Happy Holidays, Lindt Lovers! We’re decking the halls with LINDT-spiration to give your holiday a fun and festive feel all season long.
Decorate the Tree
Nothing says Christmas quite like a traditional tree. The fresh pine scent, the warm glow of twinkle lights, and who could forget the ornaments? A mix of timeless, sentimental and DIY ornaments will give everyone something to talk about as they gather around the tree. Learn how to make this quick and easy DIY Christmas Cone Ornament HERE.
Embrace the cold with something warm! This classic Swiss recipe will warm your hands and your heart this season. Add a dollop of whipped cream and a dusting of cocoa powder or cinnamon to the top for an extra special finishing touch. Get the recipe HERE.
Deep Dish White Peppermint Chocolate Cookie
Take chocolate cookies to a whole new level with this recipe from Two Peas & Their Pod. Lindt LINDOR White Chocolate Peppermint truffles take center stage in this dessert, made in individual ramekins to capture all of it’s smooth melting decadence. Get the recipe HERE.
Dress your door with LINDOR! A twist on the traditional Christmas wreath, red-wrapped milk chocolate LINDOR truffles are the perfect accent to adorn your front door that will have everyone at your Christmas party talking! Get the step-by-step instructions HERE.
Lindt Chocolate Bark
These magical bundles of joy are a wonderful favor to give to your guests at your holiday party, or wrapped up as gift for someone special. Easy to make as well as customize, these are sure to put a smile on any chocolate-lovers’ face! Can’t resist? Find the recipe HERE.
Tying the Perfect Bow
Once you’ve found the perfect gift, top it off with the perfect bow! Choose your favorite color ribbon and a Lindt mini novelty for an adorable and festive accent to any present. We have a step-by-step guide to tying the perfect bow HERE.
It goes without saying that some of the best holiday celebrations start with delicious cocktails and a Chocolate Lindtini is no exception. Replace the traditional olive garnish with a Lindt LINDOR truffle for an extra special finish! Find the recipe HERE.
Happy Little (Chocolate) Trees
Christmas fun for the whole family starts with these melt-in-your-mouth chocolate trees. Only 4 ingredients are needed for these treats and it’s a great way to get the kids involved in holiday preparations. They could also be used as a wonderfully edible decoration or addition to that gingerbread house. Want the recipe? You’re in luck HERE!
The piece de resistance – the LINDOR Chocolate Truffle Tree! Get yourself in the holiday spirit with this simple (and delicious) edible centerpiece. And with so many LINDOR truffle flavors to choose from, the color combinations are endless. Find the instructions to make your own HERE.
Learn how to make a similar one from Brandi Milloy of POPSUGAR HERE!
Milk Chocolate Maple Macadamia Nut Cookies
If you want to really impress Santa this year, skip the sandwich cookies and go with homemade. These Milk Chocolate Maple Macadamia Nut Cookies will be gone in a flash, irresistible to all, kids and Santa alike. Find the recipe HERE.
Whether you are decking the halls for a Christmas feast for fifty, or hosting an intimate celebration with your closest loved ones, Lindt USA wishes all of you a happy, healthy and joyous holiday season and new year!