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17 Tasty Bonfire Night Recipes: Remember..

17 Tasty Bonfire Night Recipes.

Remember, Remember, The Fifth Of November.

Now Halloween has been and gone it is time to think about Bonfire Night.

Are you going to a bonfire on Bonfire night, staying in or even having your own Bonfire Party?

I’m not sure what we are doing yet after having my youngest Son off school a few days this week with a sore throat and fever.

Today I am sharing some recipes suitable for any Autumn/Winter occasion.

Bonfire night and beyond.

17 Tasty Bonfire Night Recipes

17 Tasty Bonfire Night Recipes:

1.) Pumpkin Chili Con Carne With Mini Jacket Potatoes And Watercress Crème Fraiche:

How about making up your very own Pumpkin Chili Con Carne.

Pumpkin Chili Con Carne with Mini Jacket Potatoes and Watercress Crème Fraîche.

A classic dish, ideal for sharing round the fire while watching the Guy burn and the fireworks explode overhead – even better, the pumpkin bowl cuts down on the washing up!

This would look great on the dinner table for any occasion.

17 Tasty Bonfire Night Recipes

2.) Bonfire Night Orange Cream Brandy Snaps:

I remember always having brandy snaps when I was a child.

These are old-fashioned, lacy, gingery brandy snaps filled with cream.

They’re relatively easy to make – the fiddly bit is the shaping and filling that follows – just remember to give them plenty of space while they’re in the oven and get to the shaping soon after they come out.

Yummy these Bonfire Night Orange Cream Brandy Snaps bring back memories.

 3.) Baked Sweet Potato And Borlotti Bean Stew:

Another thing we use to have at a bonfire night party was jacket potatoes.

We love them here. Served up with all kinds of topping.

Grated cheese and tuna mayo sweetcorn mix. Cheese and beans. Chilli and cheese. Corn beef, cheese and beans. You name it as long as the cheese is involved, we love it.

How tasty do this Baked Sweet Potato And Borlotti Bean Stew look?

4.) Welsh Lamb and Pumpkin Pie:

Pies are such great Autumn/Winter comfort foods and this pie recipe is made with ready-made puff pastry so it is quicker than making it all from scratch.

Whats not to love?

How warming does this Welsh Lamb and Pumpkin Pie look?

Perfect to warm you up after a few hours in the cold.

5.) Toffee Apples:

How about making some classic Toffee Apples?

We always had toffee apples too when I was growing up, on Bonfire night.

6.) Squashy Bottom Soup Bowls:

This easy-to-make squash soup doesn’t even require any bowls – just eat it straight out of the shell, saving on the washing up and adding to the entertainment.

What a neat idea this is Squashy Bottom Soup Bowls. So tasty.

 7. Pumpkin Pie:

Do you have some canned Pumpkin left over from Halloween?

If so, why not make a nice and tasty Pumpkin Pie?

This sweet and tempting pie is perfect for an autumnal treat.

17 Tasty Bonfire Night Recipes

8.) Cheese, Pickle & Potato Pie Anyone:

How about this for a pie with a difference?

Cheese, Pickle & Potato Pie.

17 Tasty Bonfire Night Recipes

 17 Tasty Bonfire Night Recipes.

9.) Deliciously Ella’s Loaded Mexican-Style Potato Skins:

Love jacket potatoes on Bonfire night?

How about making some Deliciously Ella’s Loaded Mexican-Style Potato Skins?

17 Tasty Bonfire Night Recipes

10.) Lyle’s Beany Goulash:

Fancy making up a pot of tasty Lyle’s Beany Goulash up?

17 Tasty Bonfire Night Recipes

11.) Gingerbread Latte Dairy and Gluten Free:

Looking for a dairy and gluten free recipe?

How about making this Gingerbread Latte up?

Gingerbread Latte Dairy and Gluten Free.

Create a seasonal coffee delight in the comfort of your own home.

12.) Pumpkin  Chips & Salsa:

Fancy making up this Pumpkin Chips & Salsa recipe. Yummy, chips.

So much fun.

 13.) Mini Chilli Toad In The Hole:

How sweet are these Mini Chilli Toad In The Hole?

So much fun.

17 Tasty Bonfire Night Recipes

 14.) Moroccan Sausage & Pepper Tagine:

How about trying this tasty Moroccan Sausage & Pepper Tagine?

Moroccan stew cooked with peppers, Ras el hanout, and MOR Moroccan Spiced Pork, Cauliflower, and Chickpea Sausages. Very tasty!

15.) African Peach And Chicken Tagine:

Fancy trying this African Peach And Chicken Tagine?

