Holiday Desserts Anyone Can Make

These easy last-minute desserts will wow your holiday guests

Holiday Desserts Anyone Can Make

Holiday Desserts Anyone Can Make

If you’re preparing an elaborate holiday feast, dessert should be the least of your worries. Make dessert ahead of time and you won’t have to give it a second thought on the day of the party.

Matcha Chocolate Chip Rice Cookie

Use matcha green tea powder as a natural food dye this holiday season. These festive treats can be made with rice flour or more readily available all-purpose flour. Click here to see the recipe.

Hazelnut Dough Balls

Skip sometimes-dangerous raw cookie dough and use homemade or store-bought egg-free cookie dough to make these no-bake cookie dough bites. Click here to see the recipe.

Chocolate Truffles

 

No-bake chocolate truffles made with cocoa powder, cream cheese, confectioners sugar, and coconut oil are easy to make but hard to stop eating! Click here to see the recipe.

Peppermint Fudge

It’s got a bad rep, but fudge is actually really easy to make — all you need are a few simple ingredients like milk, sugar, and cocoa powder. The only tricky part is watching the temperature of the mixture; be sure to use a candy thermometer to avoid burning the fudge. Click here to see the recipe.

Gingerbread Latte Cheesecake

Use store-bought gingerbread cookie dough as the base to this cheesecake; cut out festive shapes with any leftover dough and use them as decorations. Click here to see the recipe.

Peppermint Snowball Cookies

Peppermint Snowball Cookies
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Use broken candy canes crushed into a powder mixed with confectioners sugar as an easy (minty) decoration. Click here to see the recipe.

Reindeer Cookie Ball Pops

Get the kids involved with making these adorable bite-size desserts and you’ll end up with a whole herd of Santa’s reindeer. Click here to see the recipe.