Christmas without gingerbread? No way! Flavor them fully with gingerbread spice mix and vanilla, but really, you can use any spices of your choosing. In this case, you wouldn’t miss cinnamon, nutmeg, or star anise, would you? For this amount of dough, you’ll most certainly need to prepare your cookies in batches. It’s going to be a party after all!
25 minutes at most! This is how much time you need to prepare this stylish Christmas dessert in a glass. Technically these are mini no-bake cakes served in parfait glasses or what have you. Fill those glasses with buttery creamy Oreo mixture flavored with peppermint extract and enhanced with white chocolate and whipped cream. Regarding the garnishing, let your creativity run wild. Melted chocolate, stick candies, more cookies, sprinkles … This kind of stuff.
Come and try these vegetarian and healthy bites that look like mini-burgers. That’s just about it in terms of similarities with the classic burger. Ours have a creamy red bean mixture between two crispy grilled slices of sweet potato. And the play between salty and mildly sweet ingredients makes them so tasty.
You may not have tried Hungarian cuisine before but know that it is very famous in Europe. Its strong, spicy, and flavorful food is some of the best you will ever try. And their desserts are fabulous. Baigli is a traditional Hungarian roulade with poppy seeds or walnuts as the main filling. We think it is the perfect treat for you guys this Christmas!
What about a protein-rich and extra-meaty casserole for the holiday season? Just pan-cook lean rabbit meat with decadent pork fat and flavor them with onion, garlic, and olive oil. And because almost everything cooked with bacon gets even better, let’s wrap the whole thing in bacon strips and bake it to perfection. Did you forget the crunchy pistachios? Don’t!
Kwanzaa is a week-long celebration held in the US, that honors the African heritage in African-American culture. We’ve decided to honor it by presenting to you this delicious cake. The filling consists of apricot jam, and on the outside, the cake is glazed with chocolate pudding. Don’t forget the popcorn, corn nuts, and pumpkin seeds that add the right amount of crunch!
Behold this Christmas sweet treat option! The ingredient list for these soft gingerbread cookie bars is not very different from the one for the classic gingerbread. In the fine tradition of Christmas, spice the dough heavily with ginger, cinnamon, and nutmeg. As for the creamy icing, flavor it with vanilla.
It’s incredible how well almonds and chocolate get along together. Don’t you think? If you do, use almond flour to enhance your dough and almond flakes with dark chocolate for the filling. Flavor and spike the whole thing with cardamom, orange zest, ginger, chili, cinnamon, and nutmeg. Easily turn the roll into swirls by slicing it. And it’s all baking from there.