Tomorrow is the last day of November so that means the Holiday Season has begun. Time for joy and time for cheer. And time to figure out what to bake. Below are seven of my favorite holiday goodies I've made over the last few years. So here are some ideas to get you started with your holiday baking. Plus, you don't even have to use the oven for most of these! They are all pretty simple recipes that won't take all afternoon to make. That gives you more time to hang out with family and friends, wrap gift, shop, you get the hint....
|These Cake Batter Truffles hit the spot at Christmastime. They are sweet and festive looking, too. Don't forget to share!|
|Get your candy canes ready and melt some chocolate because there's pretzels to dip! These Chocolate Covered Pretzels with Candy Cane Pieces are a Christmas treat you've gotta make!|
|Melt some more chocolate because these Chocolate Dipped Clementines with Sea Salt are a light and fresh holiday treat!|
|Chocolate Walnut Fudge has always been one of my favorite goodies to make at Christmas. They are pretty simple to make and they last several weeks in the fridge. They are also perfect for sharing and bringing to holiday gatherings. The sea salt is a tasty addition to the chocolate and walnuts.|
|Homemade Ice Cream can be a wonderful and delicious thing to make, especially for Christmas with peppermint mix-ins. I made this ice cream last year and I added Trader Joe's Peppermint Waffle Cookies. See how I made it here.|
|Peanut Brittle is a classic holiday goodie. If you've never made it, its pretty easy and this recipe uses the microwave. Peanut Brittle is always a nice addition to any cookie plate.|
|These Rolo Turtles are really easy to make and they're oh so good. Make some and treat yourself or share with your friends. They'll love them, too!|