Sweet Recipes for the Winter Holidays

hollyI like making a few Christmas goodies to eat and have published some seasonal celebration recipes in this blog.  Every year I try some new recipes friends recommend and I’m rarely disappointed with the results.

This year I have been busy making some new goodies and when I have the time to I will share the new recipes I tried with you.  Until then here’s a quick list of recipes you might like to try yourself.

Holiday recipes:
Grandma’s Peanut Brittle and Fudge
Blackberry Bars and Chewy Bars
Mocha Shortbread Cookies
Holiday Eggnog and Eggnog Truffles
Three Cranberry Coffee Cake Recipes
Cranberry and White Chocolate Cookies
Fleur de sel carameles recipe

17 thoughts on “Sweet Recipes for the Winter Holidays

  1. You have my attention with the fudge and flor de sal de carameles (yes, I’m using the Spanish spelling and terms) recipes. I do have a candy thermometer because I canned jelly earlier this year and set aside some juice to do more.

  2. Those cranberry and white chocolate cookies sound scrumptious. I’d never thought to put the two together put it makes total sense. YUM! I hope you had a great holiday, TT>

    • They are yummy, Janene, but shortbread is at the top of my favorite list. I hope you had a wonderful holiday and will also have a fabulous 2013.

  3. One day, TiTi, when I can afford to get a new inbuilt oven (mine’s useless for most things) I’ll be able to make these delicious recipes and more! Thanks for them. :)

    • Hi Jean,
      Thanks for the well wishes. We are catching up with friends we haven’t seen for a year and that’s elevating my spirits. I love blackberries. :)

  4. I skipped the cookies, but made a couple of old favorites this year that I haven’t made in years. Pumpkin Pecan Torte, and Rice Pudding Pear Tart. I look forward to seeing your Mocha Shortbread recipe. :)

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