Easy Christmas Dessert Recipes, Christmas Cookies, Brownies, and more! Make these Simple Dessert Recipes for Christmas and spend less time in the kitchen!
If you love Christmas cookies, candy, and desserts you’ve come to the right place. I have found some Easy Christmas Dessert Recipes you can make that won’t take a lot of time away from family, but will still be the center of attention!
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12 Simple Dessert Ideas for Christmas
1.) Easy Christmas Peppermint Bark from Flour on my Face
This peppermint bark is so easy to make with just almond bark, M&Ms, candy canes, red & white candy melts and shortening! Plus, you don’t have to bake it! It also looks really cute and festive in a Christmas Gift Box to give to neighbors, teachers, and friends.
2.) Strawberry Santa Hat Brownie Bites from I Heart Naptime
Buy your favorite Mini Brownie Bites, top with frosting and add the strawberry on top! My daughter will LOVE these because she is a chocolate brownie and strawberry fan!
3.) Reindeer Marshmallow Pops from Freebie Finding Mom
Get the kids involved with this recipe for Reindeer Pops! Using candy sticks and large marshmallows, dip the marshmallow into melted chocolate. Lay the chocolate covered marshmallow on top of the mini pretzel twists and add the red nose. Follow the rest of Freebie Finding Mom’s steps for an easy no bake Christmas treat!
4.) Rice Krispies Christmas Wreaths from Family Food on the Table
Fun and festive these Rice Krispies treats are easy to make! You have to work quickly while making your wreaths and adding the cinnamon decorating dots so it might be good to make these with at least one more person! You may not have them around long since they’re so easy to grab and pop in your mouth!
5.) White Chocolate Haystacks from Passion For Savings
How about using the crockpot, now that’s what I like! Just pour chow mein noodles, peanuts, and peanut butter in the slow cooker and top with white chocolate. Cover and cook on low for an hour and a half. Once the chocolate is soft and melted everything can be stirred. Just spoon the mixture onto wax paper and top with candy sprinkles!
6.) Peppermint Brownie Christmas Trees from Kenarry Ideas for the Home
Make your favorite boxed brownie mix and cut the brownies into triangles. Then just make some frosting or buy some for an even easier dessert and pipe it onto the brownies to make the frosting look like garland. Top with your favorite holiday sprinkles!
7.) Peppermint Bark Oreos from The Chaos and the Clutter
Purchase Oreo cookies, white candy melts and crushed peppermint candy. Just melt the candy and dip half the Oreo in it and then top with the crushed peppermint.
8.) Rolo Pretzel Sandwiches from I Heart Naptime
These are my personal favorite! I love a mix of sweet & salty. I can hardly make these because I eat them ALL! Buy the small square pretzels, Rolos, white chocolate and holiday sprinkles. These take no time to make and the kids can even help!
9.) Raspberry Vanilla Jello Salad from Butter with a Side of Bread
With just 4 ingredients – Instant Vanilla Pudding, Vanilla Yogurt, Cool Whip and frozen Raspberries you can whip this dessert up in less than 5 minutes!
10.) Easy Red Velvet 3 Ingredient Cake Mix Cookies from Pink When
Eggs, Oil and a Red Velvet Cake Mix are all you need to make these beauties! Fill with Cool Whip or Frosting for a filled double cookie!
11.) Chocolate M&M Cakemix Cookie Recipe from Passion For Savings
With 1 box of chocolate fudge cake mix, oil, eggs and holiday M&M’s you can whip these cookies together in no time!
12.) Christmas Crack Toffee Recipe by I Heart Naptime
With a base of Saltine Crackers topped with butter and sugar and baked and topped off with melted chocolate and M&Ms this no bake dessert is hard to keep around for more than a few days!
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