3 Rogers Holiday Recipes You Need to Try

3 Rogers Holiday Recipes You Need to Try

December 9, 2016

The holiday season is finally here and we all know what that means… Christmas baking.  Whether you’re hosting a dinner, gift giving or taking part in the work bake exchange, we’ve listed our top 3 Rogers holiday recipes so you don’t have to look far.


  1. Rogers Turkey Turnip Apple Casserole

It doesn’t sound like your average dish, and that’s because it isn’t! This unlikely combination tastes so delicious, it’s like it was made for the holiday season. It’s sweet, yet savoury and the crumbly crust, made using our Rogers Porridge Oats Original Blend, adds texture and crunch to the baked apples and turnips. Most importantly, this holiday recipe is so easy and works great as a make-ahead dish.



  1. Rogers Pumpkin Spice Loaf

A holiday recipe that even the most novice baker can make and have it look like an ad straight out of a magazine. Skip buying a scented candle; this loaf has all the essential holiday spices (cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, cloves) that will fill your house with the smell of Christmas. Added bonus: the pumpkin puree makes it nice and moist so you don’t need any butter or margarine. A guilt-free holiday recipe!



  1. Rogers Chocolate Candy Cane Cookies

The season wouldn’t be complete without a candy cane infused holiday recipe for your baking assortment. This is the one time of year when eating a candy cane every night is considered acceptable so let’s take advantage. Did we mention there’s chocolate?


Be sure to tag us in your Holiday recipes this season! #MadeWithRogers

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