Festive sweet treats for Christmas
Whether you’re preparing a spread for a Christmas party or looking for a festive treat to take over to the neighbours, these delicious recipes are sure to wow the crowd this festive season.
These five recipes are favourites from the Silversurfers community – will you give any a go?
Apple and Mincemeat Tarts
Mincemeat tarts are a classic for a reason, and this lighter recipe with apple puts a spin on the traditional dish. Find the recipe here. And, if you need a mincemeat recipe, our Homemade Christmas Mincemeat recipe is a fail-safe option.
Blackberry and Blueberry Christmas Cake
If you’re not a fan of heavy dried fruit cakes then try this light almondy sponge cake speckled with blackberries and blueberries drizzled with icing. Find the recipe here.
If you’re short on time this holiday season, this tiramisu is a showstopper that can be prepared in just twenty minutes then chilled in the fridge while you move on to other more important jobs. Find the recipe here.
Posh Chocolate Fridge Cake
The easiest cake you’ve ever made and perfect for those who are less keen on traditional Christmas sweet treats. Find the recipe here.
Festive Blueberry and Salted Caramel Popcorn
This delicious sweet popcorn makes a lovely and festive edible gift for a friend or neighbour and can be enjoyed as a light sweet treat after a big meal. Find the recipe here.
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