Today’s roundup is very important. It’s about holiday desserts. We’re talking cookies, cakes, brownies, and truffles—all the good stuff. If you’re doing some holiday baking this weekend, check out our favorite (easy) recipes below.
Have you ever made slice and bake cookies? The idea of popping a few cookies in the oven whenever the mood strikes is … the best.
This no-bake cookie recipe is made with almonds instead of oats. You won’t even notice because they are so good.
Since no-bake options are the best thing ever, here’s another recipe—for chocolate silk pie.
Red velvet swirl cake with cream cheese frosting? We’ll take TWO pieces. 🙂
If you’re a red velvet fan, you have to make these cookies, too.
The easiest fudge recipe … ever. Rich, chocolate goodness with only three ingredients.
We won’t blame you if you eat this giant cookie straight from the skillet. ‘Tis the season!
We still can’t get over how cuuute these s’mores pop tarts are. This recipe also falls under “the easiest ever” category.
A homemade peppermint marshmallow inside a cup of hot chocolate sounds like the perfect cold weather treat.
If you’re a coffee lover, check out this recipe for espresso marshmallows.
Thumbprint cookies are fun to make, don’t you think? You can add any filling to these, but we opted for homemade raspberry jam. Heart eyyyyes.
If you’re looking for a healthier dessert, baked apple granola will still satisfy your sweet tooth.
Give us all the warm cinnamon rolls on Christmas morning, please. We added a few secret ingredients to give these a little crunch.
Remember when we did a roundup of our favorite brownies on the internet? We take brownies very seriously! Ha. But, if you feel the same, you should make a batch from our list.
There’s so much to love about chocolate chip zucchini bread.
The only thing that will make chocolate Oreo truffles better? Crushed candy canes and sprinkles.
We also love this recipe for cheesecake truffles!
We found a way to make apple pie without all the work, but still all the flavor. Yummm.
Gluten-free cocoa nib muffins. Dessert for breakfast is totally OK in this instance.
Make some (sweet) holiday memories this weekend! xo. The ABM Team