Bonfire Night recipes to share with family and friends on fireworks night, including Lorraine Pascale's s'mores pops, casseroles, stews and plenty more warming dishes
Bonfire Night recipes to share with family and friends on fireworks night, whether you’re hosting a party of getting everyone together for a hot dinner before going out to watch the fireworks.
Go for chunky soups, hearty stews or sticky toffee cakes for something very autumnal and warming. The only thing left to do once you’ve enjoyed one of our bonfire night recipes is to layer up and head out to enjoy the fireworks displays!
Lorraine Pascale makes classic American s’mores into easy s’mores marshmallow pops (pictured) dipped in chocolate and crushed digestives or ginger nuts. They’re a lovely treat for both kids and adults so you’ll really make the occasion very special if you make them. Plus, they take no time at all to throw together.
For a really warming meal to enjoy before or after the fireworks, why not try our beef meatballs in Guinness – they really are the ultimate comfort food. They are super tasty, warming and filling which makes them the ideal autumn dish. The same goes for our Mexican meatball soup. Any dish with a bit of a kick to it is bound to warm you up so add as much or little heat as you fancy (or can handle!).
Soup is also a great option; our cauliflower cheese soup with bacon and chicory is a favourite, especially as it’s so deliciously cheesy.
For dessert, why not give our butterscotch apple pudding a go – the flavours are an absolute dream together. Sticky date cake with toffee frosting is also another great option. Anything sticky and indulgent is perfect for this time of year and ideal to kick off bonfire night festivities!
Whether you’re looking for a warming, filling dish to serve up before the fireworks or a sweet and sticky dessert, we’ve got everything you could need for the perfect bonfire night menu. Click through to find more of our bonfire night recipes…