Smoky flavours, crackling textures and great warming bowls of steaming goodness – Bonfire Night is a feast of autumnal flavours and colours.
Crack out the sparklers, wrap up warm, and tuck into these tasty ideas for a fireworks party – big or small. We’ve got a cosy chilli, rustic soups, sweet treats and more outrageously good recipes that everyone will want a bite of. These are our favourite Bonfire Night recipes for flavour explosions this November 5!
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The mild chilli warmth in these golden flaky sausage rolls is a gorgeous addition. They’re the perfect handheld treat to enjoy while standing round the bonfire.
If you haven’t already tried this technique with baked potatoes, you’ve got a delicious discovery ahead! It’s brilliant for using up any leftovers, too.
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A proper, rustic pot of ham hock and peas – ladle out big spoonfuls of this classic combo and serve with a hunk of warm crusty bread.
Any riff on toffee apple flavours is going to go down well in our book. These little cupcakes have added dried apricots and chocolate on top – you’re going to love them!
Sausages are a classic fireworks night treat, whether covered in ketchup in a hot dog or on top of smooth, creamy mash – but this Bonfire night recipe is a game-changer! Putting a twist on both classics, our sausage wraps with cheesy mash are a total treat, plus you can prep it in advance to make your night easier.
Whether you’re feeding a crowd or looking for the perfect recipe to warm you up after a chilly evening watching fireworks, Gennaro’s squash and pancetta penne is a winning dish. The butternut squash and pancetta complement each other so well, adding sweet and saltiness that we all crave on a festive night in the fresh air.
Made using just six simple ingredients, these gooey chocolate biscuits are ideal as a quick and super easy bake to bring to your fireworks party – they’re guaranteed to all be gone by the end of the night!
Our mini vegan doughnuts are warm, sweet and soft yet crispy, and such a great Bonfire night recipe that everyone will enjoy. Coated in a moreish vanilla sugar and dipped in a tangy raspberry sauce, this lovely recipe is worth the little extra effort.