“Then the Grinch thought of something he hadn’t before! What if Christmas, he thought, doesn’t come from a store. What if Christmas…perhaps…means a little bit more!”
~ Dr. Seuss, How the Grinch Stole Christmas!
It’s me again Chelsi, Nicole’s VA!
As Nicole gets stormed in her farm with internet and electricity cut off, she sends her love by giving us a list of Top 5 Christmas Sweets recipes! We hope you enjoy making some of these!
1. Homemade Rocky Road for life’s bumpy bits
“It’s so easy even non-cooks can make it, and it’s a wonderful treat to spoil yourself with, or to give as a gift. It’s a simple combination of chocolate, nuts, marshmallows and jubes/jellies. You can create endless variations as your confidence grows, and to suit your own taste.”
2.Easy Moist Boiled Fruit-Cake Recipe
“My easy Boiled Fruitcake is a wonderful treat to serve with a cup of tea, or heated as a dessert with fresh cream, custard or ice-cream. Even non-cooks can make this cake!
I love this recipe because I can whip it up with ingredients I have in the pantry. It keeps well, and freezes well too.”
3.Easy Christmas Fudge Recipe
“This recipe is simple to make, even for beginners in the kitchen, and it tastes creamy and wonderful. The colours look very festive too!
And the best thing is, it only takes five minutes to whip up.”
“This is a super recipe. It’s rich and buttery, and the lovely crispness of the shortbread goes perfectly with a cup of tea. I like their rustic style too. It speaks of kitchens and aprons and being made with love.
This shortbread makes an easy and thoughtful home-made Christmas gift and is good to have on hand when friends pop by for a visit.
The recipe can also be made gluten-free or vegan very easily – simple substitutes are listed”
“This Christmas cake tastes just as good as the one that takes me a whole week to make, and the ingredients list is only a quarter of the length of my traditional one. But that doesn’t matter. No-one will know. They’ll just be impressed that you made this yourself. Santa will be happy with the slice you leave out for him (don’t forget some carrots for the reindeers – although Harry and Bert tell me reindeers adore dog treats!) and this cake makes a thoughtful gift for friends and family too.
You can also reheat slices to substitute for a traditional Christmas Pudding.
Yes – fast, versatile, simple and yummy. This recipe is a clear winner!”
If you get to make one of this, take a picture and share it with us on our Facebook page!.
Chelsi (Nicole’s VA) ❤ xx