(left) Snowflake Cupcakes (right) Gingerbread Cookies
I’m sure many of us will be rushing around this weekend putting finishing the touches on our Christmas lists, baking holiday treats, and hopefully spending some extra time with our friends and family.
Here is a collection of some of my favorite Christmas treats. Many of these would make beautiful gifts, and make delicious additions to your holiday meals.
Great for gifts…
(left) Chocolate Crinkles (right) Homemade Cranberry Bliss Bars
Rich and delicious….
(left) Chocolate Peppermint Cupcakes (right) Fudge Mint Brownies
Personalized Christmas Cookies (and lots of other Christmas cookies)
Quick and easy treats…
(left) Candy Cane Hearts (right) Rolo Pretzel Bites
Have a wonderful weekend!
Thanks for sharing some of these really classy holiday dessert ideas. Great post.
The Daily Smash says
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Have a great Christmas and wonderful New Year
Thank you!! We were looking for something different for Miss Sarah to take into school for her birthday party and your candy cane hearts were the perfect fit!! We had so much fun making them and they are delicious, too!!
Robin in Ormond says
You are amazing. Thanks for inspiring me to do iced sugar cookies with my sister and Mom this year! Amazing is an understatement. Merry Christmas!!
Love your christmas recipe collection .
What gorgeous desserts! i didnt know where to start when i finally get to tackle my christmas baking, but now i have a great idea of what to make! yum, thanks!
This Christmas recipe collection makes me just swoon. Your photos are breathtaking. I think I gained weight just looking at the pictures! Yum!
Joy Adams says
I had forgotten about the yolo peacan pretzel bits. These would be a perfectly easy treat to surprise my husband's family with on Christmas.
Middleton Family says
Stunning display! BTW – Adia and I were just planning her wedding dessert bar and we are thinking you hydrangea cupcakes would be perfect. So if you want to start brainstorming I think you have about 10 years to plan it! 🙂