Christmas is one of the most magical times of the year - for children it brings the arrival of Santa, while adults wonder in the good cheer and nostalgia of the holiday.
Bring a bit of that magic to your Christmas party with one of these delicious Christmas desserts. These festive sweets are easy to make, but will really impress your guests - not to mention, satisfy their dessert cravings! No matter how big or small your holiday party is, we have a recipe perfect for your celebration.
Decorative cupcakes are always a hit, while a no-bake pecan pie will impress just as much. We guarantee at least one of these recipes will find a special place on your menu to the delight of your party guests.
Try serving a couple of these fabulous confections to give your guests a little variety. We love the idea of pairing a decadent cupcake with the whipped cream, stuffed strawberries! Get creative with your combinations and feel free to add your own special touch to any one of these recipes for a more personalized approach.
For an option with minimal mess and cleanup, stick a toothpick in it! Any opportunity to make the treat bite-sized, do it! For instance, instead of simply cutting up the brownies and serving them on a plate, cut up smaller servings and top with a toothpick. That way, your guests can easily munch away without getting chocolate bits on their clothes, and you don't have to worry about sweeping the crumbs or tossing all those dirty napkins. Even the chocolate whipped strawberries can be served on a stick - although we recommend putting the toothpick in horizontally through the middle instead of vertically.
Get creative with how you serve your food - half the flavor is in the presentation (or so we're told)!
Now, no party is complete without a signature cupcake. This season make this beautiful and delicious Holly Holiday cupcake for all your friends and family. This decorative cupcake is the perfect, sweet addition to any holiday party menu! Read More
Put a twist on your traditional pumpkin pie, by turning it into a parfait! This is an elegant way to serve a Holiday favorite. Individual servings make your dessert instantly more chic and when served in a simple glass, much easier to eat! We cannot wait to make these for our next holiday party! Read More
With all of the holiday festivities and gathering, you are probably spending a significant amount of time in the kitchen preparing your favorite dishes. This time, take a break from long hours in the kitchen by whipping up this no-bake pie! When chocolate and cream are involved in the same dessert it's bound to be a hit with friends and family. Read More
For a lighter dessert option, try making these chocolate, whipped cream stuffed strawberries. This dessert is a great way to unwind and satisfy a sweet tooth after a hearty, holiday meal. Serve these as your only dessert or, for added variety, serve along with one of our other great dessert ideas. Read More
Apple crisp is one of the most classic desserts of all time. This holiday serve your guests a homemade slice of tradition, with this tasty recipe! Add a dollop of ice cream for an added cool and creamy texture! You simply cannot go wrong with apple crisp. Read More
There are so many dessert recipes, but sometimes all you really want is a delicious milk chocolate brownie. This is a fabulous dessert to eat with a cold glass of milk. However, you can also add toppings to it or serve the brownie as part of an ice cream sundae bar. Now matter how you decide to serve or eat this brownie, it will definitely be a favorite amongst friends and family this holiday season. Read More
We simply love the idea of serving classic chocolate mousse in a festive stemware. This chocolaty delight is one of the most trusted dessert recipes around and we know it will satisfy your party guests at your holiday party! Garnish with a festive decoration and you are set with a sweet treat! Read More
Challenge family and friends at your holiday party.
Keep the whole party entertained!
You hear them all season long - how well do you know your Christmas tunes?