Bonfire Night is the perfect excuse to get creative with your cooking! Why not add some popping candy to a classic chocolate cake? Or enjoy dunking dough balls into your favourite cheese!
In the UK we celebrate Guy Fawkes on the 5th November to mark the anniversary of the discovery of the Gunpowder Plot. We celebrate this occasion through firework displays across the UK and even with traditional dishes such as those below. So put on your oven mitts and whack out your whisks, because it’s time to get cooking with these festive foods!
Tingle your tastebuds with this perfect combination of warm and juicy! Whether it’s a sweet treat to finish off your meal, or your new favourite party favour – you’re sure to enjoy baking this recipe, and everyone will enjoy eating them!
A simple but cheesy favourite that everyone in the family can enjoy! Dip and dunk these homemade dough balls into the gooey camembert cheese! But beware, this recipe comes with a piping hot warning label!
When enjoying the sparks that pop on Bonfire Night, a simple chilli dish is one to dig into whilst soaking up the action! Add this all-rounder to your weekly menu that can be enjoyed on a jacket potato, with rice, chips, or half and half!
Get into the festive foodie mood by creating your very own catherine wheel that can be enjoy with a cup of tea, or as your dessert! Do you dare to dunk these into your cuppa?
Bake these classic chocolately goods for Bonfire night! They’re simple to make and there’s no doubt that any will go to waste – especially when deserved with a cold glass of milk.
Now this truly is the way to get into the spirit of Bonfire Night! Simply create this easy chocolate cake recipe, whilst filling with a surprise of popping candy pieces that will shock everyone when sliced inside!