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Francesco Mazzei’s Calabrian Mince Pies

Francesco Mazzei shares his recipe for decadent Calabrian mince pies. Made with a mixture of walnuts, hazelnuts, pistachio nuts and dried fruit, they're best enjoyed when paired with a glass of Marsala for...
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Tom Aikens’ Organic Mini Pumpkin And Ricotta Tarts

Tom Aikens' mini tarts with spiced honey make a perfect party canapé. With a crisp puff pastry base topped with a lightly spiced, sweet pumpkin purée and creamy ricotta cheese, they're both seasonal and...
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Buttered Champagne

This nutty brown-butter-infused vodka is the perfect way to spruce up your festive fizz. Serves 20 Ingredients 3 x 750ml bottles champagne (or sparkling wine) butter liqueur 90g unsalted butter 350ml...
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Oyster, Caviar and Quail Yolk Canapés

These Russian oyster, caviar and quail yolk canapés are ideal for any festive soirees.  Makes 24 canapés Ingredients 100g Ukranian ‘salo’ (or the fat from Iberico ham) 24 native oysters,...
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Spelt Flour Mince Pies

Break from tradition and try baking your mince pies with spelt flour instead. Compared to conventional wheat flour, spelt flour is versatile, light and easy to digest – making it a helpful aid for the...
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Mulled Wine Cupcakes With Chestnut Frosting

Nothing says Christmas quite like mulled wine - and we're loving ours in the form of these delectable mulled wine cupcakes with Irish whisky and chestnut frosting. Makes 8-10 For the cupcakes: 300g...
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Adam Handlings’ Nutcracker Sweet

Chef Adam Handlings' Nutcracker Sweet is perfect for a tempting grown-up sweet treat. Made with Nutella, chocolate liquor and dark rum, it's both decadent and utterly divine. Serves one Ingredients 2 x...
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Cindy Robert’s Galette Des Rois

January in France is a buzzing and festive time of year when almost every bakery window is filled with impressive displays of la “Galette des Rois,” a traditional French pastry. Literally translated...