HOLIDAY RECIPES: DessertNovember 15, 2020
Impress your guests with this rum-soaked, retro classic that is indulgent and full of flavor.
These baked apples are perfect for a cold weather get-together. The natural flavors of this seasonal fruit are enhanced by the sweet and spiced ingredients as they blend together in the oven. Typically served as dessert, they are also delicious served with brunch.
A cookie incarnation of the quintessential Thanksgiving dessert. The candied pecan topping is pure goodness and they go perfectly with a scoop of ice cream.
This easy Apple Blackberry Crumble is a great way to satisfy your sweet tooth while also enjoying seasonal fruits. It combines juicy blackberries and tart apples under a buttery, crumble topping. A delicious autumn dessert that looks great on a holiday table.
From An Entertaining Story by India Hicks
A Veneziana is a Milanese treat often served on the Christmas table. Its domed shape always makes a good impression, and the sweet almond topping and confectioners sugar look like a dusting of snow. This mini version is particularly fun to serve, as everyone loves having their own individual dessert.
Fondant au Chocolat is dessert that can be considered the French version of Molten Lava cake. Serve this chocolate cake (and its gooey chocolate inside) with an assortment of seasonal berries to create a visual contrast between the colorful berries and the rich chocolate.
Your favorite holiday confection in cookie form. The way the cool peppermint dough hugs the gooey chocolate while the candy cane bits melt in your mouth is like waking up on Christmas morning.
Classic tiramisù is always a crowd-pleaser. The mascarpone custard layered with whipped cream and rum and coffee soaked ladyfingers looks as good as it tastes, making it is perfect for special events.
A rich vegan carrot cake with a wholesome flavor and just the right amount of spices. Perfect for celebrations, it is unbelievably soft, moist, and completely delicious!
From Vegan Christmas
If you’re a coffee fan, you’ ll love these little custards, which make the perfect finale after a main course. This recipe calls for decaf coffee but swap in regular to keep the party going!
A staple in most Mediterranean kitchens, this light cake can be served dressed-up for dessert or as-is with brunch. Because olive oil is liquid at room temperature, it lends superior moisture over time.