Many Christmas dishes can be made well before Christmas Eve and the holidays, which lets you spread your Christmas preparations over several days. If you prepare your dishes at the same time, avoiding the peak hours of electricity consumption and with a single heating of the oven, you will be working in an energy-efficient way.
All Christmas casserole dishes can be prepared in advance and frozen immediately after preparation. However, the potato casserole should be frozen uncooked and cooked only after defrosting. We recommend putting graved salmon or whitefish in the freezer immediately after curing, as it will continue to be cured as it defrosts in the fridge.
Christmas baking such as breads, buns, Bundt cakes, cake bases and biscuits can be prepared and frozen in advance and then defrosted for Christmas.
Christmas sweets can also keep for a long time, so you can make them well in advance – if you are able to resist the temptation of eating them right away.
Let’s make the wait for Christmas wonderful together!
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