Cheesy Puff Pastry Stars - My Fussy Eater | Easy Kids Recipes
These Cheesy Puff Pastry Stars make a super easy appetizer for Christmas parties and a great festive snack for kids too!
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Luxury sausage roll recipe
One sausage roll to rule them all... Glynn Purnell's not messing about with dinky sausage rolls. Just one big Christmas cracker! More
Christmas tree garlic bread
Each piece of this pull-apart bread has a melted mozarella centre. Brushed with garlic butter and served with a tomato dipping sauce, this will be a hit at any Christmas party buffet table
Mini toad in the hole... Sausages in Yorkshire pudding
There are times that (for various reasons) you just don't want to cook an elaborate lunch/dinner. You just want something simple, quick and comforting. Something that will make you happy and keep the peace within the family too ;) Toad in the hole is just that! At least at my house hold. I make "mini version" of it, as traditionally it's made in a big baking tray, as one big dish for everyone to share. The muffin tray works perfectly here and mini toads are just the right size for small…
10 cracking Christmas side dishes
Christmas dinner is all about the sides. From stuffing to roasted roots, spuds to sausages, each family has its favourites. But why not try a new recipe this year? Have a go at hasselback potatoes, add some truffle to your cauli cheese, or roast your Brussels in miso for a dish that's sure to convert even the most severe sprout sceptics. | Tesco
Butternut squash'age rolls from Waitrose & Partners
Sweet roasted butternut squash, chestnut and thyme wrapped in a puff pastry, topped with pumpkin seeds. The ultimate vegetarian party food, fit for any festive celebration. Shop now from Waitrose & Partners.
Sage and rainbow peppercorn hasselback potatoes | Tesco Real Food
Give these hasselback potatoes a go this Christmas and they may well outshine the turkey. Crisp, lightly spiced and absolutely moreish, they make a great change from the usual