One of the best parts of the holidays is the food. Especially the variety of sweet treats. Cookies, fudge, eggnog, and more.
If you’re looking for new additions to your Christmas recipe collection, we’ve gathered nine delicious classics for you to try. Bring them to the office Christmas party or make them for your own enjoyment.
Kids and adults alike love this classic cutout cookie. Because the recipe makes three dozen, you’ll have plenty to share.
Then use this icing recipe to decorate them like a professional.
There are lots of ways to make gingerbread cookies. This recipe gives you soft, chewy, and perfectly spiced cookies.
Spritz cookies are soft, buttery cookies made using a cookie press. You can make them plain or douse them in sprinkles. The results are a delicious cookie everyone will love.
If you don’t have a cookie press, you can find them on Amazon for about $30.
No party is complete without some decadent Christmas fudge. This recipe only takes three ingredients and fifteen minutes to prepare.
Peppermint bark is a simple dessert made with milk chocolate, white chocolate, and peppermint. It’s also a great party contribution.
Also known as a bûche de noël, this is a traditional French Christmas cake shaped like a log. It requires some baking skills, but the results are worth the effort.
This recipe is so simple, you’ll never go back to store-bought eggnog. You can even add brandy or rum to spice it up.
Love Starbucks peppermint mocha, but don’t want to spend the money? You can make it at home in less time than running to Starbucks.
You can make this delicious, sweet liquor yourself with ingredients found at your local grocery store. It’s great alone or served on coffee or ice cream.
Whether you need a dessert for a Christmas Eve party or a holiday drink for a night at home, these recipes have you covered. Enjoy your baking!