Just before Christmas we were lucky enough to have a short break to Copenhagen.
Dairy-free, egg-free, nut-free, soya-free, sesame-free makes about 80 mini biscuits
Well , doesn’t it truly feel like we’ve been in January for about 3 months so far? What is it about the post Christmas/New Year period where everything seems to slow down and weeks drag on fo…
Are you getting to that post Christmas stage when you’re running out of bread and all the fresh stuff? We were in desperate need of bread for lunch today and this recipe is just perfect.
I’ve made it – 12 recipes of advent for Christmas 2021 completed just in time! At one point I didn’t think I’d get there, but somehow I have ended with plenty of recipes on …
Stuffing is an essential part of Christmas lunch but it so often contains egg, nuts or other allergens (or meat and so I avoid it!).
I used to make Santa’s sacks for the girls every year in the run up to Christmas.
In my opinion no time of year is complete without it’s own cheesecake recipe.
I was thinking about Christmas confectionery when I was making the After Eight Bars, and it mad me think of the sorts of gifts my mum, as a teacher, received from her pupils.
Our family is divided over the issue of Christmas cake; I make one every year and some of the family devour it like there’s no tomorrow, and others would simply rather have anything else.
My second recipe of Advent 2021 is grissini or crunchy breadsticks, a perfect crunchy snack to enjoy at Christmas, or anytime of year :-) Years ago we used to be able to buy breadsticks, I think it…
Brrrr, it’s cold! The temperature has dropped – suddenly it’s frosty, the trees are bare and there’s the hint of Christmas in the air.
You can certainly tell that Christmas is just around the corner – this week we’ve got a Nativity play, a Christmas party, a carol service and a Christmas market to attend.
The preparations for our Christmas food have now begun! These minty chocolate truffles, coated in icing sugar to resemble snowballs would make a fabulous Christmas gift.
Christmas eve is nearly upon us and we need to leave out some goodies for Father Christmas and his reindeer.
This is an absolutely winning gravy – perfect served with Christmas lunch or a roast, on a pie or with veggie sausages (you’ve got to try my nosages!) and mash.
If, like us, you have piles of clementines hanging around after Christmas and you’re a bit fed up with the whole festive thing, you need to use them up fast! Here is an excellent way of using…