Bullfrog’s 2018 Holiday Recipe Guide
Happy Holidays from Bullfrog Power! In the second of our three-part series, we asked bullfrogpowered businesses for suggestions on holiday recipes for your next party or family meal. Check them out below, and keep an eye out next week for a new blog post with more helpful tips for the holidays!
Gingersnap Cookie Smoothie
Courtesy of VEGA
Eating cookies for breakfast might not be the best nutritional choice, but this smoothie, courtesy of VEGA, might be the next best thing. VEGA’s Gingersnap Cookie Smoothie has a rich gingersnap taste that makes it a perfect way to start your day.
Holiday Cinnamon Buns
Courtesy of Egg Farmers of Canada
This cinnamon bun recipe from Egg Farmers of Canada is a sweet, fluffy and sticky treat that will find itself at the top of everyone’s wish list.
Lamb’s Wool Maple Glazed Ham
Courtesy of Beau’s
This holiday season, try this maple glaze made with Beau’s Lamb’s Wool. By Beau’s suggestion, the glaze is best used on ham, butternut squash, carrots or tofurkey. Pick up a Lamb’s Wool where you normally buy your Beau’s beer, and get cooking!
Minty Meringue Snowflakes
Courtesy of Burnbrae Farms
These delicate, snow-white cookies, brought to us by bullfrogpowered Burnbrae Farms, will add a festive touch to any cookie tray.
The Coastal Perfect Storm
Courtesy of Faculty Brewing and Ironworks Distillery
This recipe, submitted by bullfrogpowered customers Faculty Brewing in Vancouver and Ironworks Distillery in Nova Scotia, adds a hint of spice to your holiday and New Year’s cocktails this season. This simple but delicious drink features Faculty Brewing’s Ginger Saison and Ironworks Bluenose Dark Rum.
2 oz. Ironworks Bluenose Dark Rum
1/2 oz. Fresh lime juice
4 oz. Faculty Brewing 314
1 Lime Wheel
Ice to serve
Combine rum, beer and lime juice in a Collins glass with ice. Stir, then garnish with a lime wedge. Enjoy!
Bonus: Chefs Talk What Makes Winter Dining Special
Courtesy of Unilever Canada
In some parts of the country, it will be time to bundle. But for others, like California and Florida, is there really a “winter” season at all? While the colder regions are gearing up for comfort foods and winter classics, do consumers’ tastes change in warmer climate regions as well? In this Q&A, Chef Rob Wallauer and Chef Jason Binder give their unique perspectives on wintertime in restaurants.