Top five festive dairy-free recipes to enjoy this Christmas

It’s that time of year again! The shops have decked the halls and our TV screens are full of festive ads, from excitable dragon’s and rapping knick-knacks, to mean sprouts and crisp-eating pop divas.

But for many, today is one especially pivotal date in the run-up to Christmas – Stir-up Sunday. We know many Pure fans especially will be rolling up their sleeves, to ensure a delicious and dairy-free Christmas.

To help get you started we’ve put together a list of some of our favourite festive free-from recipes to kick off Christmas baking season.

 

  1. Christmas pudding

Today’s main event. For many it just wouldn’t be Christmas without trying to squeeze in some Christmas pudding after dinner on the big day.

For dairy-free perfection, try our Christmas pudding recipe with orange liquor. Using Pure in both the bake and the sauce, it’s a win for the whole family.

 

  1. Christmas cake

Trusty GoodtoKnow has this delicious-looking dairy-free recipe for Christmas cake that we’re sure will keep you coming back for more. Don’t forget to pick up Pure Perfect Baking when you buy in your ingredients.

 

  1. Gingerbread

Baking gingerbread people at Christmas is a great way to introduce children to baking, especially when it comes to decorating them at the end. The Spruce Eats has created this simple dairy-free recipe to try out and enjoy with friends and family. It looks so good that we bet no one will even notice it’s dairy-free.

 

  1. Chocolate Yule Log

Chocolate bakes are amazing all year round, but there’s something special about a yule log. We cannot believe this beautiful yule log by The Little Blog of Vegan is completely vegan, it looks incredible! Guaranteed to give you your chocolate fix at Christmas.

 

  1. Christmas cookies

For something different and a bit of fun, we love these Grinch cookies by Simply Whisked. Whether you’re loyal to the books, the Jim Carey film or last year’s animation, we think it will go down a storm with Dr. Seuss fans of all ages. Just use 226g of Pure Perfect Baking where the author asks for ‘1 cup of butter-flavored shortening.’

 

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