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This Kwanzaa, dress up your home, gather family around the table, and celebrate the true meaning of the holiday. Kwanzaa is a weeklong celebration that links African traditions and American customs. Kwanzaa runs from December 26 through January 1 of each year, and it can be celebrated with our traditional Kwanzaa recipes made into a feast. On each day of a Kwanzaa celebration, the host serves a dish from a different symbolic place, such as Africa, the Caribbean, and South America. In addition to delicious foods, we share the Kwanzaa traditions to take part in, such as a daily lighting of one of seven candles placed in a traditional kinara candleholder. It's common to make some Kwanzaa crafts, which are then given as homemade gifts. Families also put out Kwanzaa decorations, including colorful African cloth and, often, displays made with fresh fruits and vegetables, which emphasize the harvest theme of the Kwanzaa celebration. Browse all our Kwanzaa ideas for great ideas on every aspect of your holiday celebration.

Star Pillow

The joined pieces of this elegant pillow can speak to you of the principle of...

Kwanzaa History & Traditions

Why do African-Americans celebrate Kwanzaa? Does it replace Christmas? What...

Kwanzaa Banner

This banner features the kinara, a seven-branched candleholder that symbolizes...

Symbolic Centerpieces

Combining the symbols of Kwanzaa in a centerpiece not only gives you a focal...

Festive Recipes for Kwanzaa Celebrations

Celebrate this holiday with these bold and colorful recipes, perfect for a...

Southern Brunch

Get the family out of bed to celebrate with this delicious meal.

Kwanzaa Main Dishes

These tasty meals will create excitement around the table.

Heirloom Kwanzaa Crafts to Treasure Forever

Create these special Kwanzaa crafts to celebrate African heritage and affirm...

Kwanzaa Celebrations

For seven days, from December 26 to January 1, African-Americans celebrate...

Hanging Kinara

Lighting the candles on the kinara is an especially joyous time. Our holiday...

Kwanzaa Desserts and Snacks

The perfect ending to a delicious Kwanzaa dinner.

Kwanzaa Menus

These menus can be served throughout the Kwanzaa celebration for family meals...

Festive Recipe Ideas for Kwanzaa

Celebrate this holiday with these bold and colorful recipes perfect for a crowd.

Kwanzaa Breads

These delicious breads are quick to prepare and good to eat.

Kinara for Kwanzaa

Older children and adults will enjoy making this keepsake.

Caribbean Favorites

These dishes bring a little piece of the Caribbean to you.

Kwanzaa Chair Slipcover

Create colorful slipcovers to complement Kwanzaa table settings and gift...

Animal-Print Scrapbook

Treasure your Kwanzaa memories in this festive fabric-covered album.

Kwanzaa Side Dishes

Mouth-watering accompaniments to traditional Kwanzaa dishes.

Heritage Table Runner

Add a splash of seasonal fabric to your tabletop decor. This pretty runner...

Kwanzaa Card

Make this colorful card to send to your family and friends. "Muhindi" means...

Blending Old and New

This dynamic pairing of recipes brings food from Africa and the New World...

Beaded Bracelet or Napkin Ring

This is an easy craft for kids. Just set them up with buckets of beads, and...

Woodland Kinara

The seven candles in the kinara represent the seven principles of Kwanzaa. By...


Celebrating Kwanzaa allows you to show your creativity. You can make a mkeka...


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