Nice moist cinnamon biscuits with only six ingredients. Easy to make and you can cut them into different shapes.
Recipe by: jasmine
This Christmas bread called hoska takes some time to make but is well worth the effort. Eat with jam or just icing sugar.
Recipe by: Carol Ponec-Nemec
Believe it or not this loaf cake recipe comes from Iceland, where it is served at Christmas. You'll want to make it more often than that!
Recipe by: Gudny Bjorg Kjaerbo
Ideally, make this cake in November to let the flavours mellow before Christmas. It is very good with a marzipan icing.
Recipe by: Carol
Serve this rich, moist pudding with custard or cream on any special occasion, but for Christmas choose one of the traditional butters or sauces (see footnote). To follow Grandma's tradition of adding coins to the pudding, you can clean decimal coins by boiling them and slip them in just before serving. Create slits for the coins with a thin, sharp knife.
Recipe by: Lynn Cole
The secret ingredient in this easy Christmas cake is plum baby good - but you could also use pureed plums if you prefer.
Recipe by: v monte
This is a nice basic construction but you can make your house more elaborate as you get more familiar with the process. Use your imagination and lollies and icing to make doors, windows, pathways and a garden. The gingerbread needs to sit overnight after cooking and after assembly - the fun is in the decorating!
Recipe by: Ruth
This is a good basic biscuit recipe that makes plain biscuits perfect for icing and decorating as Christmas biscuits or as decorated biscuits for any occasion.
Recipe by: Perkins
I love making these cookies to get into the Christmas spirit. Great for work treats and loved by kids and adults alike.
Recipe by: chilechicken
I got this stollen recipe while I was Head Baker at the Dorchester Hotel in London. It's a traditional German Christmas bread packed with dried fruit and filled with a marzipan surprise.
Recipe by: Lee Smith