• Festive Food

December 15, 2017

Cooking for the festive season should be all about fun! It should be fun to cook, fun to look to at and fun to eat. 

Have yourself a tasty little Christmas with these four recipes which encapsulate fun and festivity, colour and cheerfulness.  

Cranberry and Pomegranate Pavlova - a new twist to an old classic mixing mascarpone with cream and decorating with sprigs of rosemary. Yum! Find the recipe (and gorgeous photos) at Gastro Senses.

Lady Bug Caprese Salad - turn the humble cherry tomato, a sliver of mozzarella, a basil leave and an olive into something else entirely. How cute are they? See more food art at Viral Nova.

Christmas Tree Vegetable Platter - veges have never looked so good! Boost your vitamins this Christmas with this easy-to-make raw vegetable platter and dipping sauce. Get the recipe at Betty Croker.

White Chocolate Dipped Cherries - tart up your cherries with some melted chocolate and silver balls. They look fantastic and best of all no stoning is required! Found at Four Generations One Roof.




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