10 Best Christmas Desserts

10 Best Christmas Desserts. Bake a dessert for any Holiday party or a special treat for your family.

Breakfast Cheese Danish. Serve this recipe for breakfast or even a dessert. So easy when you make it with crescent rolls and cream cheese. Perfect for Christmas morning. Recipe HERE

Eggnog Cookies. Melt-In-Your-Mouth Eggnog Cookies – One of my favorite holiday cookies!! These moist cookies are awesome for a cookie exchange or the Christmas cookie swap! Recipe HERE

Caramel Pudding Shots are so easy and quick to make. Whip topping and caramel oozing over the top. Boozy pudding is the best kind of pudding. Recipe HERE

Mock Apple Pie. This recipe uses Ritz crackers instead of apples. But is is even more delicious and easier than a normal apple pie. You have to try it to believe it. Recipe HERE

Snickers Brownies. Combining brownies with a classic Snickers bar results in an incredible dessert experience. A thick triple chocolate brownie base, layered with gooey caramel, nutty marshmallow nougat, and topped with creamy chocolate. Recipe HERE

Mint Crush Chocolate Cupcakes. A festive Holiday recipe. Dessert chocolate cupcakes with a dark chocolate ganache and crushed almonds, then topped with creme de menthe baking chips. Recipe HERE

Christmas Red Velvet Poke Cake. A very tasty, rich and moist! So easy to make, you need only few ingredients. Christmas Red Velvet Poke Cake – a taste of Christmas in every bite of this delicious cake! Recipe HERE

No Bake White Chocolate Peppermint Cheesecakes. a combination of white chocolate pudding, cream cheese, cheesecake pudding, frozen whipped topping and a touch of peppermint extract to create a mousse-like cheesecake dessert that is creamy, light and delicious with a mild hint of peppermint flavor! Recipe HERE

Candy Cane Oreo Truffles. They aren’t as messy to dip as just truffles and they seem a fair amount easier to dip than pops on sticks. And no bake, gotta love that. Recipe HERE

Christmas Lasagna is whimsical layered dessert that will be a hit at your Christmas gathering! Get the recipe HERE

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