Lately I really have been trying to eat better but man it’s so hard with all the yummy treats around at holiday parties. So I’m going to give myself a little break on Christmas and then jump right back into it hardcore in January. I mean who doesn’t love some amazing, yummy, deserts to make over the holiday season. I’m not really into creating my own recipes but I love to look at what other people create. So here are 8 Yummy Easy Holiday Dessert recipes I found to eat up this holiday season.
Holiday and Peppermint go together like Peanut butter and jelly and this recipe is even Gluten free, Dairy Free, Vegan and Paleo Friendly. Check out this recipe over at thenutritionista they are made with Coconut Oil which has so many awesome benefits plus that added coconut flavor. Bonus is there is no cooking! Yay!
Now how the heck can you go wrong with a recipe with Dreamy in the name?
littleprairiekitchen has a delicious recipe that include graham crackers, butterscotch, coconut and chocolate chips. Try not to eat the whole recipe by yourself.
Cook ahead of time and let chill into a yummy bar.
If you love eggnog you’ll love this flan recipe from The Hungry Room. Sugar, Condensed Milk and maybe add in a little liquor for a perfect, easy dessert that is even super good the next day.
I love vegan recipes and this one definitely packs a yum filled punch! Broke Foodies created this recipe made with chocolate ganache, soft sponge cake and coconut sugar which is definitely one of my favorites because it has a more maple taste. With only a 10 min prep time you can whip this up before any holiday celebration.
If you love almond butter here is a delicious flourless Vegan and Gluten Free Chocolate cookie recipe. The Kitchen of Danielle combines only 10 ingredients into this easy recipe. It includes pumpkin which is one of my favorite dessert items from Nov – Dec. Chocolate and Almond Butter goodness.
For kids with allergies it’s hard to find a fun dessert to please them. EBL Food Allergies created this allergy free recipe using apple slices. No cooking needed and decorated like wreaths to bring in the holiday spirit.
The Queen of Delicious created this easy truffle recipe. Simply blend ingredients in a food processor and roll into balls. You can then roll in coconut if you’re a coconut lover.
This recipe from 204 Park includes a new spin on a rice crispy treat. With puffed rice cereals, marshmallows and peanut butter.
Cut into shapes for easy sharing.