Bring the family together this holiday season with a new and exciting Christmas Dessert. Enjoy these 26 Christmas Dessert Ideas…

1. Chocolate-Dipped Oreo Snowflakes

‘Tis the season to be making (and eating! oh my goodness, the eating!) treats to share with family and friends. The kids loved these Chocolate Dipped Oreo Snowflake cookies – not only did they love help making them, but as we were in the kitchen together, they talked about who they would like to gift some to.

From: IHeartNaptime

2. Christmas Swirled Sugar Cookies

LOVE a good cookie! I might have a bit of an obsession with sweet and yummy cookies! {wink} But seriously, who doesn’t like cookies?!?!

These Christmas Swirl Sugar Cookies are delicious and although they look rather impressive (insert pat on the back here) they are actually really simple.

From: ILoveMyDisorganizedLife

3. Christmas “Crack”

The buttery goodness of Saltine Toffee is irresistible. This treat recipe is so simple, yet so delicious. Try it and see how fast it disappears – it’s kinda addictive!

From: SuburbanSimplicity

4. M&M Christmas Cookie Bars

These chewy cookie bars are loaded with festive M&Ms, making them the perfect option for your Christmas dessert table or any holiday party.

From: FoodySchmoody

5. Christmas Oreo Balls

“Bark” is an artificial chocolate or vanilla candy coating/confectioner’s coating used to make a treat called almond bark and can be found at most grocery stores near the chocolate chips. You can use chocolate chips and white chocolate chips if you don’t have almond bark, but I have found that almond bark melts better and is easier to work with.

From: FoodNetwork

6. Santa Hat Cupcakes

Here is another fun Christmas Cupcake decorating idea! These Santa Hat Cupcakes really easy to pull off, even with minimal piping skills making them a great option for just about anyone! These Santa Hat Cupcakes are perfect for a Christmas party desserts table. Your family will love this idea!

From: FrugalMomEh

7. Sticky Toffee Pudding

If you’ve never had sticky toffee pudding cake, what are you waiting for? A super moist date cake is smothered in a buttery, sweet, toffee sauce and drizzled with a touch of cream. Beautiful and delicious!

From: MelsKitchenCafe

8. Holiday Peppermint Cake

DAZZLE YOUR FRIENDS AND FAMILY WITH THIS SIMPLE AND DELICIOUS HOLIDAY PEPPERMINT CAKE! IT JUST MAY BECOME A HOLIDAY TRADITION!

From: LoveBakesGoodCakes

9. Malteser Christmas Cake

This Malteser Cake has real WOW factor and the results are a rich dense cake with a ganache that is to die for!

It is a moist chocolate taste sensation and you can even turn it into a Christmas Pudding alternative to wow your guests!

From: TheWhoot

10. Caramel Chocolate Pretzel Rods

If you are needing some Christmas food gift inspiration, these Caramel and Chocolate Pretzel Rods will be perfect for gifting this holiday season. Simple to make, no need to buy gourmet.

From: CincyShopper

11. Christmas Rice Krispie Treat Bites

For us, a holiday just isn’t a holiday unless there are Rice Krispie Treats on the dessert table. We keep wondering if we are going to run out of fun ways to transform Rice Krispie Treats into festive Christmas-themed goodies. I guess this year isn’t that year … introducing Christmas Rice Krispie Treat Bites! Yummy, bite-sized balls of crunchy, marshmallow-y delight. Easy to make and even better to eat.

From: TwoSitstersCrafting

12. Melt-In-Your-Mouth Eggnog Cookies

Disclaimer: I ate these eggnog cookies for breakfast for two days in a row. All kidding aside, I really did. These cookies were so moist and delicious with my morning coffee that I just couldn’t resist. And, let’s be honest, eggnog dessert recipes are so stinkin’ good anyways.

From: CouponCravings

13. Hot Chocolate Cookie Cups

Hot Chocolate Cookie Cups are festive Christmas cookies! Sugar cookie cups filled with fudge, mini marshmallows & sprinkles. Love the candy cane handle!

