Yummiest Food: The Wednesday Blog Hop

Yummiest Food: The Wednesday Blog Hop. Hello friends. So I hope you all have had a lovely Christmas break? 

 In nearly 5 years this is the longest I have been away from my blog, a whole week!! So today I thought I would get the Christmas food pictures out the way to make room for the healthy ones next week!! Who is with me?

Yummiest Food: The Wednesday Blog Hop

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Hands up who love Christmas Cake? I am not to much a fan of all the raisins etc, but I do make an exception at Christmas.

 Homemade Christmas cake is the best. Also, are you looking for a Christmas cake recipe anyone? If so I have the perfect recipe to share with you today. You can also make this one up to 3 months before Christmas if you wrap it in foil and keep adding Whiskey onto it. How to make a Christmas cake step by step instructions: Lyle’s Christmas Cake.

Yummiest Food: The Wednesday Blog Hop
Yummiest Food: The Wednesday Blog Hop

Now mince pies are a whole new ball game. I love these. Again, homemade are the best, esspecailly when they have not been out the oven that long!

Do you also like a tasty mince pie at Christmas? If so, you might fancy trying one of these 11 Mince Pies And Tarts Ideas For Christmas. 11 Mince Pie Filling, Mince Pies And Tarts Ideas For Christmas.

chocolate brownies

Chocolate brownies, yum yum!! Another one of my all time favourite cakes. Warm, chocolate sauce and ice= perfection!! Chocolate Brownies And How We Make Ours. 

Christmas dinner

Christmas dinner is my favourite meal of the whole year. I also gets better and better each year.

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Christmas tea is nice but always too full afterward I can not move.

Yummiest Food: The Wednesday Blog Hop

Homemade Christmas Cake!! My mum loves making them.

Yummiest Food: The Wednesday Blog Hop

A nice salad, just what you need after all these treats.

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Yummiest Food: The Wednesday Blog Hop


Boxing Day morning. A nice banana, yogurt and waffles for breakfast and salad for lunch. Go to be healthier now, well until next New Years Day!!

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Shopping today for meal ideas, no need to buy any sweet things though, we have enough to last a whole month!!


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  1. Mette
    30 December 2015 / 22:06

    Amazing pictures:) Belated Merry Christmas. Have a fantastic New Year Eve – see you in 2016. Happy New Year:o)

  2. Camille Griffiths
    30 December 2015 / 20:14

    Looks like you had a delicious Christmas! 🙂

  3. indah nuria Savitri
    30 December 2015 / 16:53

    everything looks super yuum indeed…Happy Holidaaay..

  4. John Luke
    30 December 2015 / 16:09

    Those look like some Christmas celebration.

  5. Karren Haller
    30 December 2015 / 15:48

    The pastries look very tempting!!!Happy New Year!!

  6. Christina Straub
    30 December 2015 / 14:26

    All of this food is making me hungry! Have a great week!Christina :: Simple and Delish

  7. Sarah-Jane K
    30 December 2015 / 13:59

    Mmmm Looks yummy … Hope you had a merry Christmas and hope you have a great new year xxxxx

  8. Tamar SB
    30 December 2015 / 13:04

    Looks super delicious! I've been away for a mini vacation so now it's time to be back to meal planning and no treats!

    • 1 January 2016 / 22:31

      Thank Tamar 🙂 Hope you had a great time?

  9. Please may I?
    30 December 2015 / 11:20

    It all looks super yummy. We still have lots to finish off before the healthy eating begins. x x

    • 1 January 2016 / 22:31

      Thanks lovely. Just about finished with the party food now 🙂

  10. real girl sport
    30 December 2015 / 10:51

    Looks delicious, so good to let the hair down and relax for a while! Though I loved that you sneaked in a salad among the pies 🙂

    • 1 January 2016 / 22:30

      Hehe, I had to add a little salad so not to feel to guilty 🙂

  11. Sydney Fashion Hunter
    30 December 2015 / 08:06

    Those yorkshire puddings look delish … but you can keep the brussel sprouts lol

    • 31 December 2015 / 08:13

      We all love Yorkshire puddings, I think I ate 1 Brussels sprout, haha. My kids love them 🙂

  12. Ai Sakura
    29 December 2015 / 23:31

    So yum! I love a good ol' English Christmas meal. Bought the mince meat mix from M&S too and want to try my hand at making my own mince meat pies.. wish me luck hahaha

    • 31 December 2015 / 08:12

      Aww lovely Ai, I bet they turn out great 🙂

  13. alissa apel
    29 December 2015 / 22:45

    It all looks good! I love the star pastries you made. Nom Nom

    • alissa apel
      29 December 2015 / 22:47

      The linky isn't working for me for some reason.

    • 31 December 2015 / 08:11

      Thanks Alissa, aw I hope you managed to get onto the blog hop?

  14. Kristin Aquariann
    29 December 2015 / 21:19

    Yum! The snowflake pastries look especially scrumptious.

    • 31 December 2015 / 08:11

      Thanks Kristin, I loved them when they were just out the oven, cooling 🙂

  15. Patrick weseman
    29 December 2015 / 20:40

    That looks so yummy. Have a Happy and Safe New Year's.

  16. Kezzie
    29 December 2015 / 19:59

    Mmmm, that does look delicious!!!! xxx

  17. stevebethere
    29 December 2015 / 18:26

    All that lovely festive food I bet every single morsel was eaten heheh!Happy New Year Claire and all the best for 2016 🙂

    • 31 December 2015 / 08:09

      Ha, thanks Steve. Nearly!! I think a little of the salad may have been wasted ;)Happy New Year!

  18. Cascia Talbert
    29 December 2015 / 18:02

    That looks good! Happy New Year!

  19. Bernadyn Nettles
    29 December 2015 / 17:54

    That all looks delicious! Hope you had a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!