Check Out These Holiday Foods At Starbucks

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By Cooking Panda

Starbucks is featuring a whole menu of festive holiday food this year, so even if you’re working from the coffee shop, you can still indulge in heavenly holiday treats.

Here’s a list of what you can expect to see:

All the Trimmings Breakfast Sandwich

This sandwich is made with maple-glazed ham, an apple sausage patty, apple-sage stuffing and maple glaze on a buttered bun. If you’re in Seattle, Florida or California you should look for it in your neighborhood Starbucks locations. The rest of us are out of luck!

Carved Ham, Egg and Swiss Breakfast Sandwich

Again we start with maple-glazed ham (because it’s so good!), but this time we’ll have Swiss cheese and egg on a croissant for breakfast. This would actually be great any time of year.

Holiday Turkey and Stuffing Panini

Just what it sounds like! Turkey and stuffing (cranberry herb stuffing, that is) and turkey gravy on focaccia. Perfect for when you couldn’t get any of the leftovers from the holiday party.

Cranberry Bliss Bar

If you’re feeling more of a sweet craving, try the Cranberry Bliss Bar. It’s a blondie bar with cream cheese icing, dried cranberries and a drizzle of orange zest. It should definitely pair well with a nice coffee this season.

Frosted Snowman Cookie

Relevant as long as the weather is chilly, this is a shortbread cookie decorated with white chocolate icing to look like a snowman. What more do we need to know?

Gingerbread Loaf

Nothing says winter like gingerbread snacks. This spice cake is made with candied ginger and topped with vanilla icing. I think I’d pair it with a nice hot chai to warm up!

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Peppermint Brownie and Snowman Cake Pops

If you’re a cake pop fan you’ll love these new holiday flavors. The peppermint brownie version is made of chocolate peppermint cake mixed with buttercream and candy cane pieces, all coated in white chocolate. The snowman version is made of vanilla cake and coated with chocolate icing and a happy snowman face!

Don’t forget to pair these treats with your favorite seasonal Starbucks drinks!

Sources: Brand Eating / Photo Credit: Brand Eating

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