Give the English madeleine a festive spin by infusing with the flavours of a classic snowball cocktail.
This showstopping cake is a glorious combination of chocolate and mint that makes an excellent dessert for a festive party.
Turn the clock back with our nostalgic black forest cake with a modern twist.
Looking for an easy chocolate cake to feed vegan friends over the festive season? Decent espresso powder is the key to this luxurious vegan chocolate sponge, sandwiched together with indulgent (and butter-free) chocolate buttercream.
We've added a splash of booze and morello cherries to this classic Christmas treat and topped with buttery crumble for extra indulgence.
Your favourite cocktail as a loaf cake – perfect for a grown-up afternoon tea over the festive season.
Need a show-stopping dessert recipe to impress guests over the Christmas period? Check out our indulgent festive yule log with a boozy Baileys cream and crunchy hazelnut brittle, the perfect festive bake.
Inspired by the dirty chai (a masala chai latte with a shot of espresso), this showstopping cake boasts layers of chai ganache and chocolate ombre sponge, the perfect festive bake to impressive guests over the cheerful season.
Want an easy fruit cake with no fuss? Impress your guests this Christmas and jazz up your cake with rum and a simple almond buttercream. Make it now or save the recipe to whip up an easy Christmas baking idea.
Treat someone special this Christmas with these melt-in-the-mouth chocolate truffles with a boozy kick.
Looking for an easy edible gift to give friends over the festive season? Check out these indulgent chocolate tiffins with our favourite Christmas drink in solid chocolate form. You don’t have to include the edible glitter but it does give added bling. Check out our other Baileys recipes here.
Looking for Christmas treats to bake? Soak up the cuteness of our melted chocolate snowmen cupcakes. These easy-to-make cupcakes are great fun to bake with the whole family and make for quick and easy Christmas party food.
Looking for a foodie festive activity to do with children? Our spiced Christmas biscuits make perfect edible decorations to hang from your tree or mantle. You can leave them out for Santa or wrap them up as a gift, the possibilities are endless!
Need a show-stopping cake to serve family and friends over the festive season? Check out our best Christmas cake recipe. It might not be snowing outside, but one bite of this cake and you'll feel like you're in a winter wonderland. Filled with coconut and covered in white chocolate, it's sweet and indulgent.
A Christmas baking recipe using the popular festive flavour of clementine. Check out this clementine drizzle loaf, a festive take on the classic lemon drizzle cake. This light loaf recipe is super simple to bake and it's an easy crowd pleaser.
Put an imaginative twist on your classic mince pie recipe this Christmas by adding shortbread pastry. These easy yet impressive mince pies are the perfect afternoon treat to serve guests over the festive period. Check out more of our afternoon tea recipes here.
Want a show-stopping easy Christmas bake? Check out our super light vanilla cake, an easy alternative to serve on Christmas Day in place of a normal fruit cake. In order to keep the colour as white as possible, use a very light-coloured butter such as Lurpak or keep beating the butter until it lightens in colour. Looking for other show-stopping cake recipes? Click here.
Looking for Christmas treats to bake? Jazz up your stollen this Christmas with our easy bars. The ingredients list may look lengthy but it’s all about building up the textures and flavours to make this the most moreish bar ever – way better than regular stollen. Check out our best cherry recipes here.
Looking for fun Christmas baking ideas? Make your own edible Advent calendar with our quick and easy gingerbread cookie recipe. The kids can eat them one day at a time or all at once! We have more biscuit recipes here.
Our easy bakewells recipe makes for a great afternoon festive bake over the Christmas season. Plus, they're gluten free too. More gluten free baking here.
Christmas baking, gluten-free style. Just because you're gluten free doesn't mean you have to miss out on all the Christmas fun. These boozy mince pies don't compromise on flavour or texture, plus they look impressive, too.
Want an easy Christmas baking recipe? Use up left over marmalade with this easy slump cake. Somewhere between a cake and a pud, this cake is a dense, rich almond and polenta cake. Serve warm with a generous dollop of crème fraîche. Discover more fruity bakes here.
Want a boozy pie to feed a crowd over the festive season? Our elegant recipe turns the humble mince pie into a fantastic Christmas dessert. Use shop-bought shortcrust pastry and a good-quality mincemeat to save time. Finish with a dusting of silvery icing sugar. Click here for other exciting sweet pie recipes...
Looking for easy edible gifts for Christmas treats to bake at home? Ready in 20 minutes, our quick and super fun honeycomb recipe is dipped in dark, milk and white chocolate, the perfect Christmas treat for someone with a sweet tooth. Try one of our other edible gift ideas here...