From: ButterWithASideOfBread

14. Melted Snowman Chocolate Bark

Melted snowman chocolate bark – a super easy holiday dessert. Chocolate candy melts, Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, Red Hots and a few other easy ingredients are all you need! A great option for Christmas cookie swap parties or a perfect holiday gift!

From: PrincessPinkyGirl

15. Cranberry Christmas Cake

This Cranberry Christmas Cake is one of those recipes that is an instant favorite every single time someone new tastes it.

Tart cranberries, sweet buttery cake, and a fantastic texture all combined to basically beg me to eat another piece.

From: BarefeetInTheKitchen

16. Christmas Funfetti Cake Batter Truffles

Christmas-Funfetti-Cake-Batter-Truffles-from-Laurens-Latest

These are the cutest and tastiest little no-bake treats! Not only are they an absolute cinch to make, they can be made in 20-30 minutes without having to turn on the oven! You can make these well in advance if you know you’re going to be short on time and they last up to 2 weeks in the fridge. Oh, and did I mention they taste just like CAKE BATTER? Yeah, it’s seriously tasty stuff. Plus super festive. Love those red and green sprinkles!! My daughter tried to sneak into the fridge and steal these even! That’s saying something.

From: LaurensLatest

17. Peppermint Bark

An unbelievably easy, no-fuss, Christmas peppermint bark recipe.

From: SugarApro-n

18. Chocolate Raspberry Cake

This chocolate raspberry cake is really simple to put together, and the design on top is even easier. I whisked my mascarpone frosting for longer than usual until it started getting slightly clumpy and curdled.

I did this in an effort to achieve the look of powdered snow, and the result, I would say, was very successful. I also made sure to go easy on frosting the sides of this chocolate raspberry cake to appeal to the rustic, natural look of the cake.

From: MonPetitFour

19. Gingerbread Cake

THIS GINGERBREAD CAKE IS PERFECT FOR THE HOLIDAYS! A MOIST AND DELICIOUS GINGER CAKE WITH A TANGY CREAM CHEESE FROSTING.

From: LiveForCake

20. The Grinch Cookies

The Grinch is a mean one. He doesn’t like Christmas nor does he like cookies. And that is ENTIRELY OKAY. Because, that means more cookies for you and me! SCORE!

From: SimplisticallyLiving

21. Soft Batch Christmas Sprinkle Cookies

Soft Batch Christmas Sprinkle Cookies are a super easy holiday sugar cookie – no rolling the dough required! Packed with red and green sprinkles, perfect for the holidays! These sprinkle sugar cookies are the best, easiest, Christmas cookies around!

From: TheSalthyMarshmallow

22. Gingerbread Cheesecake Trifle

This Gingerbread Cheesecake Trifle is the perfect no bake, easy and festive holiday dessert! It has layers of thick gingerbread cookies, no bake gingerbread cheesecake, caramel and whipped cream. Perfect for a crowd and all those holiday parties!

From: LifeLoveAndSugar

23. Chex Mix Christmas Crack

There is nothing more delicious to me that a sweet and salty mix. It is my downfall on my diet. Bad news for those of you with the same downfall because this Chex Mix Christmas Crack is just as the name suggests – highly addictive and absolutely no good for your diet.

From: PrincessPinkyGirl

24. Christmas Vanilla Roll Cake

TIPS FOR PERFECT ROLL CAKES EVERY SINGLE TIME!

The secret to the creamy buttercream is to whip the butter first before adding the powder sugar to it and whip on medium speed for 2 minutes once all the sugar is incorporated. Doing so, you’ll have a light buttercream way better than the store-bought ones.

From: ATreatsAffair

25. Cake batter Chocolate Chip Cookies

These Cake Batter Chocolate Chip Cookies are a cross between delicious, soft-baked chocolate chip cookies and sprinkle filled funfetti cake!

From: Sally’sBakingAddiction

26. Snowy Chocolate Pinecones

Made with dry cereal and a peanut butter mixture, it’s part-healthy, part-sweet, and 100% fun. It’s a great edible craft for the kids to make this winter when the snow arrives and cabin fever sets in. No baking required—just mix and assemble.

From: HandmadeCharlotte

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