Monday, December 24, 2012

Christmas Hampers - Done & Dusted!

Merry Christmas one and all! Here we are on Christmas Eve - time to put together the Christmas Hampers using the things I've made over the last few weeks as well as the bits and pieces I've found at local antiques shops, rummage shops and at the Farm Shop!

Isn't this little cabbage shaped pot sweet! It would be the perfect thing to serve my home made piccalilli in!

No Christmas would be complete without Turkish Delight - I couldn't resist this Creme De Menthe flavour!

Hot Diggidy Dog sauce for a chilli aficionado!

Festive Brandy Snaps for someone with a sweet tooth.

Creme De Maron - sweet chestnut spread. This would be lovely with cheese or as an addition to a nut roast.

I fell in love with these sweet glasses the moment I saw them! Just the thing for sipping sherry by the fire tomorrow night.

Here are the hampers all ready to be wrapped up! Toby is looking on and checking everything is in order.

Thank you for following this little series! It's been really fun putting together these little hampers and I hope you've enjoyed the recipes too. This years hampers are a real mish mash of all my favourite Christmassy things and I'm really pleased with how they've turned out.

If you would like to revisit all the posts in this series you can find them here:

Christmas Hamper Project # 1: Candied Peel

Christmas Hamper Project # 2: Home Made Mincemeat

Christmas Hamper Project # 3: Chilli Pepper Jelly

Christmas Hamper Project # 4: Chocolate Dipped Peel

Christmas Hamper Project # 5: At The Jumble Rummage

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