This is a really good and light Lincolnshire alternative to a traditional Christmas pudding, particularly if you're not one of those efficient cooks who has made their steamed puddings months in advance. And if you've forgotten all about the pudding, because you were so busy getting to grips with the turkey, this is absolutely ideal for saving the day!
If there’s one ingredient you shouldn’t be without this festive season, it’s the humble carrot. Loved and adored by children, adults and Rudolph the red nosed reindeer alike, this tasty vegetable won’t go to waste or break the bank.
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Casserole's a classic winter warmer and this one with apple gravy is just delicious and really straightforward to make. Go on, tuck in!
If you're after a healthy, warming soup, then this one's definitely worth making. Get some fresh crusty bread to serve with it and lunch is sorted!
If you've got loads of turkey leftovers, here's a great recipe that will not only use them up, it'll provide you with another delicious meal!
This simple Christmas cake recipe makes a moist, delicious cake with a wonderful mixture of rich and fragrant tea-soaked fruits
The longer you soak the fruit for these Christmas cakes, the better the flavour will be. Then make the cake a few days before for a moisty gorgeous spongy texture. Heavenly!
This is a great way to finish off Christmas cake or as an alternative to Christmas pudding.
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