Hot on the heels of Halloween comes Bonfire Night – only by now the chill of winter has officially set in as the countdown to Christmas begins!
Which helps explain why Bonfire Night, also known as Guy Fawkes Day, is best celebrated with warming recipes alongside the popular bonfire potatoes and toffee. You can find the best bargains for your bonfire on our special shelf prepared for the occasion here!
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To help make sure your Bonfire Night is toasty indeed we’ve picked out these recipe favorites.
Whether you’re going for healthy or decadent, jacket potatoes are always tasty so mix and match your favorite fillings to create your own.
There’s nothing more autumnal than a big bowl of good chili. Which makes it especially great for a festive bonfire night with friends!
Hot dogs are both easy to prepare and eat around a bonfire. As Netmums suggests, real sausages also make a nice alternative.
And when you’re ready for dessert….
A traditional American treat, S’mores involve squeezing a roasted marshmallow with chocolate in between 2 digestive biscuits for the ultimate dessert sandwich.
[Note: For a more tame version check out the Naked Marshmallow on SHOPS:]
At the end of the day – or night? – nothing caps Bonfire Night better than toffee apples, complete with flaked almonds!
We’d love to know about your Bonfire Night food favourites in the comments below! Have a safe and happy one!