Recognising everyone’s favourite party foods from childhood, Primula Cheese has released its Christmas recipes with a retro twist.

From vol-au-vents to pinwheels, Primula has Christmas party food catered in minutes, so you can still have festive fun. The versatility of Primula cheese means you can cater for unexpected visitors or family feast without fuss, thanks to its unique squeezable tubes and range of flavours.

From making a quick rarebit or stirring into soup, to creating a party platter even Santa would squeeze down the chimney for, Primula cheese tubes come in original, light, ham, chive and prawn flavours.

Primula cheese and ham vol-au-vents are what memories are made of – Christmas parties weren’t a party until a bit of squeezy cheese and puff pastry made their magic.

Its easy-squeezy recipes for Christmas also include cranberry cheese parcels and retro prawn cocktail canapés.

Made in the UK by Kavli, the company that invented spreadable cheese 90 years ago, back in 1924.

And, don’t forget that Christmas is a time of giving. Profits from Primula cheese go to charities here and abroad thanks to its unique not-for-profit status. To find out more about The Kavli Trust go to http://www.primula.co.uk/profits-go-to-good-causes.html

For more Primula cheese recipes go to http://www.primula.co.uk/recipes.html


**High resolution images and full recipes available for download at https://www.dropbox.com/PrimulaChristmasCanapes

Competition prizes, images and further samples are available – please contact Ellie McParlin or Emma Campbell on 0191 232 5690 / primula@opr.co.uk

**High resolution images available for download at https://www.dropbox.com/PrimulaChristmasCanapes

Primula the uniquely squeezy cheese contains more real cheese than any other leading brand and contains no added flavours, colours or preservatives. Primula Cheese is available in tubes and tubs and contains a third less fat than hard cheese.

Primula is owned by The Kavli Trust.  All profits go to the charitable organisation which funds scientific, cultural and humanitarian causes both in the UK and around the world. For more information visit: www.kavli.com

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