‘Tis the season for indulging in desserts that are guaranteed to satisfy even the grumpiest of Christmas Grinches. Whether it be an office party or a family get together, you will love this compilation of The Very Best Christmas Dessert Recipes. Christmas will be more festive than ever with the help of these sweet and decadent treats.
Melted Snowman Oreo Balls from The Girl Who Ate Everything are festive and a great addition to any holiday party. I guarantee they’ll be the first to go.
Peanut Butter Pretzel Reindeer Cookies from Thrifty Jinxy
DIY Peppermint Candy Bowls from Princess Pinky Girl make a super cute teacher gift, Christmas gift, decoration, etc!
Chocolate Covered Strawberry Christmas Trees from Lovely Little Kitchen …..so cute and easy to make!
The Absolute Best Sugar Cookies from In Katrina’s Kitchen – no chilling the dough, cookies keep their shape when baked, soft and flavorful, perfect for decorating.
Homemade Christmas Caramels from Garnish & Glaze – soft buttery goodness that melts in your mouth! The PERFECT Holiday Gift!
3-Ingredient Christmas Candies from Chelsea’s Messy Apron – perfect for giving to neighbors, bringing into work, taking to a party, or enjoying with your family!
Soft and Chewy Gingerbread Cookies from A Crafty Spoonful – a delicious alternative to the crispy kind!
Reindeer Oreo Cookie Balls from Chelsea’s Messy Apron
Chocolate Vanilla Christmas Bark from The Taylor House – great for filling up cookie trays or even giving a tin full of bark to neighbors or friends as gifts. It’s a great little Holiday goodie.
Candy Cane Snowmen from Baby Gizmo
Cranberry Christmas Cake from Barefeet in the Kitchen – tart cranberries, sweet buttery cake, and a fantastic texture all combined to basically beg me to eat another piece!
Chocolate Christmas Tree Cupcakes from Just a Taste – serves double duty as dessert and tabletop décor.
Magic Christmas Bars from Chocolate, Chocolate and More – also known as Seven Layer bars all dressed up for the Holidays.
Christmas Sugar Cookies from The Slow Roasted Italian – slightly crispy on the edges and soft and chewy throughout with the fabulous flavors of vanilla and almond.
Christmas Tree Nutella Pie from Tastemade – the kind of Christmas tree that everyone will want to gather around.
Christmas Cranberry Pound Cake from OMG Chocolate Desserts – decadent pound cake with cranberries, white chocolate and cream cheese frosting!
Christmas Cheesecake from OMG Chocolate Desserts
Christmas Reindeer Crack from My Incredible Recipes
Candy Cane Cheese Danish from My Incredible Recipes
Creamy Eggnog Fudge from 12 Tomatoes – deliciously creamy, perfectly spiced, and light-as-air!
Mickey & Minnie Christmas Cookies from Living Locurto – these holiday treats are not only no-bake, but simple for both adults and kids to make.
No-Bake Eggnog Pie from Love Bakes Good Cakes – so good it will become a family favorite!
M&M Marshmallow Dream Bars from Mom on Timeout
Ugly Christmas Sweater Cake from Shugary Sweets
Puerto Rican Coconut Nog from The Noshery
Hot Chocolate Cookie Cups from Princess Pinky Girl – perfect for Christmas parties, cookie exchanges or just to put a smile on someone’s face!
Homemade Reese’s Peanut Butter Christmas Tree from OMG Chocolate Desserts
Ginger Cookies with Egg Nog Dip from Homemade Hooplah – soft ‘n chewy and the eggnog dip is creamy ‘n sweet – all with fewer calories!
Buckeye Ball from Dinner at the Zoo – classic peanut butter balls dipped in dark or white chocolate and coated with sprinkles. An easy no bake holiday dessert!
Christmas Peppermint Patties from Butter with a Side of Bread
Cranberry Fudge Swirl Cheesecake from Life Love and Sugar
Hot Chocolate Truffles from Your Cup of Cake
Christmas Tree Shortbread Cookies from Just a Taste
Chocolate Peppermint Crunch Cookies from Two Peas & Their Pod
No Bake Peppermint Cheesecake from Beyond Frosting
Candy Cane Cups from Sugar Hero
Christmas Cake Roll from Crazy for Crust
Leg Lamp Cookies from Delish
Gingerbread Truffles from Butter with a Side of Bread – not only delicious, but they are the perfect size to give as gifts for the holidays!
We hope you enjoyed our Roundup of The Very Best Christmas Dessert Recipes. Here are some other recipes you may want to try: