Great for serving to children or designated drivers at Christmas time, New Year's Eve or parties.
We know it as Buck's Fizz, but the French call it Mimosa. Whatever you call it, this classic tipple is a must whether it's Christmas, Mother's Day or a simple weekend brunch.
Similar to a mimosa and a great way to strat the day!
i was feeling experimental and used all the ingredients i had in my house to make this recipe then when i ate it i decided to let everyone know how to make.
This is a sponge cupcake with pink icing on top. It is wonderful and yummy, and this makes 18 cupcakes!
Delicious and light alternative to heavy winter cakes and Christmas puddings. The sauce that is poured over after baking makes it incredibly moist.
A great and filling breakfast, with only 3 everyday ingredients - not including your seasoning of course! Once you get the hang of it, it's a quick meal for the family. You can use either oil or butter. The recipe makes 4 pieces.
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.
I adapted this recipe from a traditional vanilla one in an old Harrod's recipe book. I made it for party and it went down a storm!!
Slices of fruit bread, spread with walnut butter and filled with crisp celery cream. Augh--I wish I had a plate of them now!