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Mulled cranberry juice, like mulled wine, is a winter tradition in my home. This warm, comforting drink is easy to prepare and is great for Christmastime.


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It is a recipe given to me some years ago by a friend when we were chatting about using up left over turkey. I usually serve it with pickled red cabbage (shop bought), and crispbreads.

Recipe by: Ennill

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Amazing, Turkish delight flavoured, pink coloured vodka. Takes 2 weeks to make but so-o-o-o worth it!

Recipe by: alliballibee

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We serve this at our "Hair of the Dog" party on New Year's Day. It's a fantastically warming punch scented with cinnamon sticks, nutmeg, chilli and orange. You can spike it with whisky, brandy or your favourite spirit.

Recipe by: HighSpeedMum

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This is a sponge cupcake with pink icing on top. It is wonderful and yummy, and this makes 18 cupcakes!

Recipe by: CassieCupcake

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A closely guarded recipe no longer. This is the best you'll find and I could not keep it to myself anymore. I am hoping my stay in Purgatory will be reduced as a result. Probably the best party drink. Make it in a bucket (or jug if you're posh) and let your guests help themselves. Sweet and delicious it will soon disappear. Easily doubled, trebled or quadrupled! If you haven't got these ingredients, by all means experiment.

Recipe by: EddieGib

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After learning that the Cosmopolitan cocktail, a supposed 'ally' of the weight watcher, was in fact more foe than friend, I set about the task of creating a much less sinful, yet equally indulgent alternative. The skosmopolitan contains barely half the calories of your standard Cosmo, and if you ask me . . . tastes just as good. By my calculations this baby will set you back around 75 calories per serving.

Recipe by: thescoffingcow

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Delicious, hearty and warming soup. Serve with a nice crusty roll. Easy to make ahead and re-heat if required.

Recipe by: RoosterandHen

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Qaghaq ta’ l-Ghasel or treacle rings as they’re called in English, are by far Malta’s favourite traditional Christmas dessert. Although not excessively difficult to make, they take quite a lot of patience and time to prepare. You can buy these delicious pastries all year round from confectionaries, but they are mostly consumed during the Christmas season.

Recipe by: NCE

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Picked straight from Don Simón’s sun-drenched groves in Spain, only the best Mediterranean oranges are selected and squeezed within 24 hours. As the no.1 juice brand in Spain, Don Simón recognises the world-renowned flavour, colour and rich source of vitamin C present in Spanish oranges. Each 750ml bottle contains 11 oranges, with every 150ml serving contributing to one of your five-a-day. Priced from just £1 for a 750ml bottle, enjoying a taste of Spain is possible without having to break the bank.

Recipe by: raldersley

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