It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas over at The Healthy Mummy Food Lovers Facebook Group! Lots of Healthy Mummy customers have already received their Christmas and Entertaining Cookbook and have been busy testing (and tasting) some of the recipes.
Today we have a few snaps to share with you, to show you just how delicious and user-friendly this cookbook is. PLUS one sneak peek recipe of one of our favourites – see below.
Sneak peek at 5 AWESOME recipes from the Christmas and Entertaining Cookbook
1. Brandy Snap Baskets
We had to laugh when Flip McKinnon posted this photo (above) with the caption ‘OH MY GIDDY AUNT. The Brandy Snap Baskets from the Christmas and Entertaining Cookbook are amazing!’ They do look fantastic Flip, your guests would be very impressed.
2. Spicy Ginger Cookies
Clare Poole says she is LOVING the book. ‘It is jam packed full of yummy recipes to make for Christmas, New Year and for entertaining. I tested out the spicy ginger cookies with my boys and they love them. We will make some more just before Christmas to leave out for Santa.’
3. Individual Strawberry Cheesecake Trifles
Jessica May Magill made this, and said it in one word – ‘perfection!’ Cheesecake and trifle together at last, thanks to The Healthy Mummy! See below for a sneak peek of this recipe!
4. Four Ingredient Fruit Cake
Cassie McKay said that she is currently ‘digging in to a slice of the Four-Ingredient Fruit Cake from the Christmas and Entertaining Cookbook.’ You could make it for the family or even give it as a gift.
5. Roast Pumpkin and Bacon Pasta
Need to feed a crew these holidays? This is perfect. Clare Poole says that ‘the Christmas and Entertaining Cookbook is amazing. Tonight’s dinner was the roast pumpkin and bacon pasta. Simple, quick and delicious.’
SNEAK PEEK RECIPE!
Now to the Individual Strawberry Cheesecake Trifles – we wanted to give you a sneak peek of the recipe from our Christmas and Entertaining Cookbook so that you can get inspired pre-Christmas.
Individual Strawberry Cheesecake Trifles
- 15 plain arrowroot biscuits
- ½ cup reduced-fat cream cheese
- 200g Greek yoghurt
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
- 1 punnet fresh strawberries, sliced
- Mixed berries to serve
- In a high-speed food processor, add biscuits and pulse until they turn to crumbs.
- Transfer to a clean bowl and set aside.
- Wipe out food processor and add cream cheese, yoghurt and vanilla.
- Blend on high until well combined and smooth.
- Use 4 glasses and sprinkle an even layer of the biscuit crumbs at the bottom of each.
- Top the crumb layer with some of the cream cheese and yoghurt mix, then some slices of strawberries.
- Repeat this method with remaining ingredients until you reach the top of the glasses.
- Finish the last layer with the cream cheese mix then sprinkle
- over a little extra of the biscuit crumbs.
- Top with fresh berries to serve.
- Store covered leftovers in the fridge for 1-2 days (if there are any!)
Recipe serves 4 at 242 calories per serve.