Christmas is undoubtedly my favorite time of the year. For us, it is a celebration of love, family and good food. Hence, for the next two months (1 December 2013 - 31 January 2014), I will be posting some of my favorite Christmas recipes and also invite you to share your Christmas recipes here too with us all.
1. Simply cook any Christmas recipes, be it traditional or something you would usually serve during Christmas in your home. Give a brief description on the relevance of the dish to you for the Christmas season.
2. Your post must be current, ie posted between 1 December 2013 and 31 January 2014.
3. Please mention "Baby Sumo's Christmas Recipes Collection 2013" and link back to this post here. eg. I am submitting this to the "Baby Sumo's Christmas Recipes Collection 2013" event which is hosted by Baby Sumo of Eat Your Heart Out.
4. Come to this page and link your recipes below.
Thank you and looking forward to your Christmas posts here :)
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For my first post, I would like to share a simple idea on how to make an edible Christmas tree. This would make a great centerpiece at your Christmas dinner or party you are holding, and best of all, you get to eat it afterwards.
Edible Christmas tree - pretty and healthy ;)
|A brilliant creation of Baby Sumo's Hubby|
What you need:
For the tree - Sugar snap peas, split in the middle
For the base - Homemade hummus - recipe here
For the top - A star or fairy. I used a dried flower from my potpourri jar (non-edible)
A large wooden board
Decorate as above photo on the wooden board. To eat, dip the sugar snap peas in hummus. You can also prepare other vegetable sticks such as carrots and celery.
Note: To make the tree entirely edible, you can use a slice of starfruit for the top of the Christmas tree. :)