Introducing Farmer Christmas

Meet Farmer Christmas - a grower and lover of fabulous festive foods. From treats galore baked in store, to fabulous festive deals, Morrisons is the only supermarket officially approved by Farmer Christmas. Make the treats on your table as magical as the ones under your tree this year.

Affordable Beef Wellington

An affordable and alternative beef wellington – with Morrisons beef joint, which serves 8! A show stopping centrepiece which will dazzle your guests this festive season ✨


  • 1kg Beef Roasting Joint (only £6.99 per KG, stock up for christmas!)
  • 250g Chestnut Mushrooms 
  • 150g Woodland Mushrooms 
  • 1 tbsp Olive Oil 
  • 2 Sprigs of thyme 
  • 3 Shallots
  • 1 Morrisons Puff Pastry Sheet
  • 10 slices Prosciutto Crude
  • 1 Egg 


  1. Cut your roasting joint so the joint has an even diameter and roll it tightly in cling film to refrigerate for 30 minutes.
  2. While you’re chilling the beef, pop all your mushrooms in a food processor and blitz. 
  3. Finely chop the shallots and add them to a saucepan with the mushrooms. 
  4. Add your olive oil and two sprigs of thyme. Cook slowly and ensure as much of the liquid is cooked off as much as possible. 
  5. Spread the mushrooms out onto a baking tray to dry out and leave until cool. 
  6. Layer the prosciutto slices out on to a piece of cling film. Ensure there’s no gaps between then. These will wrap around the beef and prevent a soggy bottom! 
  7. Smooth the mushrooms onto the prosciutto and place your beef at one edge. 
  8. Pick up the edge of your cling film and roll.
  9. Open your sheet of puff pastry and place your rolled beef joint at one edge… roll again!
  10. Fold the ends of the pastry down and ensure that there are no gaps and pop this back in the fridge for at least an hour 
  11. After 30 minutes, preheat your oven to 200°C
  12. Remove your wellington from the fridge and beat your egg.
  13. Gently score a pattern onto your wellington but be careful not to pierce through the pastry. If you’d like to add any festival pastry decorations, you can… I added a star to make it feel nice and festive!
  14. Brush on your egg wash and place into the oven. 
  15. Cook at 200°C for 25 minutes. Once this has cooked, add a lose layer of foil and drop the temperature to 160°C and cook for a further 30 minutes. 
  16. Remove from the oven and leave to stand for a few minutes before cutting into slices and serving. 

*If you do cut any meat off to get an even diameter, save those pieces and make your own delicious beef stock! It’ll make the best gravy! 

Christmas Starters

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Christmas Starter Ideas

Try something different for your Christmas starter this year - take a look at our tempting recipes for ideas on how to make Christmas Day a success.

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Christmas Dinner

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Christmas Dinner Ideas

Find Christmas Dinner recipes that will make this year's celebrations even more memorable, as well as blogs full of top tips and inspiration to help you make the big day a big success.

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Christmas Dessert

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Christmas Dessert Ideas

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Christmas Leftovers

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Christmas Leftover Ideas

Make the most of any Christmas leftovers you might have this year, and turn portions of veg, meat and cheese into delicious dishes for Boxing Day and beyond.

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Smashed Mince Pie Rocky Road

I think it’s safe to say that most people have had a mince pie, but what about Smashed Mince Pie Rocky Road? That’s a new recipe for your Christmas baking repertoire, right? 

You’ll need:

  • 400g 54% chocolate
  • 180g butter
  • 70g golden syrup
  • 6 mince pies
  • 125g sliced Brazil nuts
  • 100g glacé cherries, chopped roughly
  • 140g mini marshmallows
  • An 8x8 inch tin
  • Optional extra: edible glitter


  1. Over a low heat melt together your chocolate, butter and golden syrup. Set aside.
  2. In a bowl, smash up your mince pies into chunky pieces. Sprinkle over your Brazil nuts, glacé cherries and mini marshmallows.
  3. Pour the melted chocolate over the smashed mince pie mix and fold together till everything is covered in chocolate.
  4. Pour this into an 8x8 inch tin lined with greaseproof paper. Push the mix into the corners and flatten and level the top the best you can.
  5. Pop in the fridge for a few hours to set.
  6. Remove from the fridge and chop into 16 pieces. If you're going all out, sprinkle with some edible glitter for full on festive fun.

Reindeer Garland

What do you need?

  • Hessian or any material similar 
  • Wooden Pegs
  • Small baubles
  • Googly eyes
  • Twine
  • Super glue or a hot glue gun 

What next?

  1. Cut the fabric into triangles to make your bunting.  
  2. Glue two eyes into the middle of the triangle. 
  3. Take the holder off the bauble and glue this onto the bunting to create the reindeer nose. 
  4. Leave to set for a few minutes before adding the pegs to create antlers. 
  5. Hang up on twine and enjoy your reindeer garland!