It's Christmas dinner... in a mug!

Imagine cooking your Christmas dinner - in just mere minutes? Well after the enormous success of microwave meals in a mug a couple of weeks ago, we've invited Theo Michaels back to do just that.

And this time he's got your three course Christmas meal sorted - a prawn cocktail for starters, his take on turkey and the trimmings, and dessert - walnut and chocolate Christmas cake.

Fearne Cotton's guilt-free Christmas treats

She's one of the most beloved TV and radio presenters, but with her partying days well and truly behind her, Fearne Cotton now enjoys a quieter kind of life as a busy mum and keen baker.

After the success of her first cookbook, Cook Happy Cook Healthy, Fearne is back to whip us up some guilt-free festive treats.

Salted caramel apple crumble with cinnamon custard

It's only been a month since she won The Great British Bake Off but Candice Brown has already been tipped to be the new Nigella Lawson. The former school teacher, turned glamorous baker joins us in the kitchen to show us how to make a decadent dessert for the weekend which could also become the perfect alternative to your traditional Christmas Pudding.

Candice will be baking us a delicious salted caramel apple crumble with cinnamon custard to give it that festive flavour and tells us all about how her life has changed since winning the show and why she's decided to swap the classroom for the kitchen.

POLL: Do you like Christmas pudding?

You either love it or you really can't see what the big attraction is - we're talking Christmas pudding. So do you look forward to finishing off your Christmas feast with a traditional flaming pudding, or are you more likely to decline a bowl of this festive treat?

Let us know by voting in our poll below!