16.) Squash And Black Bean Chilli:

Squash And Black Bean Chilli. Warm, tasty and delicious.

What’s not to love?

Either stuff a whole squash with the chilli, or dice and roast the squash and add it to the chilli.

The latter opens up a whole variety of serving suggestions: eat it with rice or in a baked potato; top it with a dollop of soured cream, some spicy tomato salsa or some guacamole; stuff it in a taco with some grated cheese; or spread it over a tortilla.

If you are stuffing the squash you will need to use one that is a suitable size and will hold its shape when cooked, such as onion squash.

17.) Beetroot And pink Peppercorn Gratin: 

Last but not least, how about making up some of this Beetroot And pink Peppercorn Gratin?

Comforting and colourful, this hearty gratin gets its mild warmth and fruity, spiced edge from the pink peppercorns.

A food processor or mandolin will make quick work of the prep, otherwise, settle down with a very sharp knife.

17 Tasty Bonfire Night Recipes. See anything you fancy trying?

Share your thoughts in the comments below ↡

17 Tasty Bonfire Night Recipes

17 Tasty Bonfire Night Recipes.

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31 comments so far.

31 responses to “17 Tasty Bonfire Night Recipes: Remember..”

  1. Louisa says:

    So many beautiful recipes it's hard to pick which I fancy the most! I've pinned this for some inspiration throughout the next few months. Thank you! #pocolo

  2. Anosa Malanga says:

    I wish I had a plan to enjoy bonfire night but since I am not I will be using some of these recipes. Thanks for compiling them.

  3. Dean B says:

    I'd love to try making Pumpkin pie since I've never done or even tasted it. My husband and I were just talking about pumpkin recipes and how it isn't as common as other veg. He'll be surprised when I try this one out 🙂

  4. Elizabeth Rebecca says:

    Nothing beats a toffee apple on bonfire night haha. These all look so delicious. #pocolo

  5. missviclb says:

    You are my hero right now, these all look amazing! I knew there was a reason I enjoy bonfire night so much

  6. Laura - Dear Bear and Beany says:

    Oh wow these all look amazing! Those mini toad in the holes are my favourite and delicious!

  7. Talya says:

    Some fab ideas here love the pumpkin chilli con carne one a great way to use up all of those pumpkins!

  8. Stella Olojola says:

    Yummy looking recipes here. Would love to try them all.

  9. Kim Carberry says:

    Oh wow! Everything looks and sounds so good. I want to try it all! #PoCoLo

  10. Katy S says:

    I love the idea of these mini toad in the holes! Yum!

  11. Kara Guppy says:

    I so need the Bonfire Night Orange Cream Brandy Snaps in my life and nothing beats a nice warming hot chocolate either

  12. Out Of Depth Dad says:

    Wow! Some amazing recipes here! The mini toad in the holes look delicious! Thanks for sharing!

  13. Melanies Fab Finds says:

    I'm tempted to try those squash soup bowls. They sound great for warming you up after watching the fire works.

  14. coach-daddy says:

    You've succeeded in making me immediately hungry for at least five of these. I would love a slice of pumpkin pie right now to bridge the gap between breakfast and lunch.

  15. Lucy Dorrington says:

    I love the taste of cooked pumpkin, but not the smell or texture of it when it's raw, so I can only eat pumpkin products that someone else makes for me!

  16. Anonymous says:

    All these recipes look amazing!

  17. YUM, I see some things I’d like to try!! Thanks so much for linking up at the #UnlimitedMonthlyLinkParty 6. Shared.

  18. These all look super tasty, so I will be busy all day tomorrow preparing food for my bonfire party#anythinggoes@_karendennis

  19. lou Gunstone says:

    More amazing and tasty ideas… you’re keeping me busy and my family very happy! lol

  20. Donna says:

    All these recipes look perfect for a cold and colourful bonfire night!

  21. Jacqui Bellefontaine says:

    Oh Wow what a fabulous collection of bonfire night recipes. Too good to keep for just the one ight there are some I must try. Thank you for linking to #CookBlogShare

  22. What a great round-up, some great recipes in there, perfect for a Bonfire night party. Thank you for sharing to #cookblogshare

  23. Veronica says:

    These all look so good – but the one I just HAVE to try is the recipe for Bandysnaps. That brings back so many memories – we used to buy them at the fair many. years ago. I remember going home on the bus with a bag of brandysnaps in one hand and a goldfish swimming around in a plastic bag in the other.

  24. I’m a bit behind – but I wanted to make sure I stopped by and thanked you for joining the What’s for dinner party – and invite you to join us again this week!

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