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Bonfire Night Recipes Recipe

Bonfire Night recipes to share with family and friends on fireworks night, whether you're hosting a party of getting everyone together for a hot dinner before going out to watch the fireworks.

Go for chunky soups, hearty stews or sticky toffee cakes for something very autumnal and warming. The only thing left to do once you’ve enjoyed one of our bonfire night recipes is to layer up and head out to enjoy the fireworks displays!

Lorraine Pascale makes classic American s'mores into easy s'mores marshmallow pops (pictured) dipped in chocolate and crushed digestives or ginger nuts. They’re a lovely treat for both kids and adults so you’ll really make the occasion very special if you make them. Plus, they take no time at all to throw together.

For a really warming meal to enjoy before or after the fireworks, why not try our beef meatballs in Guinness &ndash they really are the ultimate comfort food. They are super tasty, warming and filling which makes them the ideal autumn dish. The same goes for our Mexican meatball soup. Any dish with a bit of a kick to it is bound to warm you up so add as much or little heat as you fancy (or can handle!).

Soup is also a great option our cauliflower cheese soup with bacon and chicory is a favourite, especially as it’s so deliciously cheesy.

For dessert, why not give our butterscotch apple pudding a go &ndash the flavours are an absolute dream together. Sticky date cake with toffee frosting is also another great option. Anything sticky and indulgent is perfect for this time of year and ideal to kick off bonfire night festivities!

Whether you’re looking for a warming, filling dish to serve up before the fireworks or a sweet and sticky dessert, we’ve got everything you could need for the perfect bonfire night menu.Click through to find more of our bonfire night recipes&hellip


Bonfire Night cake recipes

Celebrate Bonfire Night with a dazzling display of baked goods to snack on during the fireworks. Choose from sticky toffee apple cakes, ginger parkin and more.

Toasted marshmallow & ginger cake

Decorative Italian meringue masks a spicy, moist ginger cake layered with ginger buttercream- an amazing bake!

Sticky ginger lemon drizzle cake

Adapt one of our highest-rated cakes with tangy ginger, cream cheese frosting and citrus curd

Toffee apple cake

This showstopping bake is a celebration of classic apple desserts with spiced sponge, vanilla icing and a sticky caramel apple filling

Sticky stem ginger cake with lemon icing

Try this moist and gooey stem ginger cake

Spiced toffee apple cake

Try a twist on traditional toffee apples - sugared, spiced and very very nice!

Fudgy dark chocolate cake

Fudgy dark chocolate sponge, the perfect party cake, afternoon-tea cake or any-excuse cake

Toffee apple & pecan cake

Apples and caramel are a heavenly duo. This nutty sandwich loaf cake with buttercream frosting and caramel drizzle fits the bill nicely

Triple ginger & spice cake

If you're looking for a slice with spice, try this deliciously moist and sticky ginger cake

Parkin

Parkin is a traditional ginger cake from Northern England flavoured with syrupy molasses, oatmeal and warm spices. A lovely teatime treat!

Campfire cupcakes

A make-ahead treat, these will take you back to toasting marshmallows around an open fire

Cappuccino cake

If you've offered to bake a treat for a stall or your local coffee morning then this cake stall classic is just the thing

Utterly nutterly caramel layer cake

The toffee nut topping gives this sponge the edge- we used Brazil nuts, hazelnut, pecans and almonds

Pecan toffee cake

Indulge in this gorgeously nutty cake for dessert, then serve the leftovers as you would Christmas cake to whoever pops by

Squidgy pumpkin & ginger loaf

Use up your Halloween pumpkin leftovers in this dense, sticky loaf cake which pairs the sweet earthiness of squash with warming ginger

Sticky toffee banoffee cake

Sticky toffee banoffee, a variation on the classic Victoria sponge theme, perfect for birthdays and special occasion cakes

Best ever chocolate brownies recipe

A foolproof brownie recipe for a squidgy chocolate bake. Watch our recipe video to help you get a perfect traybake every time.

Dorset apple traybake

Simple-to-make apple cake that can be cut into bars or squares for a teatime treat

Chocolate brownie cake

Get kids cooking at the weekend by baking this yummy brownie cake, much better than shop bought

Sticky pear & ginger cake

This is a cross between a sticky toffee pudding and a ginger cake. Serve warm with ice cream or cream as a dessert

Sticky banoffee loaf with toffee sauce

Bake a mash-up of sticky toffee pudding and banana loaf. Leftover cake will keep for a few days and is great with a cuppa – and the sauce is delicious with ice cream


Bonfire Night Recipes Perfect To Enjoy With Fireworks

You've just finished your Bonfire Night celebrations and you're absolutely starving and craving some cosy, comforting CARBS. What do you eat? What is really going to satisfy you after a fun-filled Guy Fawkes evening? I'll tell you what. macaroni cheese, Spiral Hot Dogs and Sticky Toffee Pudding. This stuff will having you wanting more the minute you take your first bite.

You will not be disappointed😮.

Easiest. Crumble. Ever. Hobnobs are our genius secret weapon to make a fuss-free, lush apple crumble.

This is our new Italian dreamboat.

The slow cooker continues to amaze us with this gorgeous hot chocolate recipe.

These potatoes are KILLER. If you want to make 'em a meal, go for big russets. If you'd like to serve them as hors d'oeuvres, choose a smaller potato.


8 of the best recipes for Bonfire Night

This recipe is made for a cold Winter's evening, tender slow cooked beef flavoured with spices. Serve with jacket potatoes for a delicious meal.

Risottos are normally a labour of love, but this version is made in the oven. Sage, chicken and butternut squash add lots of Autumn flavour.

