Christmas just wouldn't be Christmas without mince pies! Mince pies have been eaten as part of a traditional British Christmas since as long ago as the 16th century.
Spend a few minutes making your own spiced walnuts and impress your guests!
A memorable Christmas yeast bread with aromatic cardamom and colourful dried fruit filling. It makes a lovely centre piece for the festive table. The wreath can be frozen without the icing.
This show-stopper of a Christmas Cake makes a change from the more traditional icing and marzipan decoration.
A simple, fast but oh so tasty way of serving a selection of fruits, they take on the flavour of the seasonal spices and are delicious served with ice cream, cream or custard. A piece of shortbread could be the best accompaniment.
Impress your guests by making these delicious mini Christmas pud cake pops by Dawn Roads, AGA Food Editor.
Shortbread is traditionally given as a Christmas treat. This recipe is very festive with its red and green ingredients. It makes a delightful gift popped into a food safe cellophane bag, tied with a red ribbon. Try drizzling with melted chocolate for a change.
A delicious alternative to mulled wine by AGA Food Editor, Dawn Roads.
This delicious crumble is the perfect winter comfort food.
These Mini Christmas Puddings make for a delicious festive treat.