Gordon Ramsay's Christmas bombe is a great alternative to the traditional Christmas pudding recipe. The combination of chocolate-y Swiss roll and sweet filling is delicious is a great treat on Boxing Day. Click picture for full recipe or go to www.redonline.co.uk.
Here’s one showstopping way to make hosting your dinner on the 25th super-easy: a chocolate roulade bombe, packed with luscious ice cream and chocolate chips. It’s a great alternative to traditional Christmas pudding and so simple to make – watch our video to find out how.
Gingerbread pudding with sticky toffee sauce recipe
This recipe for gingerbread pudding with sticky toffee sauce is a great twist on a classic British dessert. Ginger is a traditional Christmas flavour and this recipe uses preserved and ground. You can use fresh grated ginger instead of the ground in the sponge, if you like.
The Yule log, (also known as a bûche de Noël in France and Canada) is a traditional Christmas dessert served around the holiday. Chocolate cake with whipped cream frosting and decorated with chocolate bark.
If you prefer a lighter fruit cake at Christmas then these individual muffin-sized cakes will fit the bill perfectly. Made with a simple all-in-one sponge cake mix they are so much quicker to make than a classic fruit cake too! To give the cakes a boozier flavour, soak the dried fruit in 2 tbsp rum or brandy for 1-2 hrs before adding to the sponge mixture. For a more sophisticated decoration replace the glace icing with blanched almonds, pecans, sliced dried apricots and mixed coloured glace…