Pavlova is a Christmas staple you simply must have on the holiday table. Take it up a notch and make a pavlova with a twist! The trick up our sleeve: crushed raspberries, whipped cream cheese, and a perfectly rolled meringue for a delectable pavlova roulade.Continue reading “Pavlova Roulade Recipe”
Baked ham easily completes the Christmas table. Who can get enough of its divine aroma and deliciously sticky glaze? We’re reviving this holiday staple with the flavours of cider, mustard, and sage plus a serving of grilled stone fruit on the side.Continue reading “Baked Ham with Grilled Stone Fruit Recipe”
Champagne float is a staple for all festive celebrations. Put a spin to this traditional drink and dessert combo with a scoop of berry sorbet and a splash of cassis or blackcurrant liqueur.Continue reading “Cassis Berry Sorbet Champagne Float Recipe”
There’s something about gingerbread that gets us in the mood for Christmas. Is it the unmistakable aroma? The chewy texture? The combination of warm and sweet flavours? Or all the adorable figures—gingerbread men, gingerbread house, gingerbread cookies—you can make with it? It’s all these things for sure, in addition to gingerbread being one of the most fun and easy cookie recipes to make.Continue reading “Foolproof Gingerbread Recipe”
Making a traditional Christmas pudding may seem overwhelming with its long list of ingredients and steps. However, it’s really not at all hard to make. What it requires is time, two days at least to prepare and weeks to allow the pudding to mature. But having a Christmas pudding that is all at once rich, dark, dense, sweet, spiced, and fruity to serve is certainly well worth the trouble.Continue reading “Traditional Christmas Pudding Recipe”
The delicate buttery goodness of sugar cookies is simply irresistible. In this blog, we show you four simple ways you can transform one sugar cookie dough into adorable edible gifts and ornaments that will add a lovely personal touch to your holiday gifting.Continue reading “How to Use Sugar Cookies for Christmas Gifting”
This festive trifle recipe is being shared by no-fuss baker, first-time author, and pun-lover Charlotte Ree from her debut book Just Desserts.
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Making a trifle can be a little time-consuming but, thankfully, the process can be spread out over a few days to make your life easier. The best thing about trifles is that they are so adaptable. I have used port wine jelly and red berries here as they are the most festive, but you can alter the recipe to include your favourite fillings and flavours.Just Desserts by Charlotte Ree, published by Plum.
Christmas food gifts are the best presents to give and receive—everyone loves ready-to-eat gifts that come in a lovely (and reusable) jar. Here are some great ideas that you can try this season of giving. These are not only simple to make, but also easy to prepare in large batches.Continue reading “Christmas Food Gifts You Can Present in a Jar”
Love decorating a Christmas tree? Then you’ve got to try making and decorating an edible one! Lisa, one of our favourite Instagram personalities, has made this gorgeous gluten-free gingerbread Christmas tree not once, but twice, and it’s turned out beautifully both times.