Here at Jamie Oliver HQ, we love a Bonfire Night get-together. It’s a great excuse to meet up with loved ones and enjoy some delicious nibbles while watching the fireworks. Whether you’re hosting your own party, or want something sweet to warm up with when you get back home, we’ve got a Bonfire Night baking recipe for you.
From sticky buns and iced, spiced muffins to portable traybakes and delicious puds, our beautiful Bonfire Night bakes will make your firework night go with a bang.
Looking for savoury bakes? From pasties and rolls to warming soups, we’ve got you covered with our ultimate Bonfire Night feast recipes.
Jamie’s one-pan Toffee apple bun recipe is a tasty riff on a Bonfire Night classic. Soft, sticky and packed with toffee, apple and warming cinnamon, this tear ’n’ share pud is as autumnal as it gets.
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You can’t beat a good brownie – add salted caramel into the mix, and you’ve got yourself a seriously banging bake! Perfectly portable, these squares of joy are perfect to hand out around the bonfire.
Rich, fluffy sponge, warming sweet spices and loads of lovely sauce, this pud is a British classic for a reason. You can easily make this one ahead, ready to reheat when your guests come in from the cold.
Your microwave is capable of more than you know — use it to make Jamie’s gorgeous, quick steamed treacle pudding recipe. It’s a brilliant one-cup warmer for chilly evenings when you need something fast.
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Hearty and delicious, Jamie’s bread & butter pudding recipe is the perfect welcome home on a cold, dark evening. The marmalade is a brilliant addition and brings a welcome little zing.
Check out Jamie’s Vegan bread & butter pudding recipe
Use up the leftovers from your Halloween pumpkins with Jamie’s Butternut squash muffins recipe. They’re super cute, totally delicious and perfect for enjoying by the bonfire.
A hot, crisp doughnut dusted with crunchy sugar is pure dynamite at a Bonfire Night party. This vegan doughnut recipe is a fantastic treat to share with your guests, and will make the celebration pretty special.
Yes, you can easily buy these in the shops, but if you’re hosting a party, you need something special! This homemade jaffa cake recipe is easier than you might think, and can be made the day before. They’re totally worth the extra effort.
Rich and gooey, Jamie’s chocolate cookie recipe is simple, tasty and fun. Kids and grown-ups will love the soft chocolate centre – they’re epic when dunked into a cup of hot milk.
OK, so not really a bake, but we couldn’t leave out Buddy’s super-easy banana firework lolly recipe. Sprinkle these chocolate-dipped bananas with lime zest, dried berries, crushed nuts – or whatever you fancy. Make with the kids ready for them to enjoy under the fireworks!
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