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Christmas Food Roundup 2017

By Shadesofcinnamon

Christmas Food Roundup 2017

If you are planning a party this festive season, make sure you cater for everyone , vegetarian, seafood lovers, meat and chicken eaters, and of course those of you addicted to delicious desserts and cakes. This is my "Best Ever" collection of Christmas Food and Drinks created by amazing Chefs and cooks from around the globe. Have yourselves a fabulous food filled Christmas.

All credit goes to the sites mentioned for their incredible roundup of food that they have shared with us. Just click on the images or links for your Christmas feast. I hope they inspire you to cook up a storm this holiday season.

Christmas Food Roundup 2017

Great British Chefs have put together 43 Canapes to get you inspired for your parties, gatherings and pre-drink get togethers this Festive Season.

Have a Holly Jolly Festive Season with 30 of Country Living's boozy creations.

Olive Magazine has created 16 Vegetarian Canape options that will have your vegetarian and vegan friends begging for more with these healthy and light options.

Woman's Day gives us 16 Non-Alcoholic Christmas mocktails for those of you who do not drink or are the designated drivers this festive season.

It is no secret that Donna Hay is my all time favourite and she shares her Christmas recipes from Ham and Chicken, Vegetable sides dishes to baking and desserts.

Olive Magazine inspires with 14 Delicious vegetarian dishes that will look great on your Christmas table. Great as sides for meat eaters and perfect as stand alone dishes for vegetarians.

Seafood is the quintessential centrepiece of an Australian Christmas. Here Gourmet Traveller shares there favourite seafood recipes, a festive spread of barramundi, king prawns, freshly shucked oysters perfect for entrées to main this Christmas.

Christmas Food Roundup 2017

Taste Australia wishes you a sweet little Christmas with cheesecakes, puddings, Pavlovas for which the Aussies are famous for, trifles, panna cottas and many more delectable Christmas desserts.

Christmas Food Roundup 2017

Jamie Oliver shows us the best rustic chutneys, sweet jams, a host of delicious biscuits, and great Christmas truffles.

Christmas Food Roundup 2017

And finally Great British Chefs have put together over 100 Christmas Baking ideas from simple to showstopper recipes. Some of these are also perfect for edible gifts.

May all the sweet magic of Christmas bring you joy, peace, and abundance of love. And for those of you, like me, who have family all around the world, who can't be with you at this special time, may your hearts be filled with beautiful memories of times shared.

Merry Christmas and keep safe over the Festive Season.

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