Cook Without The Book: Brilliant Bonfire Buffet

Cook Without The Book: Brilliant Bonfire Buffet


After the madness of Halloween, it’s time for the excitement and bright lights of Bonfire Night. This is the perfect night to keep warm by a bonfire and enjoy some scrumptious treats. Enjoy a variety of delicious food including warming soups and perfect puddings. We’ve chosen some of our favourite Bonfire Night recipes for you to enjoy.


Firework Cupcakes


Firework cupcakes are the perfect treat to make for Bonfire night. These sparkling firework cakes are easier to make than they look, and you can enlist your whole family to give you some help in the kitchen.




Toffee Apples

No Bonfire Night party is complete without some traditional toffee apples. This is the perfect recipe to satisfy those with a sweet tooth. To create these classic sticky treats, just follow this simple toffee apple recipe





S’mores Cupcakes

These delicious s’mores cupcakes are the perfect treat to enjoy by the bonfire. Based on the traditional American classic, these cupcakes have four tasty layers including a crunchy caramelised biscuit base, a layer of melted chocolate, a gooey rich chocolate sponge centre and a sweet, fluffy marshmallow topping and come complete with a chocolate dipped biscuit.





Spicy Pumpkin Soup

This simple spicy pumpkin soup is an autumnal dish you’ll love to try as a starter, lunch or dinner. This recipe is ideal for using up any of your leftover pumpkin from Halloween carvings.





Classic Pulled Pork

Missing the Summer Heat? Bring a BBQ favourite to the bonfire with this classic pulled pork sandwich. Smothered in a rich, flavoursome sauce, it’s so tender and just falls off the bone. Plus, if you leave it to bake in a slow cooker you can make the most of an inexpensive shoulder of pork – resulting in the meat being soft and delicious.



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