December 14, 2018 / Food & Drink
One of the best parts of the holiday season is all the tasty treats you get to indulge in! Here are some easy treats you can make for your next holiday gathering.
Fudge is a treat that dates back to the late 1800s and hasn’t lost it status as a family favorite during the holidays. It’s simple recipe allows for different flavors and textures to be added in, creating a myriad of possibilities!
Start with sweetened condensed milk, then add in chocolate chips, salt and vanilla until it’s melted and thick. Let it sit in the fridge for a few hours and you have yourself a delicious treat!
Here is an easy recipe to follow. And don’t forget to get creative!
The holidays wouldn’t be complete without some good old fashioned sugar cookies. Many of us have childhood memories of rolling, cutting, and decorating fun shapes every holiday season. This easy recipe only calls for 7 ingredients, not including your imagination!
Here is an easy basic recipe to follow that can be cut into whatever holiday shape you want! Perfect for decorating and spending time with family and friends, these tasty treats are a great addition to any party.
For the more ambitious of those out there, building a gingerbread house is the perfect challenge. You have to be sure to mix and bake the gingerbread perfectly before assembling, frosting and decorating it, all while making sure it doesn’t fall over.
Follow this recipe to bake your gingerbread, then assemble one or multiple houses for a decorating contest among family and friends!
Peppermint is a flavor that everyone automatically associates with the holiday season, and you find it everywhere! In hot chocolate, candy, cakes, and even cookies. One of the most popular treats, however, is when it is paired with chocolate creating peppermint bark, and this tasty treat is very easy to make! Add it to a bit of melted chocolate, let it harden and you have yourself a tasty treat that everyone will love!
Here is a simple recipe to guide you through it.
Tags: holidays, local flavors, seasonal