If you're anything like me, one of your favorite parts of the holiday season is all of the delicious treats that only seem to come around between Thanksgiving and Christmas. I have a few staples that I look forward to making annually, but I love adding a new recipe or two to my archives. Here are some delicious treats that would be perfect for your holiday gatherings!
I have friends who do a family taffy-pull every winter. This salted butter caramels from A Beautiful Mess sounds just as delicious and a whole lot easier!
I adore white chocolate! (My college roommate and I used to make white chocolate chip pancakes together on the weekends.) These white chocolate pumpkin cups by OMG Chocolate Desserts sound like they would be worth every bit of effort it would take to make them so perfectly adorable!
Cheesecake is always such a decadent treat during the holiday season, and the addition of pumpkin to these cheesecake bars by Roxana's Home Baking makes them even more seasonal.
Aren't these peppermint swirl cupcakes by Land O Lakes the cutest?! They would be so perfect for your Christmas parties this year. Especially if you do a gingerbread house decorating party!
While I was at college there was a local deli that had a pumpkin roll that all of my friends always swooned over. This gingerbread roll cake by Roxana's Home Bakery reminds me of those days and looks perfectly scrumptious for any of your holiday parties this year!
Fudge is always a good idea, and this peanut butter pumpkin fudge by Crazy for Crust is perfect for this time of year! What's the most unique flavor of fudge you've ever made?
Perfectly adorable for both children and adult parties alike, these melting snowmen cookies by Betty Crocker are definitely one of my favorite ideas for this year!
I LOVE a good flourless cake, and this flourless chocolate coconut cake by A Beautiful Mess sounds heavenly! I love the addition of coconut to spice up a more traditional dish.
Another take on the classic cheesecake, this Christmas candy ricotta cheesecake by Roxana's Home Baking would be great for your ugly sweater parties or after Christmas dinner.
What are you making this year? Any traditional desserts that you're looking forward to?