Discover St Pierre’s Christmas food trends ahead of the festive season, including bubbles for brunch, British classics, European inspiration and more.
Food is such an important part of festive celebrations in the run-up to Christmas. From homemade traditions to European fare – we’re embracing both the familiar and the new for our 2020 celebrations.
St Pierre recently asked 2,000 people across the UK how important food would be this Christmas and 27% of households said this year’s festive menu will be more important this year than ever before. Not only that, over half (53%) revealed food forms a significant part of their family traditions.
We also asked the nation to share their festive food plans for this Christmas to inspire you and your own menus – here’s what they said, as well as our recipe ideas for you to try out at home.
2020 Christmas Food Trends 1: Champagne Brunch
Nothing says celebratory like bubbles, and indulging in a Champagne brunch is something 54% of us here in the UK are keen to do this festive season.
It is no surpise as the British, like many consumers worldwide, may appreciate the craftsmanship, reputation, and exclusivity associated with champagne brands.
2020 Christmas Food Trends 2: Traditional British Favourites
Turkey remains top of our menus, with 64% of us keeping it on our shopping lists. We have couple of turkey leftover ideas using our delicious brioche to whet your appetite, as featured on the Express website.
Pigs in blankets are also big favourites with UK households, with 60% planning to include them in this year’s festive dishes.
Christmas Food Trends 3: European Treats
Tasty European treats have also become firm favourites on the UK Christmas menu. This year, 19% of the nation are looking to devour croissants, while 23% will be looking to tuck into some sweet pastries.