Christmas is a wonderful time of year that’s full of family, friends, and food! Food has always been a good excuse to gather people together, and cooking and sharing delicious festive meals is one of my favorite things to do. But, sometimes, it can be hard to know what to make.
Also, many Christmas recipes are very complicated, time-consuming, and hard to follow. I understand that your Christmas meals should be tasty and exciting, but I don’t want to have to spend all day in the kitchen on Christmas day, and I’m sure you don’t either.
With all that in mind, I’ve spent the last few months seeking out simple but delicious Christmas recipes to share with you. I’ve tried each one, much to delight to my friends and family, who have been able to enjoy them weeks before Christmas even arrived.
I’ve purposely sought out recipes that are easy to delicious, easy to make, but don’t contain too many ingredients. That way, you’ll be free to spend time with your guests, rather than being locked in the kitchen, chained to the stove for the day!
I wish you all a happy Christmas and hope you enjoy these festive recipes.
Roast vegetables might seem like an unusual choice for Christmas but, in so many ways, it’s absolutely perfect.
Try this lentil stuffed squash recipe. I love it, my family love it, my friends love it, and I’m sure you’ll love it too!
That’s why I was so excited when I found this recipe for whole roast cauliflower. Like a meat joint, you pop it in the oven whole and can carve it up when it’s time to serve. But, it’s much lighter and, of course, 100% meat-free!
Mince pies are pastry crusts filled with a spiced fruit mixture that has to be eaten to be believed!
This recipe is super-easy, and the perfect way to spend some quality time with the children in your life.
When I first heard about this famous German Christmas cake, I couldn’t wait to try it. I bought some when I was traveling one year, and then looked for a recipe so I could make it myself when I returned home.
Finger Food Recipes
This quick and easy recipe makes a wonderful appetizer, or you could just serve it as a snack with drinks. It’s savory and very moreish so make sure you do enough of them for all your guests!
The first time I tried this recipe was at a restaurant in Turkey. I was…
This recipe is super simple, takes minutes to prepare, but will impress your guests. I hope you enjoy making them just as much as your guests will enjoy eating them!