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Christmas Bonanza Food

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worm77daisy Tue 27-Nov-12 17:01:34

So far I have held off having anything Christmassy in the house. BUT come Saturday our Elf is returning, we are putting up the Christmas tree and all the Christmas spirit is going to be released.

To mark the occasion I was going to have some Christmassy foods and drink whilst putting up the decorations and listening to our Christmas tunes.

So far I have planned:
Mulled Wine [obv.]
Snowman chocolate
Baked ham for tea
Sausage and Cranberry rolls
mini mince pies

I feel I need some more savoury Christmas snacks but can't think of any, can anybody make any suggestions?

VerityClinch Tue 27-Nov-12 17:01:52

Cheese straws

ShatnersBassoon Tue 27-Nov-12 17:03:44

M&S salt and vinegar nuts. They're blimmin lovely.
Aldi stollen bites - not savoury but delicious.

Clothilde Tue 27-Nov-12 18:05:16

Pigs in blankets!

Cheese and biscuits? Twiglets? Popcorn?

worm77daisy Tue 27-Nov-12 19:18:22


Oooh pigs in blankets lovely.

Does some cheffy person do spiced christmas nuts of have I imagined that?

I will look up the stollen bites...

I love picky food like this

ChristmasCountdown Tue 27-Nov-12 19:21:28

The nigella cheese straws recipe is on here and I usually roll out the dough and use festive cutters to make cheesy Christmas biscuits. They're very tasty (especially if you use a strong cheddar).

VerityClinch Tue 27-Nov-12 19:33:34

Nigella has a spiced nuts recipe too.

gingerpinz Tue 27-Nov-12 19:36:26

Nigella does the spiced nuts.

We are doing a similar thing on Sat and I am going to do Christmas tree pizzas.

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