Here are the things we are tasting related to ‘Robins‘. Please share your suggestions on the app!

Robin gingerbread biscuits

It’s that time of year again to make some festive gingerbread biscuits, and what better shape than a red breasted robin?  The hundreds & thousands and chocolate buttons are sure to be a hit for Christmas cheer.



Robin cocktail

Here’s a cocktail with a difference – see the special ingredients in the notes below the recipe.  I also like the comment about the robin bird, cited by Casper Huang, the inventor of the drink.




Robins just love these but they are totally edible for us as well. In fact, in some cultures in the world they are a normal part of people’s diet. Makes a change from pigs in blankets and could make mulled wine more interesting too.



Roly Poly Robins from Hotel Chocolat

There’s loads of chocolate robins out there, but these look amazing! Made out of caramel chocolate with raspberry redbreasts….


Rocky Robin Cake

Here’s a chance to spruce up a traditional Christmas cake by adding a couple of little robins and a try branch upon the icing to round off any Yuletide meal.


Robin Hood Chicken

As the website states, who knows how this dish got its name attributed to the beloved outlaw, but one can imagine he and his merry men tucking into a leg or wing with its special marinade on top.


Smartie Robin

Not as decadent as Hotel Chocolat but still a sweet little way to have a robin-themed treat this month. The redbreast is filled with mini-smarties…


Robin’s Pie and Mash

Traditional pie and mash shops in East London from a family restaurant chain that’s been going for five generations.