Since having our baby boy, our evenings have naturally become a little more housebound… and Christmas eve is no different. We’ll spend the day with family, but head home at Harry’s bedtime.
So with that in mind, we’re putting a lot of thought into the treats we’re going to be leaving out for Father Christmas. We’re hoping he might be happy to share!
Here’s a few ideas to sit alongside your tipple of choice, and of course, a carrot for Rudolph…
As the sprout hater of my family it’s an ongoing joke that I have one sneaked into my Christmas dinner… it’s safe to say I always find it!
These are sprouts I’d definitely be happy to find though! Delicious white chocolate disguised as my much hated veg, I’d be happy to eat a whole bowl of these Choc On Choc sprouts from Find me a gift.
Pizza is a big favourite in our house, and this chocolate version definitely gets a thumbs up from me. Another treat in disguise from Find Me a Gift, this would be a lovely gift for any pizza lover. I’m sure Father Christmas would be more than happy with a slice or two as well.
Traditional with a twist, these Prosecco mince pies from Oast to Host are beautifully made, and look almost too pretty to eat… almost!
The pastry is delicious, and the mincemeat fruity with a boozy kick. Definitely one of the nicest mince pies I’ve had, and available for home delivery. They also have some delicious looking millionaires tarts which I think I’m definitely going to have to try some time soon as well…
For something completely decadent, these caramel squares from the Fudge Kitchen. are completely delicious, and full of flavour. Cherry bakewell was definitely my favourite, but chocolate orange came a very close second.
Both the producers of the caramel squares and mince pies are members of Produced in Kent. They are part of the Kent Food Trail, along with many more delicious things to eat and drink.
All in all, we’re very much looking forward to Christmas eve with plenty of treats. Staying in is the new going out after all!
Post contains PR samples, all words and opinions are my own.