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What do people from different countries eat to celebrate Christmas? Check out eight most mouthwatering Christmas foods from around the world:

1. Stollen – Germany


Stollen is Germany’s famous cake, and Christmas is not complete without having the cake on the table. The tasty Christmas food is basically a fruitcake with dried fruits, nuts and spices. What about the white colour you see on the top of the cake? It is confectioners’ sugar.

2. Ceia de Natal – Brazil


The Christmas food in the picture above looks substantial and extremely appetising, right? Who does not want to have Ceia de Natal served at their table on Christmas? It’s Christmas, a proper time to have a turkey feast for celebration.

3. Chicken bones candy – Canada


It’s not chicken inside the candy, it’s creamy milk chocolate. The chicken bones candies are actually cinnamon tootsie roll pops that are loved by almost everyone, both children and adults.

4. Lampreia de Ovos – Portugal


This Christmas food looks so cute, right? Lampreia de Ovos is a sweet egg cake that is considered a Portuguese luxury. The egg cake is shaped to resemble a sea lamprey.

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5. Sachertorte – Austria


Okay, chocolate, most of us can’t take our eyes off the little piece of heaven! Sachetorte, which is a chocolate sponge and apricot jam cake, is a must-have Christmas food in Austria.

6. Julepølse – Norway


What is Julepølse? As you can see in the picture, Julepølse is pork sausage. The pork sausage itself is already delicious. Served with nutmeg, cloves, ginger, mustard seed and other ingredients makes Julepølse even more delicious.

7. Pavlova – New Zealand


Just look at the picture, it looks mouthwatering, doesn’t it? The Christmas food is called Pavlova. Pavlova is a kind of meringue-based dessert with a light inside and a crisp crust. Though usually topped with pomegranate seeds, you can choose other toppings, such as strawberries and blackberries. Do not forget to add some Chantilly cream on special occasions, such as Christmas.

8. Risalamande – Denmark


Another yummy treat you can have for Christmas! It is called Risalamande, a dessert from Denmark. Risalamande is an almond cherry rice pudding that tastes so good that you will want to ask for more and forget about your diet.

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