Christmas Food Ideas Part II

Buche de Noel

One can Transform this Christmas holiday dessert spread into a fantasyland by serving traditional French Buche de Noel, or yule log cake. Rich chocolate genoise (sponge cake) is rolled in a coffee- and brandy-flavoured buttercream, then decorated with marzipan berries, pinecones and mushrooms. Yummy right!!! You just need Nonstick vegetable oil spray, unsweetened cocoa powder, plus more for dusting, Powdered sugar (for dusting), flour, chocolate, coarsely chopped, vegetable oil, vanilla extract, eggs, separated, kosher salt, sugar, Cognac, dark rum, or brandy, whipped cream or Chestnut Mousse,Chocolate buttercream and Meringue mushrooms.

Strawberry Santas

Santa’s are special for Christmas. And in this Christmas little Santa strawberries would be great for brunch or as a light dessert. All you need are strawberries, whipped cream, and some chocolate sprinkles. kids as well others will love these yummy treats.

Cupcake Christmas Tree

Transform basic chocolate cupcakes into a stunning centrepiece for your Christmas dessert spread by generously coating the frosted tops with green sprinkles or jimmies and fastening them onto a Styrofoam cone using toothpicks.

Stollen

This traditional German dessert dazzled with candied fruit and nuts can be served plain or topped with powdered sugar or icing. You need Paper mini cupcake liners, sugar, flour, cocoa powder baking powder, salt, eggs, milk, vegetable oil, vanilla extract, almond extract and for the tree part you need Green sprinkles or jimmies, small Styrofoam cone, toothpicks, candy canes, fresh cranberries, Gold leaf Gold and red curling ribbon Sugar, for snow.

Sticky Toffee Pudding

For the final act in your holiday meal, whip up this gooey cake made with sweet rum-soaked dates and generously topped with toffee sauce. The pudding can be made ahead and kept in the fridge for up to two days or frozen for up to a month. But it’s better to enjoy fresh pudding this festive eve.

>Alma Siddiqua

 



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