15th December 2017 by Sophie
We think the best part of the festive season is all the food, and if you agree then you probably won't say no to filling your house with EVEN MORE FOOD.
If you've ever wanted to live in a gingerbread house, this gingerbread garland could be the first step towards your dream.get the recipe
These cookies are great fun to make with kids who will love helping cut out the shapes and place the candy in the centre of the cookies. They’re also easy to make vegan (egg-free and dairy-free) and can be made gluten-free by simply substituting the plain flour for plain gluten-free flour.
But not only are these cookies really delicious, they’re simply beautiful to look at, especially when they catch the light. They make very pretty Christmas decorations too.get the recipe
And to take gingerbread to the next level - create the perfect Christmas centrepiece with this delicious edible wreath made up of crunchy spiced biscuits, beautifully decorated with gorgeous red and white iced stars.get the recipe
Decorate your tree with this super helpful step by step guide from blogger Debbie.get the recipe
Blogger Chris shows us how to dry oranges for Christmas! Drying oranges is so easy to do and it makes the house smell fabulous.get the recipe
These orange peel stars by @totallybydesign are super easy - just peel and cut! Pierce and thread with some ribbon to hang from a tree or wreath.
If you’re a candle person, you’ll love this potpourri. The best part is, you can really use whatever you have on hand. The must-haves are cinnamon, citrus, ginger and vanilla. Nothing makes it feel more like the holidays than those smells. So good.get the recipe
By Sophie, graze blogger.
Sophie is our London-based blogger, queen of content and all things writing at graze HQ! She loves working with the taste expert team to bring their recipes out into the world.
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