Great British Bake Off's Kimberley Wilson has created this stunning celebration bread with individually filled buns and a melting cheese middle - made for sharing
Fun to make with kids or as a cute Christmas canape, top chocolate, peanut and raisin puffed rice cakes with white chocolate and festive holly icing.
Great British Bake Off 2013 winner Frances Quinn created these edible decorations topped with white and dark chocolate and almond 'feathers'
Great British Bake Off's Ruby Tandoh creates a two-tone decorative sponge ring. Pick a patterned bundt cake tin for an extra-special finish
These chocolate cake lollipops are decorated in true festive fashion - have fun making them with the kids this Christmas.
Children will love creating these chocolate penguins - the fruit pastilles and icing decorations add a fun wintery finish
Young children will love making these marshmallow treats with liquorice, chocolate and icing decorations.
Get little ones in the kitchen to assemble these cute festive biscuits - sticky fun for a wintry afternoon.
This light and crunchy salad makes a cooling accompaniment to spicy dishes
Create a fragrant side dish by using Thai rice, coconut and fresh lime leaves for a citrus kick. It's great with curries
Have a crowd to feed? Keep a batch of Thai green curry paste in the freezer and use in this colourful curry with coconut milk and Asian aromatics
Work on your meringue skills to roll up this sensational dessert with tangy fruit, toasted almonds and vanilla cream filling
Apples and caramel are a heavenly duo. This nutty sandwich loaf cake with buttercream frosting and caramel drizzle fits the bill nicely
This indulgent gratin of squash with bay, thyme and nutmeg, plus a robust cheese sauce makes a great main or side dish
A rustic traybake for any time of day. Try a square at coffee break, or with a jug of steaming custard after dinner.