Here are a few of our favourite gluten free Christmas dinner party recipes that are perfect for sharing and will definitely put a smile on everyone’s face.
There is nothing better than a room filled with your family and friends around Christmas and to top it all off, lots of delicious food. Now, don’t get me wrong, we love roasted sprouts, sesame cabbage and fluffy roasted potatoes as much as the next person, but there is absolutely nothing that can beat pudding. At this time of year, we like to bring out our best bakes and convince all of the sceptics that food can be delicious and indulgent regardless of what it is free-from.
This is the creamiest, indulgent chocolatey treat. We created the base out of hazelnuts, raw cacao and dates, making it a sticky, rich brownie. Sandwiched between each roll is a thick, nutella-like frosting, which adds moisture and extra enjoyment to each bite. The hardest bit about putting this pudding together is not eating it all before you serve! There is nothing that we crave more at this time of year, there is absolutely nothing that can beat this and we are warning you now, you wont want to share! Not only is this recipe so delicious, it is so simple and quick to make, your friends will be both, impressed and delighted.
These are the gooiest, chocolatey surprise that will really bring the wow factor to your dinner table. Encased within the crisp chocolate shell is the thickest, creamiest chocolate mousse, housing the perfect surprise, a Biccy Bom. We loved playing around with different ideas for this recipe and found that this was by far our favourite. This is the perfect, decadent pudding that will be the talking point of your guests for a long time! We hope you love this recipe as much as we do!
This is another recipe creation that we are very proud of. Jelly is a new addition to the LK kitchen, having found recent success was agar flakes. So although this took some trail and error, this terrine is the perfect success story! We think that this is the perfect dinner party addition. The different layers in this pudding means that it does’t just taste delicious, it looks beautiful and slices well. We love this with a hot chocolate sauce and some extra orange zest.