Celebrate Christmas in July with these mouth-watering recipes

Christmas in July
Monday, July 6, 2015

Tags: Christmas in July

If you cherish the festivities and quality time spent with your loved ones over the Christmas season, then why not celebrate it twice a year? The ever trending Christmas in July is a wonderful excuse to relish the time with your family, enjoy the excited giggles of your children and let’s not forget… to indulge in the much anticipated Christmas dinner. Warm up your families bellies this holiday with these delicious Christmas in July recipes.



The best turkey in the world for Christmas in July

Recipe sourced from Jamie Oliver

Serves 10


  • 6.5kg - 8kg Turkey
  • Jamie Oliver’s Flavoured butter
  • 2-4 x clementine’s
  • A couple of stems of fresh herbs
  • 1 x stem of fresh rosemary

Ingredients for the stuffing

  • 2-3 x carrots
  • 3 x peeled onions
  • 2 x sticks celery

Follow this step by step video for the easy method to make this scrumptious Christmas in July recipe

Gluten-free Christmas in July pudding

Christmas in July pudding

Recipe sourced from Jamie Oliver

Serves 10


  • 150g of currants
  • 110g of sour cherries
  • 100g of raisins
  • 50g of date - chopped
  • The juice and grated zest of a lime
  • The juice and grated zest of ½ an orange
  • 50g of mixed peels
  • 75ml of cold earl grey tea
  • 1/2tsp of mixed spice
  • 1/4tsp of ground cinnamon
  • 1/4tsp of nutmeg - grated
  • 2 1/2tbsp of brandy
  • 170g of brown sugar
  • 1tbsp of golden syrup
  • ½ a large apple - grated
  • 50g of roasted almonds - chopped
  • 25g  of rice flour
  • 25g of corn flour
  • 110g of fresh gluten-free breadcrumbs
  • 1tsp of gluten-free baking powder
  • 110g of gluten-free suet
  • 2 x large eggs - beaten
  • 1 x large egg yolk - beaten
  • Butter to grease the pan.

This short video takes you through the steps to create this yummy Christmas in July pudding:

Share the festivities this holiday by getting the whole family involved with these delicious Christmas in July recipes. 



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