Blogmas Day 23: Made with Love’s Christmas Menu

Hey guys and welcome to Blogmas day 23

So I thought it would be fun to share with you the Christmas day menu that we have in my house. As you will all be well aware by now, I am obsessed with food and I never miss out on an opportunity to cook food, bake food or write about food. What we have in our house is very much classic of what most people living in Northern Ireland have to eat on Christmas day but if you eat something very different because you’re from a different part of the world, do let me know in the comments what you have. I love to learn about food from other cultures. Without further ado then, I give you my Christmas menu.


-Homemade American style pancakes


Scrambled Eggs


-A selection of pastries


-A glass of Buck’s Fizz


Christmas Dinner Menu


-Freshly prepared Vegetable Broth with Warm, Homemade Wheaten Bread.

Main Course

-Turkey and Ham with Stuffing, Carrots & Parsnips, Brussel Sprouts, Yorkshire Puddings, Mash potatoes, Roast potatoes & Gravy


Christmas Pudding served with Whipped Cream and/or Fresh Custard.


Drinks Menu

-Red & White Wine


-Bailey’s Irish Cream

-A selection of Festive Cocktails/ Mocktails

-A selection of Spirits & Beers

-Tea & Coffee

-Orange Juice


Christmas Evening Snacks (Served Exclusively after 6pm)

-Turkey and/ or Ham Sandwiches

-Doritos and Dip

-Mince Pies served with Pouring Cream

-Christmas Cake

-Ice Cream

-Chocolate (Lots & Lots of Chocolate)

-More Drink (lol)

-Hot Chocolate with Marshmallows, Whipped Cream & Flake


There you have it guys; my Christmas Day Menu. I hope this sounds as mouth-watering to you as it does to me. Again, please share with me what you have to eat on Christmas day. I really would love know. In the meantime, grab yourself a hanky, (I would imagine you’re dribbling a little bit after reading this), and I will be back tomorrow with another post.

With love this Christmas,



12 Comments Add yours

  1. You have to include those recipes 🙂 The pudding OhMy!


    1. Look out for it in the new year 🙂


  2. Holly says:

    I’m coming to your house for Christmas Day. Schloer always reminds me of days before alcohol. Me and my brother would get so excited about having some xxx


    1. Haha I hear you Holly. For me, Christmas would not be Christmas without Schloer 🙂

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  3. Aditi says:

    Yummy post..Pastries are totally Yes on Christmas. December is full of cakes and pastries..
    Menu is mouth watering..Loved it.


  4. Wish I was coming to your house- this sounds delicious!


    1. I’m glad you liked the post 🙂

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  5. So glad I was eating during this because I knew just reading it that I’d be hungry. Christmas dinner at the parents house slightly differs from your fam. We have an Ulster fry in the morning, prawn cocktail for starts, Christmas din dins is the same, dessert is usually pavlova with cream/ice cream. Drinks are usually all the same, though lol. Can’t beat a proper Ulster fry on a cold Northern Irish day, yum yum! Great post and I followed your blog, can’t believe we aren’t following each other already. xx


    1. Ooh an Ulster fry. You know, I haven’t had one of those in years lol. Thanks for following me 🙂

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  6. What a menu! Can I get invited next year? 🙂 I haven’t had Bailey’s in such a long time…would need to get one for NYE.


    1. Bailey’s, to me, is heaven in a glass. Yum yum!!

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