Bundt® cakes look and taste amazing and this recipe courtesy of Nordicware is delicious. Use one of our Nordicware Bundt® Pans for an impressive Christmas dessert. Cinnamon and Pecan Bundt® Cake Cake 240g unsalted butter....
It is the eve of Christmas, wrapped presents going under the tree, last minute shopping and decorating the house, last minute rush to the supermarket to get those bits and bobs you forgot on the weekend. Start the festivities off with spiced mulled wine, simple to make, delight to enjoy.
Christmas doesn't get better with the smell of fresh Gingerbread cookies and a pinch of excitement in the air. As the holidays approach, why not get the kids involved in the kitchen and create some magical memories with a Gingerbread House.
Christmas is fast approaching, the time has come to bring in the old tree or buy a new tree and decorate it with all things sparkly, candy canes, baubles, gingerbread men, fairy lights, just pile the decorations around the tree and make it look spectacular. Some fake snow helps too, to bring in the cheer. Everyone should have Edible Decorations on their tree, rituals are essential to give us meaning, a sense of ceremony. These peppery gingerbread decorations will bring a joyous smile to anyone's face, especially on the little faces.
It’s that time of year again folks. Time to get out the currants and the marzipan and start creating this year’s Christmas cake. But, before you start, have you checked that you’ve got all of the important cake decorations. After all, you don’t want to go through all of that hard work only to realise you’re missing the vital finishing touches to your creation. With tons of cake making and decorating courses out there now, more and more people are choosing to make cakes at home on a regular basis. Some consider themselves experts in certain areas, like making the best Victoria Sponge on the planet, while others know exactly the right amount of fruit to put in their Christmas cakes, so it’s time to show off what you can do, with the proof, as they say, being in the pudding.