We don't know about you but when it comes to Christmas desserts, we think of lots of tasty goodies in all shapes and sizes offer a little something for everyone..
We've build the tastiest Christmas goodie menu that we guarantee will leave your taste buds wanting more. So lets get stuck in:
1. Layered Goodies in a Glass
It doesn't get any better than to be spoilt with a layered trifle of goodies in a glass. Easy to prepare and well in advance these prove to be a dead vert for less experienced of us all.
As well as looking incredibly festive they're also delicious. Click here for the recipe of a Black Forest Trifle and here for the recipe for Red Velvet Trifle. Trifle tends to be served on a large scale, but they work so well in small glasses or jars. So cute!
2. Christmas Chocolate Cherries
Here's another cute and delicious recipe, sweet fresh cherries in a layer of white chocolate with delicious sprinkles on it. Or you can simply dip the cherry in dark chocolate, if you prefer. Here is a recipe for Christams Chocolate Cherries.
3. Christmas Cookies
Christmas just isn' the same without Santa Claus and the Christmas tree; Christmas cookies. In the photos below you can see beautiful Christmas cookies decorated with white icing. Awesome right?
4. Mini Xmas Cheesecakes (grain-free, gluten-free)
These are awesome. The usual cheesecake is lovely but these allow you to try lots of different tastes and collectively they really impress. Perfect for parties and they couldn't be easier to make. Heres the recipe for Xmas Cheesecakes courtesy of mybakingaddition.
5. Strawberry Brownie Kebabs
These little treats allow us all to relive the summer fun all over again. Such an easy recipe that offers a striking impact. If you like doing something a bit more creative, even if it's as easy as putting some brownie bites, strawberries, and marshmallows on skewers, then this is perfect for you. Here's the recipe for Strawberry Brownie Kebabs courtesy of ericasweettooth.com.
6. Chocolate Bowl
The perfect centre piece for any Christmas occasion. Anyone can try this one and it will be worth the effort. Learn how to make chocolate creations, this simple chocolate bowl is a great place to start. Here's how to make a Chocolate Bowl courtesy of goodtoknow.co.uk.
7. Cherry & Coconut Florentines
This one's for the biscuit lover who just can't resist a dip in the culpa or coffee. They're cute chewy bites, made out of one giant version, then the star shapes are stamped out - leaving lots of bits to nibble! Here's the recipe for Cherry and Coconut Florentines courtesy of bbcgoodfood.com.
8. Chocolate Dipped Strawberries
Hand Dipped Chocolate Covered Strawberries and Marshmallows are a great garnish for the Christmas table that will create a huge impact for your guests. You can either dip them in milk or white chocolate and include any of these amazing toppings, such as mixed nuts or coconut. Here's the recipe for Chocolate Dipped Strawberries courtesy of Marble Slab Catering.
9. Hot Chocolate on a Stick
Each year we find ourselves looking for some sort of treat or gift to give to friends, teachers and co-workers. This year we are beyond excited about these mini Hot Chocolate on a Sticks! They are adorable and the perfect cozy, winter treat! Here's the recipe for Hot Chocolate on a Stick courtesy of makeandtakes.com.
10. Snow Angel Cupcakes
Angel food cake is one of our favourites all time favourites. It's light and sweet and totally unexpected around the holidays. Cupcake sized portions are a refreshing change to the heavy desserts we often enjoy during the month of December. And definitely pairs nicely with a bubbly glass of wild berry Sparkling Margarita. Fo the last time here is the recipe for Snow Angel Cupcakes courtesy of http://thecakeblog.com.