This stew is lighter and much quicker to make than most, and makes a delicious change from bangers and mash.

If you've got a little time and a crowd to feed, this roast pork belly with cider gravy will go down a treat.

This Hungarian-inspired paprika beef stew is easy to prepare and well worth the long cooking time.


Bonfire Night recipes

As the weather turns and the nights draw in, celebrations such as Halloween and Bonfire Night get us in the mood for warming comfort food to see us through the chilly evenings. However you plan to celebrate the day, whether in your own garden, at a public display or at the famous spectacles in Lewes or Ottery St. Mary, this recipe collection will inspire you with some brilliant bonfire night recipes to cook for friends and family.

For those cooking up a storm for a bonfire this year, we have plenty to keep the cockles warmed. Marcus Wareing's Cheeseburger with caramelised onions recipe is a proper crowd-pleaser for such an event, or fill up a thermos with a seasonal soup such as Sally Abé's Broccoli and Stilton soup recipe. Make-and-go treats such as sausage rolls are also a good option – try Georgina Fuggle's stunning pork and apricot version for a luxurious homemade snack, or for a sweet treat, Shaun Rankin's Apple muffin recipe will keep the whole family happy when watching the fireworks.

If you're hosting a dinner party this bonfire night, we have also included a set of suitably fiery recipes to keep your guests happy. Adam Byatt's flaming Cottage pie recipe is finished with flourish at the table, setting rosemary alight in a piece of bone marrow to wow your guests. Paul Ainsworth’s fun toffee apple and marshmallow kebabs should bring back memories of smoky bonfires and sticky treats, while Simon Hulstone's 'Campfire and marshmallows' offers a truly gastronomic take on the night.


Best bonfire night recipes

Bonfire Night, aka Guy Fawkes Night, is the perfect excuse to enjoy some beautiful autumnal food. You'll probably be standing out in the cold as you watch the skies light up and so having something warm or sweet to tuck into really takes the edge off the chill!

Whether you plan to cosy up in front of the fire, wrap up warm to watch the sky light up or throw a big Bonfire Night bash with friends and family, it wouldn't be the same without some delicious, warming comfort food.

From sticky, gooey puds to hearty, wholesome mains, like a sausage hotpot, and of course the classic toffee apple, these recipes are guaranteed to please the whole family.

They're easy to prepare and more importantly easy to eat, freeing you up to enjoy time with loved ones and write your own name with your sparkler (because let's admit it, you never grow out of doing it).


How sweet are these Mini Chilli Toad In The Hole? Fun as well as being adorable. Great for the kids.

14.) Moroccan Sausage & Pepper Tagine:

Moroccan stew cooked with peppers, Ras el hanout, and MOR Moroccan Spiced Pork, Cauliflower, and Chickpea Sausages. Very tasty!


Ingredients

Dish type

Total time

Cuisines

Jugged hare with dumplings

Rabbit and hare are both low-fat, high-protein meats. Both are rich in iron, B vitamins and phosphorus. Rabbit meat is pale and mild, whereas hare is dark and strong, and needs to be cooked for longer, in plenty of liquid.

Chocolate topped flapjacks

These moreish chocolate and dried fruit treats will be loved by all. Great with a cuppa or ideal for kids' packed lunches.

Cider hot dogs

Cider gives a nice adult kick to the classic hot dog recipe. Top with mustard or melted Cheddar cheese for the perfect BBQ, bonfire night or party food treat.

Tasty bacon-wrapped cherries

I pulled my face at the thought of cherries and bacon, but I was won over and all my friends and family have given the same reaction as soon as they tasted them.

Beef and honey stew

This is something to sweeten up those cold winter Irish evenings, a sweet twist on an old favourite!

Soul warming punch

A fantastic punch made with cognac, rum, honey, tea, lemon and orange. Perfect for the festive season, or as an alternative to mulled wine. This punch needs to infuse for a few hours before heating.

Real Lancashire parkin

Parkin is an old northern traditional cake usually served on November 5th for Bonfire Night. There are many different recipes for this excellent cake and most of them use treacle. Lancashire however has it's own style of baking it and uses golden syrup.

Pumpkin soup for 12 people

This creamy pumpkin soup is made with tomatoes and potatoes and feeds up to 12 hungry mouths. Serve with a side of crusty bread.


2. Pizza Mountain Pies

Mountain pies are a bonfire classic. These hot sandwiches can be made using any fillings you’d like, and are traditionally cooked over the camp fire in a cooking iron.

To whip up this pizza version of the hot sandwich, check out this recipe from Taste of Home.

1. Spread butter over 2 slices of bread.

2. Place slice 1 butter side down in the iron and spread the other side with pizza sauce, cheese, and your favorite pizza toppings.

3. Cover with your second bread slice, close the iron, and cook over the fire.

4. Turn the iron frequently. After 3-6 minutes, your sandwich should be ooey-gooey and golden brown!

What goes better with pizza than drinks? Keep all of your guests’ drinks cool with our Party Tub.


The Best Food to Serve

Food on Bonfire Night needs to appeal to all ages. My advice is to stick with traditional crowd-pleasing recipes.

Resist getting bogged down creating separate offerings for kids and adults. It's really not necessary and you'll miss all the fun.

Alright, we're ready to dig into the best foods to lay out. You'll want something main, a few sides, several sweet options and of course, a warming drink or two.

The Main event

Sausages with onions, burgers and chilli. What could be more appealing when eaten around a fantastic fire? Keep your offering simple but don't forget to cater for vegetarians here too.


Watch the video: 4 Easy Bonfire Night Treat Recipes (July 2022).


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