Mele Kalikimaka means “Merry Christmas” in Hawaiian. To celebrate this brightly hued holiday, LeiHut’s put together a list of our favorite red and green goodies!
Hawaiian BBQ Sauces are as red as they are full of flavor. Use ’em for ribs, pork, and chicken. Sauces are also an easy way to add Hawaiian deliciousness to sandwiches, burgers, or eggs. We love the Smokey variety – it’s made with Kona coffee!
Go green in more ways than one with this reversible, eco-friendly tote bag! Save trees and plastic bags from going into landfills by brining this tote with you when you do your grocery shopping, trips to the beach, or picnics. Cloth tote bags make an awesome gift because they fold flat to be easily packed, and they’re machine washable. Totally carefree toting!
Red and green come together to make a fun, sweet and gummy treat! Yummy gummy bears and worms become a Hawaiian taste sensation with sprinkling of li hing powder. In Hawaii, li hing powder is used as a topping for fresh fruit, ice-cream, dried fruits, and other candies to give them a uniquely sweet and salty taste that locals love!
What are your favorite ways to use red and green during the holidays?