One of our favorite things about this time of year are all the movies and shows. The Original Christmas Classics are, by far, some of my favorite shows to watch during the holiday season. The Original Christmas Classics bring some of the all time best stories to “life”.
Do you remember when……Santa asked Rudolph to guide his sleigh, Frosty magically came to life on Christmas Eve, and Kris Kringle became Santa Claus? Share the magic of “The Original Christmas Classics featuring Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer, Santa Claus Is Comin’ To Town, Frosty The Snowman, and Frosty Returns on Blu-ray for the first time.
Now we don’t have to try and remember what night and time the shows hit the tv because we have our Blu-ray copy of The Original Christmas Classics on hand. We can enjoy our favorite Christmas stories anytime we want….Christmas season or not. This year we will get plenty of Christmas Classics watching under our belt and we will even get to enjoy a few themed treats to enjoy with them. Check out these two recipes that will make their appearance in our home when December hits.
First up from Kim Ima of The Treats Truck, NYC are the Kringle Elves Candy Crispies:
Next are the Santa Claus Stocking Cookies also by Kim:
Both of these treats will make great for great snacking as we continue to watch The Original Christmas Classics on Blu-ray this holiday season. If Santa’s lucky he might even have some of the treats left out for him Christmas Eve. Whether you just want to go back in time or create new memories be sure to pick up The Original Christmas Classics to enjoy with loved ones this Christmas season!
What are some of your favorite Christmas shows/movies??
**I was provided a copy of The Original Christmas Classics on Blu-ray at no cost to me. Opinions are, as always, 100% honest and my own**
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