Combine a few key Christmas flavours here to make a pie that both children and adults will adore
This cake has all the flavours of Christmas, but won't take ages to make - you can decorate it any way you like. Ideal for a wedding cake too
These miniature mince pies are sure to go down a treat with anyone with even a slightly sweet tooth
Crispy, moreish baked potatoes cooked with just olive oil and salt, by Gary Rhodes
Hang these from a Christmas tree or pack them into boxes as end-of-term gifts for teachers and friends.
These classy canapes look sophisticated yet are so simple to make - a great way to impress your guests at a party
Spruce up your sprouts this Christmas - Gordon Ramsay's recipe creates a really rich flavour
Simple, yet delicious twist on one of our favourite greens - perfect side dish for any roast meal, by Gary Rhodes.
This red wine sauce from Gordon Ramsay makes the perfect accompaniment to a Christmas goose
This recipe was re-tested and updated on 05 April 2011. It now uses 250g of sweetened condensed milk and works beautifully.
If you're planning a turkey centrepiece, you'll want to learn how to make perfect cranberry sauce - here's how
These delightful mini fruitcakes make perfect gifts for friends and neighbours
For a perfectly moist and succulent turkey, follow Emma Lewis's tips for a creamy mascarpone stuffing
Seasonal roast veg couldn't be any easier - just peel and roast - perfect alongside your Christmas roast
This deliciously moist alternative to the traditional pudding was conjured up by combining sticky toffee pudding and carrot cake
A traditional Christmas sauce to serve with your roast
A rich and fragrant prawn curry, ready to eat in just half an hour
Here's a gingerbread recipe sure to delight youngsters and enchant adults alike; a genuine house of gingerbread
Gary Rhodes' delicious, succulent roast beef dish is perfect for Boxing Day lunch or an alternative Christmas Day roast. Just four ingredients
Soft, creamy purée that'll add lots of flavour to any roast - perfect for a Boxing Day lunch, by Gary Rhodes