Lizi’s Apricot, Sage & Granola Stuffing - Christmas lunch made special this year. Using: Lizi’s Low Sugar Granola.
With Christmas creeping round the corner, expectations and excitement for that famous Christmas lunch are growing. Whilst the gravy is being stirred and sprouts bubbling on the hob, why not jazz it up this year with some of Lizi’s Apricot, Sage and Granola Stuffing to spoil the family.
- Perfect for adult stocking fillers or to hang from the Christmas tree.
- All homemade and filled with love.
This Christmas surprise and delight with these gorgeous Granola Chocolate bars. Perfect for popping in a stocking or hanging from the Christmas tree – but be careful – once tried all will be gone!
All you need for these fabulous Granola Chocs is a cake mold (a cake tin or cookie cutter all work well – it depends on what shape you want), your favourite chocolate, a handful of granola and some raisins and nuts if you fancy it. We got these little molds from Lakeland!
It is a great activity for children and makes a sweet personalised present for chocolate lovers.
Turkey, Fennel Seed and Davidstow® 3 Year Special Reserve Vintage Cheese Parcels. By Lee Westcott for Davidstow®.
If you’re looking for festive finger food to wow your guests with over Christmas, and use up any leftovers from Christmas Day, then my recipe for turkey, fennel seed and Davidstow® 3 Year Special Reserve Vintage cheddar parcels is perfect for you.
Quince, Orange and Chestnut Chutney with Davidstow® cheddar. This is a great festive chutney that pairs well with Davidstow® 3 Year Special Reserve Vintage and Davidstow® 18 Month Extra Mature cheddar. Make the chutney well in advance to when you’d like to use it as it develops in flavour as the weeks go by.
Today I am sharing a tasty looking cheeseboard idea that is perfect for sharing at Christmas. Bramley, Cranberry and Rosewater Jelly with Davidstow® cheddar.
This winter themed jelly pairs perfectly with Davidstow® 3 Year Special Reserve Vintage and Davidstow® 18 Month Extra Mature cheddar and can be made and stored well in advance for the busy Christmas period.
I love to make trifles recipes up and trying different ones out. Especially at Christmas.
Trifles are such a tradition in my family. My Mum use to make them for anyone's birthday or for any celebrations when I was little. My Grandma always use to love making them up for us all at Christmas too.
Christmas cupcakes: Not everyone is a fan of fruit cake or mince pies, these light coconut cakes speckled with jewel like ruby raspberries make a great alternative and can even be made in advance and frozen ready iced but without the raspberry and holly decoration. Simply defrost at room temp for 2-3 hours before finishing.