Remember, remember, eat good food in November…
The sky is dark, the weather cold and with Bonfire Night just a day away, it’s time for some of our favourite cosiest recipes for winter.
Whether you’re braving the temperatures or staying in around the fire, we’ve listed our top five winter warming Bonfire Night recipes to light up your firework night this year, from dinner all the way through to dessert.
#1 S’moreish Toffee Apples
An indulgent twist on a fairground classic, these toffee apples are perfect to nibble on during a firework display anywhere in South Wales.
Adding a naughty adjustment to your five a day, the apples are coated in a smooth toffee sauce rolled in a mouth-watering concoction of mini marshmallows and digestive biscuit crumbs and served with a drizzling of rich dark chocolate.
#2 Mini Chorizo Toad in the Holes
A finger food version of a traditional British dish. These bitesized toad in the holes are the perfect snack to line the stomach before an evening of celebrations.
Replacing the traditional sausage with tasty chorizo, this recipe is guaranteed to begin your November with a bang.
#3 Spiced Autumn Punch
Can you think of a better way to brave the cold this Bonfire Night than with a warm flask of hot punch? Made with an autumnal mix of spice and fruit, this moreish beverage makes it feel like Christmas has come early.
If you’re feeling in the party spirit, why not experiment with this recipe by adding your favourite seasonal tipple?
#4 Parmesan Garlic Roasted Baby Potatoes
A crispy dish full of flavour, this snack is quick and easy to make.
Whether you’re hosting a firework evening with friends or heading out to a display with your family, these tasty tidbits are the perfect sharer for any social occasion.
#5 Mini Chocolate, Nutella Ganache & Hazelnut Praline Layer Cake
The name of this recipe alone is enough to get your mouth watering!
A creamy blend of chocolate, more chocolate and a side order of nuts (with even more chocolate), this cake is actually really easy to make, and a perfect way to end the night on a sugar high.
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