Christmas Menu Ideas

It is almost here – I can hear Santa’s sleigh bells in the distance, and can almost smell Christmas Dinner cooking. Do you still need some Christmas Menu ideas? I’ve done some of the hard work for you – and collated a bunch of great recipes from around the web.

Once you’ve browsed and chosen what you want to make – don’t forget to download your own copy of The Complete Christmas Menu Planner so that you can plan out a spectacular Christmas Menu for you and your family this year.

Now on with the Christmas Menu Ideas.

You cannot go past the awesome Jamie Oliver at Christmas – he is everywhere, but it is for a good reason. His recipes are easy and delicious. And he has such a great collection this year. Check him out here.

You could also check out Nigella too. She has some very decadent recipes that really are a once-a-year treat.

For another good ‘British’ menu, try the menu from BBC Good Food here. This includes roast beef and yorkshire puddings – two of my favourite things in a good roast.

I personally love the collection from The Natural New Age Mum – the recipes are all wholefood, healthy and delicious. Even if you don’t think a full menu would work for your family – maybe try and add a side dish or two from here.

Another good source of a wide variety of healthy Christmas recipes is The Healthy Chef – see her collection here. She includes a great Christmas cake and pudding, some gingerbread men and a bunch of salad options – useful for us summer bound Christmas types!

Merry Christmas from The Empowered Cook

 

I’ll be enjoying a month of summer holidays this year – and we plan to spend it simply at home and together. You’ll likely find me in the kitchen most days, cooking up some sort of a treat or making something else for the freezer. I plan to really fill my freezer in preparation for the New Year – and what better time to do that really!

I’ll be taking a break from posting here over Christmas and New Year – but I will be back in January with a super exciting 2017 for you.

For now – enjoy your festive season, eat good food, with those you love and with those that love you. Here’s to a New Year of sparkle and adventure – with an abundance of hope and good will.

Cheers!

 

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