Christmas morning are exciting as they are, but when this healthy and wonderful gingerbread crumble is the first thing you eat in the morning, your day will be for sure fantastic.
A rather fancy treat that is just as easy to make. This Black Forest Trifle is impressive enough for any Christmas party.
19. Buttercrunch Toffee (nut-free)
Buttercrunch toffee can not be left off the Christmas treats list either. Every bite of this hearty snack is a happy moment.
Another absolutely excellent way to use gingerbread spices. Perfectly healthy, but incredibly creamy and satisfying.
Incredibly easy to make and can be eaten through winter. Because you shouldn’t limit yourself to Christmas when it comes to yummy cinnamon desserts.
Do winter desserts get any cleaner and healthier than this recipe? We don’t think so. Eat it for breakfast, snack or after the family Christmas dinner.
Full of amazing healthy nuts and delicious dried fruits, these dark chocolate fruit bites are a diverse and evergreen treat.
24. Chai Plum Cake
Plums are an amazing fruit and they deserve a lot of love. This chai cake is a great way to incorporate them into a dessert.
We bet you didn’t think about making a shortbread into a pie. Well, this recipe is so good you will never look at shortbread the same way.
If cinnamon rolls need one thing to make them even better, it’s definitely pumpkin.
So indulgent, so delectable, these 3-layered chocolate tarts will impress everyone.
Every Christmas dinner table has to have a fruit cake. If you have been searching for recipes, search no more. This super tasty cake has you covered.
We can’t handle how cute and creative these brownie trees are. Edible, pretty and festive.
These edible coconut snowballs hide their prettiest and most tasty feat. The creamy, mellow and red velvet inner side.
31. Yule Log – Buche de Noel
Yule logs are a tradition in a lot of families, but have you ever seen such a beautiful and creative buche de noel? This one is definitely the prettiest Christmas dessert ever.