Okay so we’ve tackled the Christmas Cookie situation. In fact, we’ve never been so prepared for cookie eating season. But seeing as how most of us will polish off those cookies well before the big day – let’s talk about Christmas Desserts!
I’m talking impressive desserts that are the icing on the cake to a Christmas Dinner. Something beautiful, festive, delicious and something that will leave a lasting memory in your fams minds! Let’s make it special this year since a lot of us won’t be traveling back home to see the extended fam. Here are my all time fav Christmas Desserts:
Puff Pastry Apple Galette – truly a show stopper! This is one of my favs and don’t forget the vanilla ice cream.
Mom’s Famous Apple Crisp – if you told me I could only have 1 dessert for the rest of my life – this would be it!
Pumpkin Cheesecake with Marshmallow Meringue – and pro tip, if you don’t have a kitchen torch, you can toast the meringue under the broiler but KEEP YOUR EYES on it so it doesnt burn.
S’more Pudding Pie – a chocolate lovers dream.
Mini Mason Jar Cheesecakes – strawberries might be hard to come by in parts of the world right now, but you can do the same topping with any of your fav fruit!
Salted Chocolate Tart with Potato Chip Crust – the crust is DELICATE, and can easily crumble but OMG it’s so major.
Death by Chocolate – another one for all my fellow chocolate lovers out there!
Triple Layer Pumpkin Cake – make this the day beforehand and then put a cake lid over it and leave it on the counter. As a rule of thumb, cake should alway be kept at room temp otherwise it dries out.
Molten Chocolate Truffle Cakes – omg truly decadent!! And a great way to use up any gifted truffles that came your way this year.