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Christmas Recipes 2021
These Christmas Treats are like tiny works of art. These holiday desserts are so fun to make, they look sensational and they taste even better! These are all great for your Christmas parties, holiday gatherings or even just for your family to enjoy at home.
Turn a boxed brownie mix into the sweetest Christmas Tree Brownie Cups. Your whole family can have fun transforming a fudgy brownie batter and whipped topping into these festive holiday edible trees in just a matter of minutes.
This Grinch Punch is so simple to make for the entire family. Frothy sherbert, lemon-lime soft drinks, and more fruit flavorings make this holiday drink so delicious and will have your heart growing three sizes!
This decadent Christmas Red Velvet Poke Cake is moist, light, and fluffy. It has a cream cheese poke filling and almond cream cheese frosting on top. Perfect to serve at the end of your Christmas dinner.
Decorate dozens of trees when you make a batch of these Christmas Tree Brownies. These festive beauties use a brownie base and are decorated with icing branches and candies and sprinkles for ornaments. They are so adorable!
If you are hosting or attending an ugly sweater party this holiday season, you need to make this Ugly Sweater Cake. This tacky dessert can be made with supplies you probably already have on hand in the pantry, too!
Spritz Cookies have to be one of my favorite Christmas cookies. They consist of only a handful of ingredients and extra toppings. Using a cookie press you can make so many different versions of this buttery holiday favorite.
Want a cute treat that the kiddos will love to make and eat? Make a batch of these Melted Snowman Cookies. These are sugar cookies topped with icing and a marshmallow melting snowman all decked out.
These Peanut Butter Penguins are a fun holiday treat to make well into the winter. Nutter Butter cookies, chocolate and peanut butter.... what more could you ask for?
These Christmas Light Cookies are a hit every time I make them. They may not look it, but they are a breeze to make and they taste SO good, too! So grab your supplies and light up your dessert table.
There is nothing more traditional at your holiday table than Gingerbread Men Cookies. These tasty little guys are made with a soft, chewy cookie dough that's loaded with pumpkin pie spices, ginger, molasses and brown sugar. They are amazing.
Ready to quench that holiday sweet tooth? These Meringue Wreath Cookies will definitely hit the spot with a melt-in-your-mouth. These are great for a holiday cookie exchange.
Christmas Sprinkle Cookies are the best, easiest, quickest way to bake a batch of soft and chewy sugar cookies for the holidays. This simple recipe combines a bag of cookie mix with 3 ingredients to make a dough that is colored, rolled, and baked–no chilling, no cutting–just make ‘em, bake ‘em, and eat ‘em!
This recipe for Secret Kiss Cookies makes soft and chewy sugar cookies, coated in powdered sugar and are quite literally sealed with a Kiss! They are gone in no time at my house!
Gingerbread kiss cookies combine all of your favorite holiday spices with sweet Hershey’s Hugs to create the easiest holiday cookie. These delicious treats are quick to bake and a fun way to spread some joy.
This recipe for Melted Snowman Fudge is insanely easy, makes the cutest and tastiest white chocolate fudge and you don't have to use a candy thermometer.
Ok signed up hoping for the peanut, marshmallow recipe. Where would I find that?
I made the crock pot candy for gifts, but my family can’t stop eating it! I also made the mints. Beautiful!