Traditional Christmas Foods ideas | dessert,recipes
Traditional Christmas Foods brings many images into the Minds of those who celebrate the joyful holiday lots of family gatherings Christmas lights stockings packed with sweets and snow-covered postcards are bring a smile to one space if they truly enjoy the holiday
Traditional Christmas Foods ideas
Merry Christmas this special time of year is perfect for catching up with love and enjoying some delicious food and drink. you know this season to eat and dream you can do just that with our outstanding range of festive food and drink. you’ll find tasty options to suit everyone from sensational starters mouthwatering mains delicious desserts and no prep party food.
so as friends and family come together to celebrate, you can relax knowing need to bring Christmas home.
Christmas pudding Recipes
it’s just not Christmas without Christmas pudding quick Traditional Christmas malting heart double chocolate fondant puddings
Christmas cheese board ideas
You can choose from our delicious selection of cheeses, from mouthwatering platters different selection of cheese is the perfect way to round off your Christmas lunch and by selecting one of our cheeseboards.
A delicious gingerbread-man-shaped chocolate mousse with pockets of salted caramel on a biscuit base, coated with chocolate
Christmas dessert recipes
Give this traditional berry panettone pudding, this creamy panettone version of the classic bread and butter has juicy cherries
Christmas pudding Recipes
A simple Christmas fondant pudding it’s just not Christmas without Christmas pudding quick Traditional Christmas malting heart double chocolate fondant puddings.
this season to eat and dream you can do just that with our outstanding range of festive food and drink. you’ll find tasty options to suit everyone from sensational starters mouthwatering mains delicious desserts and no prep party food.
120g unsalted butter, 140g dark chocolate, 2 large egg plus 2 egg yolks, 120g light brown soft sugar, 60g plain flour, 100g caramel or toffee sauce, 6 small pudding basins,
Preheat the oven to 200C/180C/Gas 6 Butter the inside of the pudding basins and line the base of each with backing pepper
Put the butter and dark chocolate in a bowl over a pan of simmering water and wait for malt remove
the bowl from the pan and cool to 15 mins
Put the eggs, the yolk, and the sugar in a bowl beat with an electric whisk for 5 to 10 min until thick,
Pale and fluffy.
Gently fold in the chocolate mixture, then fold in the flour.
Divided between the pudding basins then put on the heated baking tray and back for 12 mins.
The top should be crisp but the center should still gooey.
Put the basins on a wire rack and leave to cool.
Scoop out the centers of the pudding, then place a ball of ice cream.
and berries in every spoonful