It’s time to let you know what’s in The Food Calendar for December (warning – there’s not a lot, let’s face it everyone’s thinking about Christmas food right now!). I wanted to share some recipes with a bit of a festive theme this month so I’ve chosen a selection featuring one of my favourite Christmas ingredients…marzipan.
Some of these have been specifically made for Christmas and some are a little more “year-round” but I think all of them would make a brilliant festive treat.
15 Festive Marzipan Treats
Gingered Fruit Cake with Rustic Decorations from Domestic Gothess
Stollen from Only Crumbs Remain
Marzipan & Pistachio Cardamon Buns from Baking Queen 74
Marzipan Pigs from Red Ted Art
Marzipan & Cherry Cake from Charlotte’s Lively Kitchen
Farmhouse Fruit Cake from Mummy Mishaps
Chocolate Covered Marzipan Christmas Stars from Gluten Free Alchemist
Marzipan cakes with Blueberry Maple Syrup & Toasted Coconut from Cate in the Kitchen
Mince Pies with Marzipan from Only Crumbs Remain
Spiced Apple Cupcakes from Free From Fairy (Gluten Free, Dairy Free & Low Sugar)
Plum, Apple & Almond Tart Tatin from Foodie Quine
Christmas Scones from Charlotte’s Lively Kitchen
Cranberry & Marzipan Christmas Star from Tales from the Kitchen Shed
Marzipan, Cherry & Orange Blossom Soda Bread from Charlotte’s Lively Kitchen
Spiced Plum & Marzipan Braid from Domestic Gothess
What’s on in December 2016?
25 December – Christmas Day
31 December – New Year’s Eve
If you’re tweeting or instagramming about any of these events then don’t forget to use the #TheFoodCalendar hashtag.
Add your recipes to #TheFoodCalendar
If you’re a food blogger then I’d love you to come and share your recipes for the events in the calendar this month.
- Add your post(s) to the linky at the bottom of this page.
- Share a post/picture/thought about any of the events using hashtag #TheFoodCalendar on Twitter and/or Instagram (you can also tag me @CharlotteLK on Twitter and @charlotteslivelykitchen on Instagram if you like).
- Pin your post to my dedicated #TheFoodCalendar Pinterest board – to join the board make sure you’re following me (as it won’t work otherwise) and then leave your Pinterest ID in the comments and I’ll add you.
Old and new posts welcome, but please try and avoid adding posts that have already been added in previous months.
Once you’ve done that then go and share the love with some of the other bloggers joining in – comment on some of the other links, like/retweet on Twitter, heart/comment on Instagram or Repin some pins from the Pinterest board. I’ll be reading, tweeting and commenting on all the posts shared.
You’re also more that welcome to add the #TheFoodCalendar badge to your posts to let others know all about it (you’ll find the code at the bottom of this post).
By linking up your posts you’re giving me permission to use an image from the post in future roundups (with credit and a link back) and also to share the post with an image on social media. If you don’t want me to do either of these then just let me know in the comments.
Linkup Badge Code
If you’d like to add the #TheFoodCalendar badge to your post, simply copy the code below into the text editor of your post (any problems, let me know and I’ll do my best to help).
If you’d prefer to use a nofollow version of the badge then here’s the code for you…
Before I go…
I’ve been busy adding new events into the calendar so make sure you take a look and see what’s new.