Peppermint milkshakes are fun to serve both kids and adults. Instead of topping the shake with whipped cream, I like to use pink cotton candy and a garnish of edible gold; you can also use crushed peppermint candies, as well.
For those of you who are maple syrup and bacon fans, this one’s for you. We make ours all the more festive by sprinkling a few crushed candy canes over them. Because hey, you can never have enough candy canes during the holidays.
Reinvent your childhood with chocolate ganache-filled pastries topped with a chocolate glaze and crushed candy canes. User store-bought peppermint liquor to cut down on recipe prep time. Recipe courtesy of STK and STK Atlanta.
If you’re looking for the perfect edible holiday gift, these peppermint cookie balls are your new go-to recipe. They’re easy to make and guaranteed to spread holiday cheer. Plus, all of the ingredients that you need to make these festive goodies are available at your one-stop-holiday shop, Walmart.Click here for more of our best cookie recipes.
These fudgy brownies are all dressed up for the holidays with peppermint and mint chocolate chips in the batter. Then, they are topped with a layer of peppermint frosting and then covered in chocolate and crushed candy canes. Happy Holidays!