Ideas for Christmas Baking

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The holiday season is a time of goodwill and joy, decorations, music and family parties. One of the cornerstones of the season is the food. From gingerbread men and candy canes to mince pies and cookies. The Christmas holiday is a time to indulge and be thankful for everything in your life.


Christmas food looks even more delicious when cooked and displayed in Denby Pottery, bringing that traditional British look to any dinner table. We’ve got 3 quick and easy Christmas baking ideas for you to try over the holiday period.

So sit back, relax and prepare to wow the family and impress your friends. Don’t forget, you can buy all the bakeware you need from Denby Pottery.


Warm Apple Pie

Nothing says traditional American cuisine like a warm, home baked apple pie. This true taste of Christmas is packed with melt-in-your-mouth apples and warming spices; all encased in delicious golden pastry. So good you’ll want to eat dessert first!

Quick and easy to cook, follow the simple recipe steps from the Guardian lifestyle to create the perfect warm apple pie.


Gingerbread Biscuits

Gingerbread biscuits bring together a mix of sweet and spice, perfect for snacks and festive gatherings. The Guardian lifestyle provides an easy step by step guide to make these delicious gingerbread biscuits.



Traditional British Christmas Pudding

One of the main differences between British and American Christmas tables is the  Christmas Pudding. In keeping with true traditions of Denby Pottery, we thought we’d do our bit to spread the word of this great British classic.

The Guardian lifestyle once again provides the easy to follow, step by step guide. Serve with brandy butter, cream or even custard for the ultimate indulgence.

So there you have it, our round-up of our favorite, quick and easy Christmas crowd-pleasers! We’re sure that these recipes will delight the family and impress your friends, so much so that they’ll be asking for the recipes themselves!


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