Santa Hat Brownies
These adorable little dessert bites are a perfect combination of chocolate and fruit. Make or buy brownies and cut out small circles. Top with a delicious mascarpone buttercream frosting and stick a hulled strawberry on top. Add a dab of icing on the top of the strawberry to complete the look.
Almond Sherry Christmas Trifle
This adult dessert has some amazing flavors. It’s best made a few days ahead of serving so that the flavors can really mingle. Just don’t add the whipped cream and pralines or else it will get too soggy. You can make this recipe child friendly by skipping the sherry.
Rice Krispie Snowballs
These adorable balls looks like cake pops but are even easier to make. The balls are made from rice krispies, but it’s got some surprise ingredients. Crushed candy canes and white chocolate are incorporated into the balls, giving a big punch of flavor with each bite. Use miniature candy canes to give the balls a cute handle. These are the perfect bite after a big dinner.
Apricot And Hazelnut Mince Pies
These mince pies are a play on the traditional Christmas dessert. Firstly, they’re made gluten free! You can be confident serving this delicious recipe to all your guests. The mince filling also has some surprises. They’re flavored with a refreshing blend of apricots, figs, hazelnuts, and banana.
Hot Chocolate Stir Sticks
After a huge meal, sometimes you can’t possibly think of dessert. In these occasions, a cup of tea or coffee is more than welcome. Change it up this Christmas with a cup of hot chocolate. Serve these adorable stir sticks are made from candy cane sticks with a marshmallow base. Use white chocolate to stick everything together.