7 Breadwinner Christmas Pastries (and Their Perfect Pairings)

Posted Wednesday 7 December 2016


PLUM AND APPLE CHRISTMAS STRUDEL WITH MULLED WINE

Our sweet (but not too sweet) fruit strudels combined with the warm, spiced flavour of mulled wine tastes like a Christmas dream.

strudel

FRANGIPANE MINCEMEAT CHRISTMAS PIES AND A STRONG CUPPA

Pairing up traditional with tradition: our mincemeat pies have a decadent frangipane almond topping, complemented nicely with a customary after-dinner cuppa.

frangipane

GINGERBREAD FAMILY WITH A MUD PIE MILKSHAKE

The best part about our handcrafted Gingerbread Family? The coffee and icecream mix of the Mud Pie Milkshake makes it perfect for dipping!

gingerbreadfamily

DECADENT CHOCOLATE COOKIES (WITH COCAO) AND A TALL GLASS OF MILK

For chocolate lovers without the guilt, and perfect for the wee one’s - read about the health benefits of adding cocao in your diet. Made with dark chocolate and rich cocao, milk is the perfect mate to this decadent cookie.

decadent chocolate

CRANBERRY YOGHURT COOKIES AND A HOT CHOCOLATE

Traditional, handmade, and artisan. The creaminess of the yoghurt and lively fruit flavour fits in beautifully with the rich flavour of the hot chocolate.

cranberryyoghurt

EDINBURGH OATCAKES WITH A SPICED CAPPUCCINO

Our Edinburgh Oatcakes, new to the Breadwinner Christmas range this year, are perfect for those who want a wee snack or dessert to complement a flavourful drink. Subtle, but tasty.

oatcakes

CHRISTMAS TRAYBAKES AND HOMEMADE EGGNOG

Our traybake flavours range from a rich Cranberry Brownie to a light Christmas Granola, and may be sliced into canape sizes for a dessert platter to taste or simply eaten as a bar. Although Eggnog is more popular in North America during the holidays, it is said that the drinks origins stems from medieval Britain. The smooth and creamy custard-like drink is an excellent partner to the range of Traybakes The Breadwinner Bakery offers this Christmas, and an easy homemade treat.

mincemeat crunch
triotraybake

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