10 Simple Recipes For Christmas Morning

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10 Simple Recipes For Christmas Morning 

Christmas morning is usually full of wonderful, excited chaos. Kids, pressies, and trying to get ready to go out to see family or friends. For me, in my family I am usually on potato salad duty. But I also like to bring something fresh, festive and simple for the kids to enjoy, or my favourite dip for everyone to swoon over. You can find many of these recipes in our Free Christmas eBook – last day to download this wonderful book to keep forever.

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Here are 10 great recipes that you have time to make on Christmas morning

1. Veggie Christmas Trees - the kids will probably gobble these up before they realise it’s good for them. They look fantastic on the plate and can be dipped into hummus or other dips on offer.

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2. Watermelon Christmas Trees - all you need is a watermelon and a knife. It takes about 5-10 minutes to chop it up and you don’t need to add the yoghurt detail. Everyone will love how cute these are and most kids love watermelon.

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3. Christmas Cranberry Snowballs - A really delicious food processor bliss ball that is good for adults and children alike.

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4. Fruit fondue - You can make this more festive by using red, white and green fruits. A really nice share plate for the kids table.

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5. Festive Frozen Grapes – These grape skewers don’t need to be frozen. They look really lovely on the plate together too. Just remember food safety when serving whole grapes to children as they can post a choking risk.

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6. Banana Christmas Snowmen – These little snowmen are so cute, and when you walk in with a plate of them you will love all the attention you get haha.

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7. Banana and strawberry candy cane – A simple but really effective crowd pleaser, and the kids will really enjoy some fresh fruit in amongst all the delicious Christmas food.

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8. Strawberry Santa Hats - Ridiculously cute and easy to eat you will enjoy making these and love how good they look on the plate.

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9. Crispy Christmas Trees – Something savoury for the kids is always welcome on Christmas Day. These little bites can be cut in advance and then decorated by the kids themselves.

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10. Apple, pear and oat balls – Sometimes it’s nice to bring along a healthier sweet snack for the kids. This means they aren’t left out and you aren’t shoo-ing them away all day from all the pretty looking sweet stuff.

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For more great Christmas ideas and for all of your baby, toddler and family food nutrition info and recipes visit the One Handed Cooks Facebook pageInstagramTwitter and Pinterest.

 

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