Christmas cake recipes

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Traditional Christmas Cake

Traditional Christmas Cake

If you’re a Christmas cake fan now is the time to make one. It’s the beginning of November which means Christmas is on its way and it’s time to get started on some festive baking
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Light Christmas cake...

Light Christmas cake...

I've "discovered" Christmas cake only after moving to Ireland those many years ago. The "normal" version would be "fed" with alcohol over few weeks leading to Christmas, but with two little people at home that wasn't an option for me
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Christmas Fruit Cake Recipe

Christmas Fruit Cake Recipe

It’s no secret I’m a fan of cake, and I love making a Christmas Fruit Cake. Christmas is quite possibly one of my favourite times of the years
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Christmas Cake!

Christmas Cake!

The countdown to Christmas starts with the creation of the cakes. To make a cake. This recipe is adapted from Morrisons Rum-Soaked Christmas Cake
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Christmas with Cake 2 The Rescue

Christmas with Cake 2 The Rescue

Our Christmas Tree cake kit arrived super fast (the next day) and upon opening the box, I was impressed again by it’s contents, with every little detail required to make the cake included – from a box to bake it in, all the ingredients, a cake board, decorations, a server and even candles
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Easy Christmas Cake Recipe

Easy Christmas Cake Recipe

Wonderful, Festive Christmas Cake. Spend more time relaxing with your family this Christmas by preparing the food well in advance using these handy recipes
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Merry Christmas! Magic, Carols, Snowflakes, Mince Pies and Fairy Cakes

Merry Christmas! Magic, Carols, Snowflakes, Mince Pies and Fairy Cakes

Magical Christmas Fairy Cakes. Merry Christmas. Magic, Carols, Snowflakes, Mince Pies and Fairy Cakes. I have shared a couple of recipes below that we shall be making over Christmas and New Year………and so it’s with a big flourish of tinsel, cream, sherry, cranberries and fruit cake that I wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a VERY Happy and Healthy New Year
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Mincemeat Christmas Pudding Cake

Mincemeat Christmas Pudding Cake

Waitrose have found out that the top five desserts enjoyed by people at Christmas are Christmas pudding, Christmas cake, mince pies, chocolate Yule log and trifle
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Easy Christmas Cake

Easy Christmas Cake

There are two types of Christmas cake - unhealthy and very unhealthy. The timings for this kind of cake vary
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Christmas Cake

Christmas Cake

Christmas cake is an all year round cake as far as I’m concerned. In order for your cake to survive it’s important you preserve it and there’s no better way in my opinion than making sure it’s been well fed, fed with brandy that is
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Christmas Tree Bundt Cake

Christmas Tree Bundt Cake

It was ridiculously easy to pop out of the tin and a splash of garish icing later and I had a wonderfully kitsch Christmas cake
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Christmas Ale Loaf Cake

Christmas Ale Loaf Cake

This cake was inspired by a random bottle of Christmas ale that I found in the cupboard. 1 spicy tea bag - I used Betty's Christmas tea, but a nice Assam or Chai would work. 125ml Christmas ale (any beer really - although I must insist you stay from cacky yellow fizzy stuff). 1 spicy tea bag - I used Betty's Christmas tea, but a nice Assam or Chai would work. 125ml Christmas ale (any beer really - although I must insist you stay from cacky yellow fizzy stuff)
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Christmas Cake for Cheese

Christmas Cake for Cheese

We've just finished our first Christmas cake, and when I say we've finished it I don't mean we've finished making it or finished decorating it, I mean we've actually just finished eating it
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Christmas Jaffa Cakes

Christmas Jaffa Cakes

Jaffa cakes, in Christmas flavours. I’ve been using the new range of Christmas jams from Mackays. Neither of them work particularly well in Jaffa cakes but thick, good quality jams and marmalades do
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Rich Christmas Fruit Cake Recipe

Rich Christmas Fruit Cake Recipe

Baked Goods, Cakes, Christmas, Christmas Recipes, Recipes, Seasonal Recipes. Stir-up Sunday (the last Sunday before the start of Advent) is one of the quintessentially British Christmas traditions where the family gets together to make their Christmas pudding, and all get a chance to stir the mixture and make a wish