The Definitive Ranking of Christmas Foods


Anyone who has read any of my posts will know that food is absolutely the way to my heart. I've written a fair few food-related blog posts and I'm always posting over on my Instagram about my love for the humble roast dinner, stacks of pancakes, and extra-large pizzas. So, the fact that today's Blogmas post is another food-related one probably won't come as any shock to anyone. Enter Becca's definitive ranking of alllll the note-worthy Christmas foods...

A definitive ranking of all of the note-worthy Christmas foods from God Tier to Shit Tier.

God Tier

  • Pigs in Blankets - THE highlight of Christmas, need I say anymore?
  • Sausagemeat Stuffing - a close second place amongst the roast dinner trimmings
  • Roast Potatoes - the third member of the God Tier trio of trimmings. 

Top Tier 

  • Yorkshire Puddings - delicious, but not a Christmas Day must-have. 
  • Cauliflower Cheese - the far superior (and only) way to eat cauliflower
  • Roast Parsnips - almost as good as the roast potato, almost. 

Mid Tier 

  • Turkey - Can we all just say we prefer chicken and move on?
  • Carrots - a great vegetable but not something to fill up on considering everything else available
  • Broccoli - same as above 

Low Tier 

  • Peas - pretty rank but still edible.
  • Mince Pies - an alright snack, can think of many other things I'd prefer
  • Mash - great at other times but shouldn't be served at Christmas if you ask me.

Shit Tier 

  • Brussel Sprouts - those things are just naaaaasty.
  • Christmas Cake - too solid, much brick. 
  • Christmas Pudding - even setting it alight doesn't detract from the disappointment of this pud

Do you agree? Have I got it totally wrong? Let's have a chat in the comments!


  1. Pigs in blankets are the reason Christmas is so great hahah!

    Lucy | Forever September

  2. Completely agree with the god tier, top tier, mid tier and shit tier! Brussel sprouts should not be a thing. Also we all do prefer chicken, it's so much tastier! The only thing I'd disagree on is peas in the low tier - I love peas haha x