Check out these sites for seasonal holiday treats

With the holiday season in full swing, the best way to cozy up is with a good treat! 

  1. Gingerbread cookies—These are a classic. Whether you want to eat it plain or decorate with frosting, it’s definitely a Christmas favorite. This recipe takes a little longer with a prep time of around four hours and a cook time of 10 minutes, this makes approximately 24 four-inch cookies. This recipe will be worth it. You can find the full recipe at Sally’s Baking Addiction.
  2. Frosted Sugar Cookies—Put your art to the test when you make these adorable cookies. The plain sugar cookie is a base for your decorations, whatever you choose to do. These cookies have a prep time of 15 minutes and a cook time of nine minutes—this is a must make. The cookie recipe is found at Food Network and the frosting recipe is from Julies Eats and Treats.
  3. Melting Snowmen Oreo Balls—This dessert is a sweet treat you can give to your neighbors and friends. With a total time of 40 minutes, this cute holiday dessert makes 40 adorable truffles. You can make this for yourself with the recipe from The Girl Who Ate Everything.
  4. Peppermint Bark—Try this delicious dessert or make it your own. The active time is only 45 minutes. This might become your new favorite dessert. Find the full recipe at Food Network.
  5. Christmas Pretzel Hugs—This easy dish is perfect to gift or eat while watching your favorite Christmas movie. You can spice it up to make your perfect creation. The prep time is 10 minutes with a cook time of five minutes, this sure is the quickest dessert. Find the recipe at Dessert Now Dinner Later.
  6. Gingersnaps—This dessert is perfect if you love ginger. The crisp cookie is mouth watering and delicious. The prep time is 20 minutes with a cook time of 10 minutes, making it an easy dessert. Find this recipe at All Recipes
  7. Christmas Cupcakes—If you love making cupcakes, this recipe is for you. This recipe gives you multiple different ways to decorate the yummy cupcakes. With a total time of 40 minutes and 18 servings, find this recipe at Preppy Kitchen.
  8. Gluten Free Cookies—If you are gluten free, you still can enjoy this holiday when you use this delicious recipe. The prep time of 20 minutes and 2 hours of resting, this recipe you need to try. Find it at Meaningful Eats.
  9. Vegan Christmas Desserts—This website has 45 amazing recipes for the Christmas season. These cookies are all vegan friendly and worth reading through. Find all these at The Green Loot.

Hot Chocolate Bombs—For any hot cocoa lovers, try this funky way of making the yummy drink. This website has the recipe, step by step pictures and a video. Definitely give this a try this winter. You can also use cupcake liners if you don’t have the circle molds. Make it with this recipe here Sugar Geek Show.

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