Wednesday, 28 December 2016

Treat Petite December - Round Up


Welcome to December's round up of Treat Petite! Christmas may be over for another year, but there are some seriously tasty ideas below that you can bookmark for next year, or even make with leftovers! Thank you to everyone who took part this month, check out Cakeyboi for January's link up coming soon.


I started things off this month with my Syllabub Star Cups, which make a perfect sweet canape for any party.


Next up were these Mincemeat Streusel Slices from Tales From The Kitchen Shed, an easy to make alternative to mince pies.


Fix Me A Little Lunch linked up these Vegan Chocolate & Cherry Cupcakes to celebrate one year of blogging.


My Treat Petite co-host Cakeyboi made these fabulously festive Gingerbread Brownies which have ginger biscuits mixed into the batter.


Tin & Thyme linked up her Chocolate Pistachio Biscotti with Orange & Cardamom (Gluten Free), made with a gluten free flour mix they are a great edible gift.


These adorable Snowman Brownie Pops were linked up by Tales From The Kitchen Shed, they are so cute and perfect for Christmas gifts!


Only Crumbs Remain made Chocolate Brownies with Mincemeat, a delicious way to use up any leftover mincemeat.


Only Crumbs Remain also linked up Homemade Raspberry & White Chocolate Fudge, which is a gorgeous edible treat to give on Christmas, or any time of year.


This tasty looking stack of Festive Gluten Free & Vegetarian Rocky Road was linked up by Belleau Kitchen, and they were made with some gelatine free marshmallows and gluten free ameretti biscuits.



Green Gourmet Giraffe linked up these Seed Crackers which are a welcome healthy treat this time of year.


These Smoked Salmon, Crowdie & Tattie Scone 'Scottish Blinis' were sent over by Foodie Quine and don't they just look delightful? Crowdie is cream cheese and these would be an easy canape to make for a party.


Allotment 2 Kitchen linked up Vegan Welsh Savoury Pancakes, known as Crempog Las, which are coloured green by the addition of spinach.


And finally we have Gingerbread Cupcakes from Caroline Makes..., a very festive flavour and they are decorated with cupcake toppers.

6 comments:

  1. Thank you so much for hosting, so much sweet deliciousness, but I am a sucker for savoury bites. Happy New Year to you Kat.

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    1. Happy New Year and thanks for linking up with #TreatPetite!

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  2. What a lovely festive selection of treats - this is making me hungry but also interested to see all the lovely presentation of fun food. Happy New Year Kat and look forward to seeing some of your creations next year

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    1. Happy New Year Johanna! Thanks for linking up with #TreatPetite

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  3. Christmas seems so long away already! Great round up, and plenty of inspiration for next year! Hope 2017 is fab for you xx

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