First of all, don’t panic! Stick to easy recipes such as mince pies, brownies or biscuits. They’re quick, simple and will never fail to get the ‘mmmm’ factor. And remember, it's the thought that counts - so enjoy it. Especially when it comes to the tasting!Follow our easy mince pie recipe
There are so many benefits to baking with kids - developing life skills, improving maths and inspiring their imaginations. But most of all, it's fun! Let them lick the spoon, cut the cookies and make magical Christmas memories.Use our gingerbread men recipe to get you started
Love the Christmas cake your Grandma used to make? Or maybe you just can’t beat a Christmas pud. Traditions are a big part of the season, so why not start making your own?Read our Christmas pudding and cake recipes
Don't listen to the non-believers. Gluten-free recipes taste just as good! And you'll earn some serious brownie points from all your guests. Definitely a delicious way to get on the nice list.Try something different and check out our gluten-free mulled wine cheesecake
Traditionally, families gather together on the last Sunday before Advent (Stir-up Sunday). And everyone takes a turn to stir the pudding mix, making a special wish for the year ahead.
According to tradition, you should eat one mince pie on each of the 12 days of Christmas to bring good luck. Well, who are we to argue?!
Apparently, the total amount spent on Christmas puddings by the UK is £48,000,000. Just pudding it out there!