Have Yourself A Whole Grain Christmas

21st December 2017

Christmas is a time for family, friends and yummy food! We’ve got some delicious whole grain Christmas recipes for you to try. Whole grains can add great textures and flavours to dishes, and are just so satisfying to eat.

A really lovely gift you could give someone you care about this Christmas, is to cook for them a wonderful meal, or bake for them. This is a gift that costs more in thought and time than money. Even better if you can join them to eat and spend some time together too!

Here’s some whole grain Christmas recipes to inspire you…

Chicken with Oat, Sage & Apricot Stuffing Recipe

Stuff your Christmas roast with whole grain goodness with this chicken with oat, sage and apricot stuffing recipe. This roast is delicious using chicken, but equally delicious with turkey – so feel free to stand by tradition and swap the meat for turkey instead.

Chicken with Oat, Sage & Apricot Stuffing

 

Smoked Salmon & Oat Baked Cheesecake Recipe

Try mixing up your traditional Christmas cheese board this year with this smoked salmon and oat baked cheesecake recipe. This can be prepared in advance to save yourself time on the big day.

Smoked Salmon & Oat Baked Cheesecake Recipe

 

Ginger and Lime Slice Recipe

There’s nothing like the smell of ginger to put you in a Christmassy mood! This ginger and lime slice recipe uses oatmeal and whole meal flour, meaning it’s the perfect whole grain Christmas party snack. Give the gift of whole grain this year.

Ginger & Lime Slice Recipe

 

Fruity Cinnamon Oatcakes Recipe

Follow the tradition of leaving a cookie for Santa this Christmas Eve. This fruity cinnamon oatcakes recipe is packed full of whole grain goodness and super tasty — we can guarantee Santa will be back for more next year!

Fruity Cinnamon Oatcakes

 

Remember to share any of your whole grain creations with us on our Whole Grain Goodness Facebook page. We cannot wait to see what you have been cooking!

Merry Christmas one and all xxx

Whole Grain Goodness