Finally the most awaited holiday of the year has arrived. What are holidays without desserts? From sugar cookies to winter cake, we have got you a variety of desserts that you must try this Christmas. You can even use some of them as a Christmas present for your friends and neighbors. Ranging from cakes to cookies to cupcakes, we have you covered with everything. Let us read a little deeper about these delicious and mouth-watering desserts for you to try.
The name itself does justice to this delicious piece of art. However, this white sponge cake layers with red currents and raspberry fillings, with almond biscuit crust at the bottom. And then you ice it with sweet condensed milk buttercream and decorate it with fresh rosemary and raspberries. Drizzle some powdered sugar and put a couple of cinnamon sticks, you will get the feeling of a winter holiday just by a glance at it.
Made from crunchy Californian almonds and Pacific Island coconuts, this cake has a combination of amazing flavors. A delicious blend of white chocolate and coconut filling, topped with mascarpone. The coconut milk makes the almond sponge cake so moist and delicate. Overall, the cake is so irresistible that it becomes hard not to fall in love with it.
Red Velvet Cake
You can never go wrong with the evergreen red velvet cake or cupcakes. This cream cheese iced dessert with the perfect blend of sugar and spice from cinnamon and the bitterness of cocoa just elevate your taste buds. This perfectly balanced cake makes an impressive dessert for the winter holidays.
Made with the Italian meringue technique, these macarons are a perfect dessert for Christmas. The filling of caramelized coconuts adds that extra texture to it. These caramelized coconuts are then mixed with white chocolate for filling it between the macaron biscuits. Therefore, for making macaron biscuits, you whip up some eggs and sugar then bake them on a sheet pan. Therefore, fill the coconut and white chocolate filling between the two biscuits. These coconut macaroons are crisp on the outside and gooey on the inside. However, you can make them in bulk and refrigerate them for later use. Which makes these little delights a must-try for this Christmas.
Double Chocolate Candy Cane Cookies
Cookies and milk, the perfect holiday snack. And for the Christmas holidays, which would be better than combining two-holiday munchies together. Yes, this holiday gives your cookies a little twist by adding crushed candy canes to the cookie batter. Make a double chocolate cookie batter of your choice then add the crushed candy canes on top of it. Bake it and enjoy them with a glass of milk or hot cocoa.
Gingerbread Cookies and House
Gingerbread cookies, gingerbread man and gingerbread house, the all-time favorite of the Christmas holiday. The spices and molasses fill your home with an amazing aroma. Therefore giving you the feel of holidays. The gingerbread houses originated in Germany. To make elaborate cookie-walled houses and then decorate them with golden foil, associated them with Christmas.
Christmas Swirl Cookies
Although they look quite difficult to make but are not that hard to bake. You can make Christmas swirl cookies just by adding colors to your regular cookie batter. roll them in a rectangle, pile them on top of each other, and roll it into a log. Cut out the circles and bake. However, the best part about them is that you can prepare the dough in advance and freeze them up for many days to use later.
Linzer cookies have a taste of spicy cinnamon and raspberry jam-filled center. Add the cinnamon to both the cookie batter and the raspberry jam, but not too much. You need to have it perfectly balanced with sweet and spicy. And it goes well with your evening tea or hot chocolate. or you can just have it like it is!
Red Velvet Cookies
Do not have time to bake an entire red velvet cake this holiday. No worries, we have got you covered with an alibi. Instead of a cake, why not bake red velvet cookies, topped with white chocolate? Yes, they are soft on the inside and crisp on the outside. and when combined with white chocolate, it gives such an amazing texture and a treat for your taste buds! The red velvet cookies can become a perfect substitute for the red velvet cake.
Cranberry Orange Cookies
This citrusy cookies for this holiday season would be a treat for your family and friends. You can use dried cranberry and oranges or jams and marmalade instead. Either of them will be packed with the flavors. The combination of sweet and sour would be a total hit as a dessert this Christmas.
Chocolate Snowball Cookies
These rich and buttery cookies filled with semisweet chocolate and nuts are an amazing choice for your holiday feast table. Since we roll the cookies in powdered sugar twice, it gives it a pretty snowy look. The semisweet chocolate filling and the powdered sugar balances the sweetness of the cookies really well. It gives you a total holiday vibe. Apart from just having them on your table, they are quite good for gifting purposes also.
If you are a working mom, sugar cookies come to rescue you. One of the easiest recipes for cookies and you can always play with a variety of icing you want to do. The children as well as adults both love sugar cookies. Also, you can spend time with your kids while making this. As children love to make and bake them.
However, the main motive of the holiday season is to spend time with our family and friends. And what could be a better way to spend time and have fun with kids than whipping up some batter of cakes or cookies and enjoy them freshly baked with hot cocoa or a warm glass of milk. You can also save some for Santa and his reindeers for their long journey.