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Christmas Sweets - Serve up store - bought treats with style

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Christmas Sweets - Serve up store - bought treats with style

December 2013

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Christmas Sweets - Serve up store - bought treats with style

With the help of FairPrice Finest, there’s no need to even set foot in the kitchen. On the eve of Christmas, it ain’t easy channeling your inner domestic goddess. Nip those baking disasters in the bud and opt for a stress-free menu of store-bought Yuletide sweets instead.

For an utterly decadent treat, we’re serving up a slice of Cole’s brandy, port & walnut Christmas pudding – just remember to keep it away from the little ones, this one’s for adults only! And another Christmas dessert we absolutely must have on our dining table - the Bonifanti Panettone Gran Milanese. Rich with seasonal ingredients like candied orange and sultana raisins, this traditional Italian delicacy makes the perfect gift for your neighbour’s Boxing Day brunch.

It simply isn’t Christmas without indulgent chocolates, cookies and candy. They only come around once a year so generous helpings are a must – the diets can start January 1! The usual suspects: Nestlé Quality StreetFerrero Rocher chocolates and Walkers mini shortbread cookies. These faves bring back fond memories of Christmas’ past.

Rope in your kids for a festive family activity. Get creative with the easy-to-assemble gingerbread house from The Wild Baker – with all the essential ingredients provided, this kit sure to provide hours of fun for the little ones. And let’s not forget Lemonhead peppermint candy canes. Forget about the typical peppermint kinds, these candy canes come in three fresh and fruity flavours. Use them to decorate your tree or pop them into Christmas stockings for a thoughtfully sweet treat.

After all the hullabaloo of Christmas, settle in for a quiet night of watching old movies with our snacks of choice: hot chocolate and Gourmet popcorn crunch from Simply Indulgent. Sweet, salty and an utterly moreish treat, we promise: the umpteenth re-run of How the Grinch Stole Christmas will never be this enjoyable!

This article was contributed by Honeycombers.

 

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