If you’re looking for gluten-free Christmas party ideas, these mini Christmas desserts will make sure everyone can get stuck into pudding
Christmas is a great time to bake, but it needn’t all be fruitcakes. A pistachio topping gives a crunchy texture to this very light white chocolate cake.
This article by Jamie’s gardener looks at some of the more unusual (but still delicious) vegetables you can serve up alongside the Christmas roast.
If you’re hosting a party or just want to treat yourself this Christmas, get inspired with these amazing Christmas cocktails – from hot buttered rum to delicious daiquiris
Filled with creamy Brie and sweet cranberry sauce, this amazing stuffed mushroom recipe is gluten free and perfect for parties.
For those on a special diet, making the Christmas feeling come alive will be a breeze with gluten-free party food like this beautiful wild rice recipe.
This year, instead of buying a whole load of expensive packets of spiced roasted nuts nuts or honey-roasted ones, make your own!
I’m not going to be shy here – this Christmas cake recipe is utter genius, and every fruitcake-hater I’ve ever tried it out on concedes that it’s good.
The party season is almost here, and this is when store-cupboard-inspired dips and quick canapés come into their own to make great Christmas party food.
Crumbly and caramel-like in flavour, fudge is a wonderful sweet treat and, with a little practice, it’s simple to make too – the perfect homemade gift.