As this will be my last post before Christmas (I work hard, but even I balk at the idea of working on Christmas Day!!), I just wanted to take this opportunity to wish all my lovely readers a very Merry Christmas and to thank you all for being so fantastic!! I have been blogging for just over 7 months and they have been some of the happiest months of my life. I really enjoy dreaming up recipes, trying them out, photographing my successes, writing up my blog posts and all the social media fun and games that goes with being a blogger. But the best bit by far is getting to hang out (in a digital sort of a way) with such lovely people. I have been so encouraged by all your visits, kind comments, tweets, likes and enthusiastic feedback on my recipes. Thank you so much!!
Anyway, before I go all misty eyed, I will just say…I hope you get everything you asked Santa for, your Christmas dinners go without a hitch and you have a lovely time celebrating with your family and friends and, most importantly…I hope you win at Monopoly!!
If you are wondering what to do with your leftovers after Christmas, check out my Boxing day post, which will be a round up of all my ideas for your Christmas leftovers.
But just in case you are still not quite sorted for Christmas Day, I will leave you with a little recap of all my Christmas recipes and posts to inspire you.
Merry Christmas and see you on Boxing Day!
Easy Peasy Foodie Christmas Food Roundup
A simple starter that takes virtually no effort and doesn’t fill you up too much before the main event.
A delicious warm rice salad – perfect for a light tea on Christmas day or for taking to a Boxing Day buffet.
All the flavours of Christmas, none of the faff!
Simple tips to make cooking your Christmas turkey easy peasy!
A delicious make-ahead side dish to go with your turkey.
Simple tips to take the stress out of cooking your Christmas dinner.
A simple ,but tasty gravy made using the turkey giblets.
A very easy stuffing recipe that has been in my family for decades.
A very festive tasting meal, but which doesn’t involve turkey or sprouts!
Delicious, gently spiced biscuits. Great to make with kids!
Cute little homemade mince pies. Another great baking project for kids.
A delicious twist on a classic apple crumble and a great way to use up the last of a jar of mincemeat.
A handy time plan for you Christmas dinner and a shopping list to go with it.
Last but not least – my mammoth sprout post: 7 different things to do with your sprouts this Christmas!!