7 Desserts You HAVE To Make This Holiday Season
I don’t know about you, but during this time of year, our kitchen gets extra busy. My mom is making dinner every night, while my sister is trying to bake a cake or cookies, and I’m just in there trying to make my lunch for the next day of work. But that’s what the holiday season is about! Lots of food, lots of family and lots of bumping into each other. This holiday season, you have to try the following dishes. They’re definitely some of the best ones out there!
Merry Munchies - Made with brown sugar and Sun-Maid Raisins for a healthy dose of antioxidants, these delicious cookies are sure to be a hit with everyone at the table.
Snickerdoodles – I originally found this recipe on the blog Bake or Break. She had adapted it from a Nigella Lawson recipe. The cookie comes out more cake-like and definitely isn’t chewy. But the nutmeg adds special flavor, especially around the holidays.
Pinwheel Cookie – This pinwheel cookie is easy to bake. Tastes yummy with hot cup of tea!
Chocolate Macaroons - These macaroons are so easy to whip up and taste like you’ve been slaving for hours!
White Chocolate Macadamia Cranberry Dreams – A rich buttery, cookie that is sure to remind you of Cape Cod!
Fresh Pumpkin Pie - This holiday favorite features fresh pumpkin puree that you scoop straight out of the pumpkin. No cheating with cans!
Cranberry Orange Tea Bread – You’re making a list and checking it twice — but it seems to grow longer every day! Why not leave the malls behind and generate the spirit of the season right in your own kitchen? With this cranberry orange tea bread recipe, it’s easier than you think!
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