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    Edible Christmas gifts – marzipan chocolates

    By Hyggestyle on December 4, 2019
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    These sumptuous little treats are the perfect after-dinner sweetie, rich and dark with a hint of rum! They are also a great way of using up any marzipan trimmings left after you have iced your Christmas cake; use either shop-bought marzipan, or try our super easy home-made recipe here!   Once again I used the trusty office scales to ensure

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    Edible Christmas gifts – chocolate salami recipe

    By Hyggestyle on November 25, 2019
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    We all know that home-made gifts are super-special at this time of year, but making truffles can be an utter faff, and the biscuits you are trying to knock up for your sister-in-law never seem to look quite as good as the ones in the recipe book… so fear Christmas no more, as we have a fabulous, easy, no fail-gift

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    Our home-made Christmas marzipan recipe

    By Hyggestyle on November 15, 2019
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    Once you have made your own marzipan, you will never go back to shop-bought! Lighter in texture and appearance than the mass produced stuff, it will keep for a week in the fridge, wrapped in cling film. If you are using it for your Christmas cake, allow it to dry for at least 24 hours before you cover it in

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    Hooray!

    By Hyggestyle on November 8, 2019
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    We are delighted to announce that today we were given the honour of being “Highly Commended” in The Good Web Guide Awards 2019. The awards “were created to celebrate (ahem), talented people across a range of fields who dedicate their lives to achieving the exceptional in the digital sphere.” Which in our case means dedicating ourselves to being the finest

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    Danish Snobrød (easy campfire bread on a stick)

    By Hyggestyle on October 17, 2019
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    Whether you’re having a bonfire party in the garden (or cooking on the BBQ thanks to an autumnal power cut) our recipe is a sure fire winner anytime there’s a fire alight. It’s incredibly easy to make, and, if you are camping, you can mix the dry ingredients in a ziplock bag and store somewhere dry until you’re ready to