweet; mini-marshmallows optional.
Hot Chocolate
Eaten in the morning; can be composed of your optional ingredients (most include such as : eggs, bread, sausage, bacon, cheese, etc.)
Breakfast Casserole
Very sweet, soft dessert (usually chocolate flavored); often kept cold.
They roast over an open fire.
Originally chopped meat mixed with dried fruits, sugar, and spices; meat is no longer used at all, what we know this food by today is made entirely from fruits, sugar, alcohol
Dessert associated with a song; spice cake made with figs and walnuts.
Figgy Pudding
Level 63
Jun 13, 2014
Breakfast Casserole? This is just a bad one. And there is nothing Christmassy about corn.