Mince pies have to be my favourite festive food to come out at Christmas. They’re so easy to make and go down a treat. I love their versatility and that is exactly what this blog post shows. This post has 3 different ways to make your mince pies this Christmas- Traditionally with a close pastry top or with a frangipane topping or, with a streusel crumble. Whether you prefer the traditional closed pie or want to try something a little different this year- give this a read! There is plenty of room to get creative, impress a crowd, and get in the festive mood!
It’s Christmas time! My favourite time of the year. The tree is up, the house is decorating, I’m now just waiting to finish work and enjoy the relaxation! One of the best things about Christmas is not just the excuse to drink an extra gin but also to eat yummy food which only comes around this time of year! I wanted to get baking some festive foods and try something different from what I’ve done before. Stollen Muffins sounded like a delicious, easy, weekend bake to get into the Christmas mood!
2 weeks to go! Christmas is seriously fast approaching and I cannot wait. Every year until now, I have always struggled to get or have the money to spend on presents having been a student. Every one of those years I always thought something homemade would be a nice touch as a gift seeing as I felt my buys weren’t enough to show how much I appreciate my family. Something which still looked good and would be useful to someone.
Every year I failed to think of something which was within my creative capabilities.Until now! Continue reading “Christmas Chocolate Truffles”