We asked YOU to share your favourite festive bakes and we have selected our top 5 recipes to get the Christmas Bells jingling! These taste way better when made while singing away to “All I Want For Christmas Is You” and sipping on mulled wine…
We love everything about Amy’s Christmas Cake with its easy to follow recipe, simple ingredient list and numerous adaptations to really make it your own. It’s filled with lots of plump dried fruits and is decorated to Christmassy perfection. You can find the recipe here on The Baking Nutritionist.
Christmas Spiced Fruit and Nut Biscotti
We think Siobhan’s Christmas Spiced Fruit and Nut Biscotti would be the perfect dunker in a creamy hot chocolate one wintry afternoon. With orange zest, cranberries, almonds and pistachios, these little treats are right up our street. You can find the recipe here on Don’t Frig With My Food.
Date and Oat Coconut Brownies
What’s better than a chocolate brownie? A chocolate brownie that tastes indulgent and rich but is secretly healthy for you. These vegan brownies are packed with coconut, oats and dates while being covered in lots of melted dark chocolate for a great Christmas Snack or Dessert. You can find the recipe here on Nourishing Amy.
Chocolate Peppermint Crinkle Cookies
Chocolate and peppermint go hand in hand when it comes to Christmastime and these vegan, gluten free cookies will have your kitchen smelling heavenly. Rebecca says they are a perfect dessert recipe for kids, adults, and Santa too! We couldn’t agree more. Find the recipe here on Strength and Sunshine.
Hibiscus Poached Pear with Rose Water
For a fruit ending to a Christmas meal, we’ve got our eyes on these Poached Pears by Chelsea. Gorgeously pink and soft, these vegan-friendly pears are great served with ice cream or custard for a great dinner party dessert. You can find the recipe here on That’s Chelsea.
We hope you’ve enjoyed our recipe round up and let us know what you bake!