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NORAD Santa Tracker Uncovers Mrs. Claus' Top Secret Treats

By Brooke McLay |

It’s official, Santa’s on his way.  We know because we just talked to Mrs. Claus.  She’s up in the North Pole cleaning the kitchen.  The kitchen gets quite messy before Christmas because Mrs. Claus has to pack enough snacks to feed all of the reindeer, elves, and even Santa Claus before sending him on his way.  So, what did Mrs. Claus make in her kitchen this morning?  Oh, lots of delicious delights.  There were cookies and cakes, ice cream, a cheeseball, and even a plate of veggies.  Can you believe it?!  Santa has veggies in his snackbox!

To see all of Santa’s yummiest treats, and to track his every move with the NORAD Santa Tracker, you’re going to want to check out Mrs. Claus’s menu.  You might just find something delicious that you’d like to make yourself.   Or, perhaps you’ll find the perfect treat to lay out for Santa tonight. 

Mrs. Claus’ Menu for Santa’s Snackbox

Appetizer: Eggnog Cupcakes. Santa loves to start the night off with a bite-sized toddy, tucked into a pretty little cupcake wrapper for good luck.

Main Dish: Santa’s Favorite Sugar Cookies.  Is the most delicious way for Santa to fill his belly.  Yum! Yum!

Dessert: Melted Ice Cream Cocoa.  With so many delicious foods in his belly, Santa takes it easy for dessert, and just sips himself a warm mug of this delicious, easy-to-make cocoa.

Midnight Snack: Eggnog Challah French Toast.  With Christmas morning dawning at the end of Santa’s shift, he’s ready for breakfast.  This Eggnog French toast is one of his favorites.

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About Brooke McLay

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Brooke McLay

Brooke McLay is a recipe developer, food writer, food photographer, and cooking show host for Babble, General Mills, and Good Cook. You can find and follow her latest whims at Cheeky Kitchen. Read bio and latest posts → Read Brooke's latest posts →

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