Try out these bonfire night treats for cozy winter warming food whilst you watch the fireworks.
Salted Caramel Toffee Apples
Check out the recipe here. These are the classic autumn winter treat and can be made with a variety of different flavours. These delicious ones are salted caramel flavour and can be sprinkled in your choice of topping after being dipped in the sauce. They are great to hand out to everyone at the fire work event.
Hot spiced cider
Check out the recipe here. Very student friendly, this simple recipe can be made with ease and dished up to everyone watching the fireworks. Cosy, inviting and full of warm winter spices, it’s great for warming everyone up.
Mini Doughnuts with hot chocolate dipping sauce
Check out the recipe here. No one really needs a reason to make these, just do it. Be careful with the cooking of the doughnuts however, as it involves getting a lot of hot oil up to temperature, make sure you also have a plate of sugar next to the pan also, to transfer them straight over.
Check out the recipe here. These brownies are incredibly rich with a perfect gooey centre in the middle which is created by the melted marshmallow. Always remember to let them cool completely before cutting them into squares. If you want to add a little bit of firework sparkle then add some edible gold glitter or some white chocolate stars on top.
These are the classic bonfire treat and can be made really easily by everyone of all ages. Take two biscuits, they can be of any brand, from McVities to gram crackers and place some chocolate in the middle. Toast your marshmallow over the bonfire and when it is suitably melted, place it between the two crackers with the chocolate and squish them together.
Check out the recipe here.