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Today I am linking up to day 2# of the Wives of Faith Blogging Tour for military wives! The topic is actually: “Your Favorite Delicious Christmas Desserts–With Recipe,” but I don’t really have a favorite so these are some recipes I have saved on Pinterest that I would absolutely love to try if I had time. Sadly, I won’t be able to try them this year because I am leaving to travel to see family in a week. BUT that doesn’t mean YOU can’t try them!! So without further ado here are my favorites…
The cool thing about this recipe is that it is totally easy! I can look at the picture and tell how to make it just from that. My kind of recipe! This would also be a good recipe to put in a little bag and give out to neighbors and friends for Christmas. I mean there is so much you could do with this!!
Christmas Tree Brownies
Again, this recipe is kind of self-explanatory by the picture. I love that it combines several different things : brownies, candy canes, and frosting. Talk about sugar high! I think this is one most kids would love. Also, these brownies are by Betty Crocker, can’t beat that!
Chocolate Dipped Candy Canes
Can we say YUM?? I am not a huge fan of peppermint, but these look amazing and so much fun! Definitely a fun gift to wrap up individually and give away or stick in a stocking!
Christmas Sugar Cookies
This is a cool variation for your regular, every day sugar cookies. I am sure there are a lot of things you could do here with the red and green colors. From sugar to sprinkles to frosting! Who doesn’t like sugar cookies?
Christmas Turtle Treats
This is another great recipe that is super easy. It is very similar to the first one I posted. I was thinking it would also be cool to put almonds on top instead of walnuts. What do you think?
Peanut Butter Balls
Now this… this is a dessert! This is one of those desserts where you keep popping them in your mouth and soon lose count, at least I know that’s what would happen to me! I made something similar as a kid with my mom. I would definitely love to try this variation sometime too.
I would love to hear your thoughts about the recipes, how you made them and how they turned out!
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