Christmas muffins iced to look like melting snowmen, they go down a treat at Christmas.
It wouldn’t be Christmas without gingerbread in our house, gingerbread biscuits to decorate and if I remember to put a hole in the top they may end up on the Christmas tree although it’s difficult to get them to last that long.
This is a wonderful cheat version of rough puff pastry and can all be done in a food processor very easily and quickly. It’s brilliant with savoury recipe such as sausage rolls or meat pies and also works well with recipes such as mince pies and tarte tatin.
Homemade sausage rolls taste wonderful and are worth the effort. This recipe uses rough puff pastry which is quicker than flaky pastry and there is an extra quick version included too.
This chocolate fridge crunchy or tiffin recipe makes wonderfully easy and spectacular mini Christmas puddings, you could use thick glace icing instead of sugarpaste to drizzle over if you wish. Wonderful boxed to give as gift for friends and family.
Stollen is a yeasted dough, it can be made in advance, frozen and then iced when you are ready to eat it.
Beverley’s classic Christmas Pudding recipe, traditionally made on Stir Up Sunday, 6 weeks before Christmas.
These beautiful sweet or savoury biscuits are an ideal nibble to serve with drinks at Christmas or New Year. They’re really easy too!
This is a fab gift to give as a present, make sure you write on a label the instructions below
This recipe doesn’t involve any cooking or fat so the mincemeat will need to be stored in the fridge to prevent the apple from fermenting