Gingerbread houses can be notoriously fiddly, which is why we chose to decorate with our favourite store bought treats! This easy gingerbread house is still the real deal, however, so you will need to bake the gingerbread pieces ahead of time and stick them together with icing. It's the perfect marriage of baking and crafting that is guaranteed to impress this Christmas.
Rich, decadent and fudgey, this glorious chocolate fudge recipe is perfect to enjoy on it's own straight out of the fridge or alongside a scoop of ice-cream for a decadent dessert. You'll need a candy thermometer for this recipe.
There is some debate about the origins of this delightful doughnut-like sweet. Some say Spanish or Portuguese, some say South American. We're just happy they were invented at all, because life is just a little bit sweeter with churros.
If you pop the chicken in the marinade in the morning, this dish can be on the table in under 30 minutes. Chicken thigh fillets are better than the breast for this dish as the thigh meat is more tender and juicy.
Macaroni cheese is the iconic soul-warming comfort food. Made with a proper bechamel sauce and topped with a scattering of crispy breadcrumbs, this version has all the tender, crunch, and cheesiness you could want.
There is a lot to love about a classic lasagne. Served with a crisp salad, it's an all-in-one meal that is a guaranteed crowd pleaser and it tastes even better the following day. That's if there's any left!