Christmas sweets

Last week I went through the Christmas kid food in my portfolio, today we are going to have a look at traditional Christmas sweets, biscuits, cakes… you name it  from different corners of the world.

And as we a are Spain based, we will start with Spanish classics led by the most traditional of them all turrón: Hard turron

Turron and nuts

Turron de yema

Chrucny chocolate turron

The traditional almond version or some of the modern day creations,  sweet teeth are sure to be happy!

Some other Spanish/Latin  Christmas classics  are mantecados and polvorones, traditional scents and flavors no sweet tooth can resist

Spanish mantecados

Polvorones with Christmas decoration

Traditional Spanish Christmas sweets

Spanish Christmas sweets

Getting Christmassy European  a panettone could not be left out of the  shoot


Panettone still life


Panettone and ingredients

We produced most of  our Christmas shoot ourselves

Last step

with some carefully selected ingredients


Candied fruit

Candied fruit

Dried fruit

Dried fruit

Not everything was meant for the sweet tooth, though, nor we stayed only in the Spanish speaking world, but that will left for the third part of the Christmas food series.

The full Christmas collection can be found (and purchased) here.



About Olaf Speier

Hello, thanks for taking a look ! When I am not traveling somewhere or into some art project, I devote my time to stock photography. This blog intends to give an insight into my current stock projects.
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2 Responses to Christmas sweets

  1. Muy buenas fotos, puedes enviarnos todo el material sobrante de la sesión ya que acá en Costa Rica no tenemos tanta ricura navideña.


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