This Christmas Leftovers Rocky Road is a way of just up any leftover chocolates, nuts and biscuits that are left after Christmas. The recipe is easy to adapt depending on what you have left.
Christmas Leftovers Rocky Road, is what it says really. It is a rocky road recipe that uses different leftover items which had not been eaten at Christmas. These were and treats snacks that we either didn’t get around to eating or were things left over from other desserts I made for Christmas. Plus of course food that no one likes eating, like chocolate orange creams from the Quality Street tins.
Brussel sprouts are exactly like the marmite of the vegetable world.
You either love ’em or hate ’em.
As a child and young adult I could not stand them. Every Christmas my Mum would sneakily cook them and serve them mixed with savoy cabbage, but with their unique flavour, I could always detect the sprouts on my plate! However, during my 30’s something changed and now I like brussel sprouts and I happily serve them Christmas Day with some smoked bacon and chestnuts and they are delicious!
Last week I shared a recipe for my Christmas Pudding Nougat as I had some of my homemade Christmas Pudding leftover and wanted to try out some new ways of using it up. I have since made some Christmas Pudding Tiffin having been inspired by some wonderfully delectable jellybean tiffin. Playing around with that recipe and adding my own spin on it, including some brandy snaps which were also left over from Christmas, I came up with this recipe and this is how I made Christmas Pudding Tiffin.