No matter what mid-winter tradition you celebrate, the end of December sends a universal signal to start baking everything sweet, decadent, creamy, and rich. This year, enjoy a few new recipes in your holiday baking list. Below are a few simple recipes you can whip-up quickly by yourself or have fun making them with your kids. You can bake these items and add them to the break-room smorgasbord of goodies, prepare them for a holiday party or dinner, or just enjoy them at home with your family.
Enjoy double chocolate goodness with this simple, three-ingredient recipe. You can make these tasty little treats in 15 minutes or less if you use a food processor to prepare the Oreo crumbs or take your time and let your little one have fun crushing the cookies with a rolling pin.
Peanut Butter Fudge
This peanut butter fudge is creamy with a salty sweet flavor you’ll love. It’s great for last minute preparations. You can whip up this 4-ingredient, peanut butter fudge in under 10 minutes.
Instead of baking a full-size pecan-pie, try these miniature pecan tassies. They’re quick and easy to make and share. They keep for a long while so if you need to make a lot for a big bash you can prepare them well in advance and they’ll still be delicious on the day of your event.
Pumpkin Pie Bites
Another mini-pie, these pumpkin tarts are great for holiday parties and buffet tables. There just as yummy as a large pie and their teeny, two-bite size will leave your guest enough room to try as many desert as they like. Of course, they might love these little pies so much they won’t want anything else.
Sound fancy and complicated? This delicious Italian custard only calls for three ingredients and can be ready in as little as 10 minutes. Whisk these up right after dinner and enjoy the delighted expression of your dinner guest when they taste their first creamy spoonful.
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Triple Chocolate Cookies
Sweet, chocolatey, soft, and chewy, these triple chocolate cookies will disappear just as fast as you can bake them — and they only take 30 minutes to make.
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