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Christmas is fast approaching but there’s still time to make some easy Christmas recipes.

I’ve listed below some of the most popular Christmas recipes from this website.

This easy Christmas cake recipe has been very popular leading up to Christmas. It’s super quick and easy – and there’s no soaking involved!

Easy Christmas Cake Recipe

Once you’ve made your own mince pies, you wont want to buy ready-made ones. Use frozen shortcrust pastry, thawed, to cut down on preparation time for this mince pie recipe.

Mince Pie Recipe

If you’re planning on having roast turkey for Christmas dinner, have a go at making your own turkey stuffing. It’s quick and easy to make and you can serve in ‘on the side’ or stuff it in the turkey cavity.

Turkey Stuffing Recipe

Cranberry sauce is also delicious with roast turkey and easy Christmas recipes don’t come much easier. Double the quantities so you’ll have enough left-overs to make some Christmas Cranberry Muffins on Boxing Day πŸ™‚

Easy Cranberry Sauce Recipe

Christmas dinner isn’t complete without some Christmas pudding for dessert. Make them in advance and reheat in the microwave on the day.

Christmas Pudding Recipe

For a change, you might like to try Christmas ice-cream pudding. It’s quick and easy to make and less ‘heavy’ than traditional Christmas pudding.

Christmas Ice Cream Pudding


A very Happy Christmas to all my readers and best wishes for 2012.

Thank you for visiting my website – you can leave comments and suggestions below.

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Jan Littlehales

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13 Responses to “Easy Christmas Recipes – in Ten Minutes”

  1. Doctor Bill says:

    My mouth was watering just looking at the picture. Definitely going to try the mince pies

  2. Thanks Doctor Bill – Mince pies are delicious, especially hot out of the oven on Christmas morning with a glass of champagne and orange juice πŸ™‚

  3. John Davis says:

    That’s superb. I want all of them for chrissy Santa. Dr bill they do look sensational.

  4. lisa Wood says:

    Oh I so love the idea of these easy yummy recipes πŸ™‚

    So what time is xmas dinner at your house?


  5. What a great way to close the year out – easy Christmas recipes always go down a treat with so much going on. A big Merry Christmas to you and your family. Go the mince pies!

  6. Thank you John, Lisa and David,
    All this talk about mince pies is getting me right in the mood for Christmas πŸ™‚

  7. Harry Lynn says:

    What a brilliant idea to have the link to the recipes via the picture. Very Clever.

  8. Definitely wish I was having Christmas dinner at your house this year!!

  9. Mmmm, I would love to spend Christmas at your house, Jan and tasting all your easy Christmas recipes cooked by the one and only, Dinner In Ten Minutes star!! Hope you enjoy your holidays, especially with all that delicious eating to be done!

  10. Thanks Lina, Sean and Harry,
    Wishing you, and all my other readers, a very happy Christmas.
    Spending quality time with family and friends and sharing yummy food – there’s nothing to beat it πŸ™‚

  11. Cherie Rasmussen says:

    Wow Jan, thanks so much for all the great Christmas recipe ideas. These certainly all look fantastic and I will be able to get the kids to help cook them too. Have a fantastic Christmas and with these recipes we will be spending more time enjoying than stuck in the kitchen! πŸ™‚

  12. Thanks Cherie – you too have a fabulous Christmas with family and friends πŸ™‚

  13. I like the concise nature of your website and the recipes. Well done! I will need to get into shape after this!

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