Between Christmas Eve dinner and the range of eats had on Christmas Day, there is much festive noshing to be had (excuse my multi-religious phrasing).

With that, there are an array of bites that are traditionally snacked on throughout both days. From whole walnuts to deep-fried bacon, there are plenty of interesting foods to make in a pinch come Christmas hunger. In honor of those yearly seasonal cravings, we've gathered the most traditional snacks that we Snoothers eat each year during the big day.

Read on for the Snooth team's list of favorite Christmas snack time treats.
What are you go-to foods for serving during Christmas? Let us know in the comments section.

Onion Dip - With just a quick stir and the help of dry onion soup mix, a container of sour cream is transformed into a deliciously addictive dip for any gathering.


Whole Walnuts in the Shell - There is something so satisfying about cracking open a fresh nut to reveal its tender meat. Walnuts and chestnuts are Christmas classics.


Fried Bacon - If you thought pan-fried bacon was good, you'll never believe the delight received from deep frying those magical meat strips.


Hungarian Beigli
- This walnut roll is great for Christmas breakfast or with coffee after dinner.


Spiced Pecans - Roasting sweet pecans in a variety of seasonal spices fills the house with festive aromas while filling all the hungry bellies.


Dutch Babies - These fluffy breakfast treats are like the delicious lovechild of a crepe and a popover.


Quiche - Though good for brunch any day of the year, using Christmas-related ingredients like ham or smoked salmon makes this staple perfect for Christmas morning.