No Croutons Required - Festive Photos


December arrived. I got stuck into my 12 Days of Christmas Giveaways (check the sidebar) and forgot all about No Croutons Required. Shame on me!

Lisa and I have a bit of a tradition. We ask for festive photos in December. We know everyone is busy so we don't ask you to create a recipe, however if you do create a lovely festive recipe (veggie of course) and you have a gorgeous photo to share then do link up and add it to the linky below. Other than that, we are just looking for your festive photos (still link up). We do have a wee prize for the winning photo this month too.

Remember to link to this post and to my co-host and friend Lisa over at Lisa's Kitchen in your post. You can find full details on my challenge page.

I look forward to seeing all the photos.

Have a very merry Christmas x


  1. I have been thinking about a festive photo for NCR - haven't been posting many soups and salads lately - had one I thought I might post and remember it was the festive edition. Which is really easier than writing out what I did with the soup which is so much like other soups I have posted! But may need to wait til next weekend when we have tree decorations and another carol service!

  2. Not sure how festive my photo is, but it is a delicious soup :-)
    Season's greetings to all! H x.

  3. I'm not sure how festive my photo is too but my soup is white like the snow and perfect to warm up in December :D

  4. My Earl grey prunes with bay, cardamon and orange definitely smell like Christmas - and make a great last minute food gift too. Thanks for hosting - always an inspiring link up :-)

  5. Thanks for hosting, my kale and tofu dish is very nutritious and tasty, I hope you will like the photo as well.


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