Christmas recipe ideas that are easy, tasty and inspiring
Enjoy a stress-free Christmas with the help of Lidl and top chef Kevin Love – imaginative cooking tips and recipes for an easier festive dinner.
Creative Christmas ideas can be a lifesaver. It’s the same story every year – all you want is to relax and enjoy some quality time with family and friends, yet somehow you find yourself spending more time in the kitchen than around the Christmas tree.
It shouldn’t be like that, which is why Lidl, the UK Grocer of the Year, has asked its Michelin-awarded chef Kevin Love to team up with Mumsnet and Heledd from the blog Running In Lavender to create some inventive Christmas ideas and recipes. Luckily for us, they obliged
You can watch the videos below. Each is designed to dazzle your guests using the finest Lidl ingredients, while also freeing up your time so you can spend more of it with the people that matter.
In one video, the duo shares some clever ways to get kids eating those dreaded Brussels sprouts; in another, Kevin looks at a creative alternative to Christmas pudding – a chocolate-covered bombe.
It’s all part of the Lidl School of Christmas, a dedicated website where you can find everything you need to make your festive season go smoothly, all presented in handy bite size videos. You can find lessons ranging from tips for cooking the perfect turkey to stylish present wrapping techniques, all in one place.
For his part, Kevin has developed a whole host of ingenious tips and twists to make your Christmas easier and tastier than ever before, Informed by his experience at the very highest levels of catering in a Michelin-starred restaurant.
Watch them below, then head to the Lidl School of Christmas to find even more inventive ideas.
Check out more from Heledd at runninginlavender.com.
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