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24 Christmas Food Trivia Questions That’ll Make Your Tummy Rumble

Christmas time is the perfect opportunity to gather your loved ones for a home-cooked winter-themed meal full of delectable sweets, savory pies, and peppermint teas! You might be the best cook in your circle, but how much do you know about Christmas foods? 

This list of Christmas food trivia questions and answers is sure to challenge you and bring your food intelligence up a notch! Bring your friends and family on board to help with the dinner, and you can learn more about holiday foods through this Christmas food quiz for an added tablespoon of fun to your night!

If you want more family-friendly Christmas trivia, check out our Christmas songs, our Santa Claus, or Christmas film trivia for your next holiday party or get-together!

What is the famous French Christmas dish Bûche de Noël known as in English?

Christmas Log

Yule Log

Christmas Pudding

Chocolate Log

What is a Peppermint stick also known as?

Peppermint Pattie

Mintie

After dinner mint

Candy cane

In a ‘A Christmas Carol’, what is a ‘Smoking Bishop’?

Hot buttered rum

Eggnog

Mulled wine

Cocktail

In the 19th Century, which fruit was traditionally put in Christmas stockings?

Lemons

Oranges

Mandarins

Apples

What is roasting on an open fire in ‘The Christmas Song’?

Marshmallows

Walnuts

Chestnuts

Bread

Which meal, made up of leftover vegetables, is traditionally served the day after Christmas?

Frittata

Bubble and Squeak

Shepherd’s Pie

Cornish Pasty

In the song ‘Let it Snow’, what did Dean Martin bring for popping?

Corn

Christmas crackers

Champagne

Soda

What kind of pie will we have later according to the song ‘Rockin around the Christmas Tree’?

Pecan

Apple

Cherry

Pumpkin

Which of the following is NOT one of the Elve’s four main food groups according to the movie ‘Elf’?

Candy

Candy canes

Candy corn

Candy apple

What do you traditionally stick into an onion for a classic bread sauce recipe?

Cloves

Garlic

Cinnamon Sticks

Bay Leaves

The cinnamon bread known as Kanellängd originates from which country?

Denmark

Sweden

Norway

Finland

What Christmas berry is also known as a bounceberry?

Holly

Mistletoe

Cranberry

Juniper Berry

What is the traditional Norwegian Christmas dish made from?

Sheep’s stomach

Horse’s hooves

Cow’s eyes

Sheep’s head

During the 12 days of Christmas, what should you not refuse to avoid bad luck?

Eggnog

Candy canes

Mince pies

Oranges

Traditionally the Christmas pudding should be stirred which way?

West to East

East to West

Not stirred

Slowly

Which spirit was traditionally used to make Posset, the original Eggnog?

Whiskey

Rum

Cognac

Sherry

Which ingredient is NOT in a Yorkshire pudding?

Flour

Sugar

Milk

Eggs

In America, what food is traditionally left out for Santa?

Milk and cookies

Wine and pretzels

Coffee and cake

A clementine

What is figgy pudding?

Apple Pudding

Fig Cake

Fruit Loaf

Christmas Pudding

KFC has become a traditional Christmas dinner in which country?

Japan

China

USA

UK

Which ingredient is NOT in a Mince Pie?

Apple

Cinnamon

Meat

Currants

What is traditionally eaten on Christmas Eve in Southern Italy?

Lentils

Polenta

Rice

Seafood

What do you call sausages wrapped in bacon?

Pigs in blankets

Sausage rolls

Hot dogs

Sausage croissant

In China, it has become tradition to give what on Christmas Eve?

Beer

Apples

Rice

Cookies

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