It’s almost Christmas! Thus, today’s we will be having a #throwback post and it is the Christmas Edition, with all the Christmas Ideas! Christmas is only a weeks away. Last year we have our very first official Christmas’s Day celebration, time really does pass fast.
one / Almond Madeleine
Food should be nourishing and delicious. It sounds simple, right? With sweets especially, it can be so hard to find treats that are as good to eat as they are for you. Tender, buttery Madeleine is one of my favorite cookies to enjoy with tea, and these rich, almond-scented ones are a lovely twist on the classic.
Are there times when you are hosting a dinner with friends and wanted them to feel welcome by adding some personalize touch? This cinnamon place-card holder will add a winter element that looks pretty and smells delicious to the Christmas table. This super simple cinnamon and Christmas leaf place card will take next to no time to create and will turn your table into a winter wonderland.
three / Creamy Scalloped Potatoes
Are your family all still hungry even after all the delicious food you have made? This Creamy Scalloped Potato is the most creamy, delicious scalloped potatoes are all an all-time dinner favorite. Most importantly it is using the most basic ingredients you have in the kitchen.
Back to Victorian times, there is a tradition when everyone in the household gives the Christmas pudding mixture a stir and makes a wish. Whilst stirring the fruit, spices, and liquor together, it’s very hard not to feel festive and uplifted. For our version, we decided to go with mini Chocolate Orange Christmas Pudding instead. For those of your family and friends whom never try previously, it is the best mass for a gift this holiday season.
five / Honey Roasted Nuts
While, for those who couldn’t decide what to get for your Christmas’s gift, why not make it your own. This year, instead of buying a whole load of expensive packets of roasted spiced nuts or honey-roasted ones, make your own! Who doesn’t love a little chew on a good walnut or almond at Christmas with a mug of hot choco? Or delving into a bowl of mixed walnuts and pistachio in the early evening.