Christmas Gifting Ideas - Christmas Sweets and Desserts
The secret to having a Merry Christmas is eating a lot of sweets! Gift yourself and your loved ones some delectable desserts to spread the cheer. Theobroma has launched a whole range of Christmas desserts to help you make the most of this festival. Whether you’ve been naughty or nice, you’re welcome to enjoy and gift our sweet treats.
Here are Christmas dessert ideas to help you up your gifting game.
Happiness in a hamperIf you haven’t found the perfect Christmas gift yet, hampers stuffed with Christmas sweets are the perfect choice for you! All good things come in layers, and so do our hampers. You can choose from Theobroma’s Premium, Luxury, and Indulgence hampers. Each one contains a different selection of our favourite treats. Some of these Christmas desserts include ginger cookies, almond rocks, mini brownies, Christmas cake and Christmas tarts.
Assorted Christmas CupcakesWhen it comes to holiday gifting, it is sometimes best to put a festive spin on tried-and-true Christmas desserts. Gift your loved ones four of our most popular cupcake flavours – Chocolate, Red Velvet, Chocolate-Hazelnut and Vanilla-Blueberry. Each cupcake is decorated with Xmas motifs like reindeer, Santa’s hat, Christmas wreaths and lots more!
Classic Christmas CakeOn Christmas, you must have a slice of Christmas Cake! Theobroma’s Christmas Cake is a fruit cake made with macerated fruits, dates, prunes, orange peels, almonds and spices. It’s available in egg and eggless variants and in 350- and 750-gram options.
Get traditional with our Yule logThe Yule Log is one of the more unique Christmas desserts out there because it represents the wooden log that families in 19th century France would burn for prosperity, and good luck during the festive season. Our modern version of this dessert is made with chocolate mousse and is layered with a mixed berry compote and strawberry jelly. Not only is this a delicious festive treat, but it is also a good gift option for someone who enjoys the history of the festival!
Have a Holly Jolly Christmas!