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HelloFresh Ultimate Christmas Dinner Guide + Giveaway


HelloFresh Ultimate Christmas Dinner

I'm a bit of an organisation and list freak at Christmas (especially when it comes to Christmas lunch), but for those of you who aren't, HelloFresh can help! This year, HelloFresh have produced a very handy 'Christmas Dinner Guide' which gives information on everything you need to know about preparing for your Christmas feast, including all important timings and fail safe recipes. There's a nifty checklist on things you can do the night before, such as peel and chop the veggies, make the gravy and most importantly, make sure the turkey is defrosted! So, whether you're catering for 4 or 40, your Christmas dinner will be a success! Promise.

The cheat sheets also have some lovely recipes for your Christmas classics, including the perfect roast potatoes, a yummy sounding braised red cabbage and everyone's favourite - the brussels sprout (pancetta seems to be key here!).

roast potatoes


ABOUT HELLOFRESH

If you haven't heard of HelloFresh, they offer seasonal, fresh meal boxes all year round, to fit in with your lifestyle. You get to decide the recipes from a weekly menu and also how many you are catering for. HelloFresh will then deliver those recipes and fresh ingredients to your door, every week, so you can cook delicious dinners of your choice. They've got recipes to suit meat eaters and vegetarians, families to couples and for low calorie diets too.

The HelloFresh chefs create new recipes every week with buckets of flavour and take between 30 and 50 minutes to cook at home. Whether you want recipes from around the world, or classics with a twist, you control what's in your box.

HelloFresh are giving you the chance to win one of their recipe boxes this Christmas. All you have to do to be in with a chance of winning is complete the Rafflecopter widget below. UK entrants over the age of 18 only please.
a Rafflecopter giveaway



Beth Sachs
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  1. I cook a traditional Christmas lunch with turkey and all the trimmings lots of vegetables then followed by Christmas pudding and probably some ice cream for the children

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  2. We're having a turkey crown & roast goose

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  3. I'll be serving a roast turkey crown, bread sauce (made to my own special recipe), cranberry and orange sauce, sage and onion stuffing, chestnut stuffing balls (aka reindeer poo), pigs in blankets, goose-fat roast potatoes and parsnips, brussels sprouts with chestnuts and pancetta, slow cooked red cabbage with apples, glazed carrots and a few frozen peas for the fussy eater who won't eat any other veg. That'll be followed by a home made Christmas pudding with Cornish clotted cream.

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  4. We'll be having turkey and pork with all the trimmings x

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  5. it's been one of those years so pizza is on the cards atm!

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  6. I'll be having turkey with all the trimmings!

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  7. Roast turkey with all the trimmings yummy

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  8. Roast turkey, but haven't decided about dessert yet

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  9. I will be serving Turkey in gravy with all the trimmings

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  10. Traditional roast turkey with all the trimmings

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  11. We'll be having Goose and Duck with all the extras!

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  12. We will be having Turkey and Leg of Lamb with all the trimmings :)

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  13. We will do turkey, honey roast ham, mashed potatoes, roast potatoes, Brussels sprouts, parsnips, carrots and gravy

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  14. Along these lines accounting for a light treat that abandons us feeling sweet when we take off.sake southside works

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