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Desserts to plan now for Christmas Day

Get a head start on your Christmas Day prep by starting on your desserts now. Doing this will save you time and stress on the actual day. There are certain desserts that are perfect to prep now, especially if they can be frozen or stored at room temperature. Who doesn’t love a chilled dessert on a hot Aussie Christmas Day.

Plus getting ahead of the food prep now, will leave you more time to spend with family and friends.

In the following recipes, you can either make the whole dish now or simply prep the elements now and then decorate on Christmas Day.

Desserts to plan now for Christmas Day 


Get the recipe for this gorgeous Gingerbread Trifle 


Christmas Cake Ice Cream Bombe 

Get ahead with this Christmas cake ice cream bombe. This cake can chill away until Christmas Day. Simply pull out of the freezer when your ready to enjoy.


Christmas pudding 

The most traditional Christmas dessert is actually the one that can be made further ahead. Once cooked, cover and refrigerate until read to serve. Then re-boil pudding for a further 4 hours on the day it will be eaten.


Crushed raspberry semifreddo 

This absolutely stunning crushed raspberry semifreddo will keep in the freezer for up to 3 months. Although leave the meringue kisses to when your ready to serve.





Christmas Cake 

A Christmas classic. The best part about a Christmas cake, is that is tastes better with time. So technically it’s the most appropriate dish to make ahead of time.


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