Check out our impressive Russian cake recipe with moreish burnt-honey icing. This layer cake takes a bit of effort to make but it's the perfect cake to show off to friends and family for any special occasion over the festive season. This Russian honey cake recipe is created by original GBBO winner and expert baker Edd Kimber.
Enjoy a slice of heaven! Our decadent chocolate cake is covered in silky smooth frosting and we teach you how to create dark chocolate curls for an artisan finish and the ultimate easy christmas bake.
Homemade fudge is a great little sweet treat for Christmas. Perfect with coffee to finish off a meal or as an energy booster, it keeps for up to a month in an airtight container. Plus we've got an easy how-to video and it only requires 4 ingredients, the perfect festive bake.
Present this show-stopping dessert on Christmas Day for an impressive festive bake, packed with golden marzipan and dark rum. Slice it open to reveal the many layers which will wow your guests. It might take a bit of time to prepare, but it's worth the effort! Try more of our boozy cake and bakes here.
Want an indulgent Christmas cake recipe? This delicious grown-up chocolate and burnt butterscotch cake looks really impressive and is definitely worth the effort to pull out over the festive season. Looking for other exciting chocolate cake recipes? Click here.
Move over Christmas fruit cake, our gluten free festive clementine cake is in town and it's zesty and super moist. Slice it up and watch everyone come running for a piece of this fruity and sweet, yogurty deliciousness.
This chocolate chip cookie pizza is super easy to make for a family Christmas gift. Crunchy on the outside and chewy on the inside, this giant cookie makes for a great alternative to traditional Christmas treats.
Start your Christmas morning with these flavoursome cinnamon buns. Cinnamon buns are a really popular Christmas treat and apples, caramel and cinnamon make these gorgeously sticky buns a great brunch bake. Dried active yeast needs to be reactivated in water and gives a better rise than fast-action yeast. Find it in tubs in the baking aisle.
Jazz up your traditional Victoria sponge with spiced Christmas curd. This simple sponge is an easy, festive twist on a classic cake – perfect for easy Christmas baking. Check out other easy cake recipes here.
How do you make mini mince pies taste even better? Add even more buttery goodness with a Viennese swirl biscuit topping, zesty organs and boozy amaretto of course! Discover the best shop bought mince pies here.
Make this simple, indulgent tiffin to treat someone you love this Christmas. You can swap the white chocolate for dark or milk – go for the recipient’s favourite. The cranberry and ginger flavours really lift the buttery biscuit. Ready in only 30 minutes.
Our apricot and white chocolate Christmas cookies are really easy to make but taste delicious. They are ideal for a bit of festive baking and only take 40 minutes.
A great little Christmas treat to bake at home. Hang them from ribbons as an edible Christmas tree decoration or stack them on a plate and enjoy with a comforting cup of tea over the festive season.
Try our gingerbread bundt cake for an impressive Christmas cake idea. Guinness and dark chocolate add an extra depth of flavour and slight smokiness to this dark gingerbread. It’s best to make in advance then leave un-iced in an airtight box overnight or for a couple of days and glaze it an hour or so before serving. That way the flavours of the cake all get a chance to develop. More ginger cakes and bakes here.
Treat your loved ones to a great dessert with this luxurious festive bake made with white chocolate and Baileys. It's easy to make and requires very little effort – prepare it next time you host a festive dinner party.
Need a stunning recipe for a Christmas party? This beautiful cake is made in a Heritage bundt tin, which is made by Nordic Ware, an American company. It isn’t cheap but will last forever and works like a dream - the cakes release perfectly every time.
This decadent recipe for chocolate hazelnut cake celebrates a classic combination and is deliciously indulgent, a great Christmas day cake idea for an Italian-inspired Christmas sweet treat.
Kugelhupf is a light Christmas cake similar to brioche or baba and is popular in central Europe. This version is made with chocolate, hazelnut and cinnamon, a great alternative to the traditional British Christmas cake recipe. Plus, it's easy to make, too.
Surely the photo speaks for itself. A decadent, boozy chocolate torte that's just perfect for the festive season. If you don't have it on Christmas Day, knock it up a couple of days later for maximum appreciation from your holiday guests.
These tangerine and marzipan muffins are easy to make and ready in under an hour – serve with an afternoon cup of tea or for an indulgent festive breakfast treat.
Feeling inspired to do some Christmas baking? Listen to our podcast with Edd Kimber (aka The Boy Who Bakes) here