Christmas in July: Our top 10 food picks for 2021

Posted: 20 July 2021 11:30 am
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Red wine, Christmas pudding and vanilla custard, here's what you should be buying this Christmas in July.

When you think of an Australian Christmas, we can bet you think of sizzling summer barbeques and cold, refreshing drinks all day long. However, Christmas in July gives you the chance to celebrate the holiday with all things warm and toasty.

Not sure what to whip up in the kitchen? We're here to help.

If you're looking for the best festive treats to get you in the Christmas spirit this July, look no further than our top 10 picks.

Christmas Big Bonanza Mixed Red Wines
Christmas Big Bonanza Mixed Red Wines

If you're looking to stock up your collection of red wines, you can't go wrong with this multi-pack. It comes with 15 different picks, all inspired by the festive season.



Buy for $95

Christmas Pudding – Individually Wrapped
Christmas Pudding – Individually Wrapped

While we may all love Christmas pudding, let's be real, it tastes so much better in winter rather than summer. We think you're going to love this date and butterscotch flavour.



Buy for $39

Edible Santa Claus Face
Edible Santa Claus Face

Thinking of doing some baking this month? Don't forget to pick up these adorable Santa Claus faces. They're perfect for cakes, cupcakes and more.



Buy for $9

Assorted Belgium Chocolates
Assorted Belgium Chocolates

Whether you're treating yourself or gifting someone special in your life, we recommend picking up this assorted pack of delicious Belgium chocolates.



Buy for $31.50

Edible Wafer Christmas toppers
Edible Wafer Christmas toppers

If you're on the hunt for an edible dessert topper that's super soft and vibrant, we recommend this wafer option. You also get a selection of characters including Santa Clause and Rudolph.



Buy for $9.95

Christmas Tea Advent Calendar
Christmas Tea Advent Calendar

Settle down on the couch with a good movie, a warm blanket and a delicious cup of tea inspired by Christmas Day.



Buy for $22.95

Assortment of Christmas sprinkles
Assortment of Christmas sprinkles

We all know Christmas is the time for baking delicious treats. Once you've got a hold of adorable toppers, pick up an assortment of these super festive sprinkles.



Buy for $28.21

Well & Good Plant-based Vanilla Custard
Well & Good Plant-based Vanilla Custard

Avoiding dairy in your diet but still miss the taste of vanilla custard? Opt for a plant-based version like this one from Well & Good.



Buy for $9

Jack Daniel's Holiday Countdown Calendar
Jack Daniel's Holiday Countdown Calendar

Calling all Jack Daniel's lovers! This assortment pack provides you with a massive range of 24 different bottles to enjoy.



Buy for $148.88

Margaret Fulton Christmas Cookbook
Margaret Fulton Christmas Cookbook

While it's not technically a food item, this cookbook features a collection of Christmas favourites. If you're stuck in lockdown, there's no excuse to not whip something up in the kitchen.



Buy for $19.99

If you're interested, you can also check out our dedicated gift guide on the best Christmas in July presents under $150. We've also rounded up the ugliest Christmas sweaters that we think the whole family is going to absolutely love.


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