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Make it joyful

Your not so secret ingredient

Celebrate the most flavorful time of the year with seasonal recipes, holiday gifts and stress-free entertaining tips.

It’s time to go all in on the holiday yum. And that starts with Tillamook products. Fill your kitchen with the scent of joy and prepare a feast with high-quality ingredients that taste great because they were made right. Let’s get merry. 

Merry and


More togetherness. More love. More flavor. This year, the season calls for the kind of joy you can taste—starting with Tillamook products.
Tillamook Holiday Pound Cake

We created a decadent pound cake featuring Tillamook Cream Cheese Spread—because more rich, real cream is the true holiday treat.

Erin McDowell's Apple Pie Cobbler

We’ve paired up with best-selling cookbook author and recipe developer Erin Jeanne McDowell to create the perfect rich and buttery holiday Apple Pie Cobbler recipe. We like it best topped with Tillamook extra creamy Old-Fashioned Vanilla Ice Cream.

Erin McDowell's Ginger Loaf Cake

Another Erin Jeanne McDowell seasonal specialty—the decadently spiced Ginger Loaf Cake—is topped with our one and only extra creamy Old-Fashioned Ice Cream. Here’s to new holiday traditions.

Make every holiday dish, de-lish. See More Recipes

Time to

Bundle Up

Don't stress when your guests arrive. Explore our cheese board bundles featuring Maker’s Reserve Extra Sharp White Cheddars.

Perfectly Paired

Cheese Board Bundles

We partnered with cheese board stylist and expert host, Meg Quinn of Ain’t Too Proud to Meg, to curate charcuterie inspo showcasing our Maker’s Reserve specialty cheeses. Dig into her recommended pairings and get started with your own bundle—available now in the holiday shop.

Gifts in



Whether you’re gifting a friend or treating yourself, spread joy and good bites with exclusive items from our holiday shop.
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From the perfect cheddar to the dreamiest ice cream, you’ll find it on Tillamaps.