When we think of delicious Christmas food, we usually think of cookies and chocolate cakes, and then, of course, ice cream and pie.
But this is not the only great Christmas dessert that we eat.
Here are five of the best Christmas dessert recipes you can try at home.
Carrot and Apple Carrot Cake Recipe by Sarah Geddes, author of Carrot & Apple Carrots Recipe: “My parents are both obsessed with carrot and apple cakes.
They have never had them in person, so when I first started writing this recipe I was a little apprehensive.
But as I went through the recipe and watched how my family loved it, I realised that the real reason why they loved it was that I was the only one in the house who didn’t have them in my home.
So, naturally, it turned out to be one of my favourite Christmas desserts ever.
I’ve since created this version of the carrot cake for my mum’s birthday and it is delicious and full of flavour!”
Raspberry & Mango Cake Recipe from How to Make a Mango Muffin recipe by Lauren St. Laurent, author: “For the muffins I used the following recipe: Raspberry Mango Pudding: 1/4 cup raspberry jam 2 tbsp white sugar 1/2 cup water 1/3 cup water 4 large eggs 1 tbsp mango zest 1 tsp cinnamon 1/8 tsp nutmeg 2 tbsp maple syrup 1 tbsp coconut milk 1 tsp vanilla extract 1/6 tsp baking powder 2 tbsp chocolate chips Directions: Preheat oven to 180C/350F (180C/gas mark 6) and line muffin tins with parchment paper.
In a large bowl, combine raspberry jam, sugar and water and set aside.
In another bowl, whisk eggs, mango and cinnamon together.
Add remaining ingredients and whisk until combined.
Mix eggs with coconut milk, vanilla, baking powder, chocolate chips and almond extract until combined and fluffy.
Add dry ingredients and mix until smooth.
Add the coconut milk mixture to the egg mixture and mix.
Place a muffin tin on the baking tray and fill it halfway.
Bake for 45 minutes or until a toothpick inserted in the centre comes out clean.
Cool completely before removing the muffin from the tin and icing with icing sugar.
Coconut Milk Cake Recipe: by Carina Dyer, author and food blogger: “The coconut milk cake is one of the easiest desserts to make and you can make it as is or add some whipped cream and sprinkles to make it even more delicious.
You can even use it as a birthday gift for your loved ones.
This recipe was also featured in How to Create a Mascarpone Cake, Make a Chocolate Muffins and Make a Cookie Dough Cake.
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Carina has also shared a coconut milk coconut muffin recipe that is very popular and is made with only two ingredients: almond milk and coconut milk.
The muffins are so easy to make that even the kids can get into them.
Try making the coconut and almond milk muffins this Christmas for your family or friends!
Make sure you don’t forget to check our Coconut Milk recipe page for more great recipes.
Christmas Pancakes Recipe by Julie and Dan, author/cookbook author: ‘Christmas Pancakes is the perfect recipe for a great holiday.
It is light, quick, filling and really good for breakfast.
Julie and I make these pancakes at least once a week and they are so much better than the regular ones, which have a much softer, mushier taste.
It makes a great afternoon snack or a good breakfast treat.’
Pumpkin Cake Recipe adapted from Recipez: ‘A perfect Christmas dessert recipe!
My Mum makes these every year and they’re so easy, the best part is that it’s all made with pumpkin.
These are great with pumpkin-cream cheese and pumpkin-pie filling!’
Pumpkin Pie and Coconut Cake Recipe with Coconut Cream Cheese and Coconut Cream Sauce by Julie Dyer and Dan Dyer: ‘The recipe is simple but a bit rich.
If you don´t like the texture of the whipped cream, you can use just a little less whipped cream than I have in the recipe.
If the whipped creams don´ t taste good, you will have to add some coconut cream sauce to the mix to balance the flavour.
You will need: 4 tbsp coconut cream 1 tbsp powdered sugar 1 tsp maple syrup, to taste 1/16 tsp cinnamon, to make up 1 tsp pumpkin-milk-vanilla-baking powder 1/5 tsp nutmegs, to add a little extra flavour 3 tbsp coconut-oil butter, for frying 2 large eggs 2 tbsp coconut butter, melted 1/7 tsp vanilla 1/10 tsp coconut extract, to balance flavour 1/9 tsp vanilla-bake powder 1 tbsp cocoa powder, to