“Whip up a Bread and Butter pudding with a festive twist by using sliced stollen instead of bread. And use up leftover Christmas pudding by making a sundae. Simply crumble into a sundae glass and top with a dollop of Sainsbury’s Taste the Difference ice cream.” - Claire Goldhill, bakery expert and JS Product developer

“Whip up a Bread and Butter pudding with a festive twist by using sliced stollen instead of bread. And use up leftover Christmas pudding by making a sundae. Simply crumble into a sundae glass and top with a dollop of Sainsbury’s Taste the Difference ice cream.” - Claire Goldhill, bakery expert and JS Product developer

Make a quick, easy and delicious Christmas sundae by adding chunks of Christmas pudding to a sundae glass together with some orange slices, vanilla ice cream and chocolate shavings. - Claire Goldhill, JS Product developer

Make a quick, easy and delicious Christmas sundae by adding chunks of Christmas pudding to a sundae glass together with some orange slices, vanilla ice cream and chocolate shavings. - Claire Goldhill, JS Product developer

For grown-ups only: “Mix ¼ teaspoon of ground cinnamon with a tablespoon of golden caster sugar on a small plate. Dip the rim of 2 martini glasses in a little orange juice and then in the sugar, slowly turning so only the outer edge is covered. Then fill a cocktail shaker with ice. Add 200ml Mulled Wine, 30ml Vermouth Rosso and the juice of one orange. Shake and pour into the glasses. Garnish with star anise and orange peel twists.” - Louise Lynch, BWS developer

For grown-ups only: “Mix ¼ teaspoon of ground cinnamon with a tablespoon of golden caster sugar on a small plate. Dip the rim of 2 martini glasses in a little orange juice and then in the sugar, slowly turning so only the outer edge is covered. Then fill a cocktail shaker with ice. Add 200ml Mulled Wine, 30ml Vermouth Rosso and the juice of one orange. Shake and pour into the glasses. Garnish with star anise and orange peel twists.” - Louise Lynch, BWS developer

An easy last-minute recipe to serve for breakfast on Christmas morning is this delicious Christmas tree cream cheese danish. Your family i...

Christmas Tree Cream Cheese Danish

An easy last-minute recipe to serve for breakfast on Christmas morning is this delicious Christmas tree cream cheese danish. Your family i...

An easy last-minute recipe to serve for breakfast on Christmas morning is this delicious Christmas tree cream cheese danish. Your family i...

Christmas Tree Cream Cheese Danish

An easy last-minute recipe to serve for breakfast on Christmas morning is this delicious Christmas tree cream cheese danish. Your family i...

"Pour leftover wine into ice cube trays and freeze. Transfer frozen cubes to a resealable plastic freezer bag. Add the cubes to soups and sauces for a flavour boost, use them to deglaze a pan, or float them in your next wine-friendly drink. (Sangria, anyone?)​" - Louise Lynch, BWS developer, and Kimberley Davenport, marketing and PR manager BWS

"Pour leftover wine into ice cube trays and freeze. Transfer frozen cubes to a resealable plastic freezer bag. Add the cubes to soups and sauces for a flavour boost, use them to deglaze a pan, or float them in your next wine-friendly drink. (Sangria, anyone?)​" - Louise Lynch, BWS developer, and Kimberley Davenport, marketing and PR manager BWS

Give your Brussels sprouts a make-over this Christmas with the Waitrose recipe for lemon and sage-buttered Brussels served with pecans.

Give your Brussels sprouts a make-over this Christmas with the Waitrose recipe for lemon and sage-buttered Brussels served with pecans.

Kids will love making these chocky puddings to give to friends - or to leave out for Santa ~ recipe Michelle Southan ~ pic Mark O'Meara

Christmas crackle puddings

Kids will love making these chocky puddings to give to friends - or to leave out for Santa ~ recipe Michelle Southan ~ pic Mark O'Meara

One of the easiest cakes to make, no baking required!  Chocolate Ripple Cake

Christmas Chocolate Ripple Cake

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