Candy Cane Dessert Cups
— This dessert is made by layering crisp sugar cookies with a sweetened peppermint whipped cream. After refrigeration, the cookies soften, resulting in a cakelike texture.
Candy Cane Whoopie Pies
— Typically an Amish dessert, and not really a pie. Mostly like cupcake tops that are sandwiched with a filling. These are extremely moist. Kids will love these and so will the parents at a holiday event.
Christmas Plum Pudding with Brandied Cider Sauce — Although often confused with fruitcake, this classic Christmas dessert tastes more like a rich, dense spice cake. This version uses butter instead of the traditional suet and can be made with your choice of candied fruit, currants, or raisins.
Christmas Porridge (Julgrot) — Christmas rice porridge is a part of the traditional Swedish Christmas Eve supper. According to tradition and practiced in many homes both in Sweden and America each person must compose and recite a rhyme before touching the porridge and the one who gets the almond hidden in the porridge will marry during the coming year.
— Eggnog Tiramisu is inspired by the traditional Italian dessert and has a great flavor combination of eggnog, coffee and chocolate. Assembles easily and is perfect for your holiday dessert table.
— This eggnog trifle is layer after festive layer of creamy deliciousness — occasionally punctuated by halved strawberries and toasted almonds.