Of course our meal plan makes mushrooms the star, one of the most sustainable and healthy foods available. King Charles is known for his passion for the environment and local produce. 

No mushroom focused, coronation meal plan would be complete without the King Oyster mushroom. If you manage to find these in your local supermarket then you’re in for a treat, but if you can’t, feel free to switch for regular oyster mushrooms or any other mushroom you prefer.

We’ve tried each of these recipes and can confirm that they aren’t difficult to create and taste delicious!

The Royal Starter

Creamy garlic mushrooms

These taste amazing and only took about twenty minutes to cook, but are sure to impress your guests.

Recipe: https://www.deliciousmagazine.co.uk/recipes/baked-creamy-garlic-mushrooms/

The Main Event

King oyster mushroom filo tart

The star of the occasion is the King Oyster mushroom and filo tart. We found that the recipe for the filling was enough to make two tarts, so you could make one extra and keep it in the freezer. Although it looks complicated it was quite simple to assemble. It was useful to have two sets of hands when rolling the pastry.

The official BBC site describes it as ‘a flavour-packed nod to King Charles’ love of vegetables and Greek heritage, this vegetarian spiral filo tart is filled with familiar coronation flavours.’

Get the recipe here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/king_oyster_mushroom_75240


The official dessert option released by Buckingham Palace is this delicious Ginger and Strawberry Trifle.

Recipe: https://assets-coronation.ams3.digitaloceanspaces.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/03/Adam-Handling-recipe-final-1.pdf


A jug of Pimm’s is a classic British cocktail and perfect for a royal occasion

Recipe: https://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/pimms