Sweet treat wanted

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When the mercury dips, there's nothing quite like the hygge lifestyle. You know, slipping into some extra flannel pajamasputting a sweet treat in the oven, burning a seasonal candleand settling in for a holiday movie. But as good as that freshly baked cookie or apple tart sounds, lazy nights call for one thing and one thing only: an easy winter dessert.

Who wants to spend the whole night in the kitchen when you can be relaxing? The good news: Whether you swoon over shortcake or go nuts for a warm pecan pie, there are plenty of comforting baked goods that require just a few ingredients and minimal effort, so you can spend more time with your feet up. Don't worry, though: If you find a favorite, chances are it can still be your go-to when entertaining a crowd at a Christmas gathering or any other get-together. Though simple, there's something gourmet about these winter dessert recipes, making them perfectly suited for both a night in and a fabulous dinner party.

We've even included a few "healthy" options. So what are you waiting for? An insanely fudgy cake you can make in less than five minutes every night if you wanted to? Now that sounds like a simple treat. Get the recipe. Red, green, and white sprinkles make this skillet cookie perfect for a Christmas party, but you can sub in any color you'd like for Hanukkah, a birthday, or any other winter celebration.

DIY marshmallows make excellent toppings for everything from sundaes to hot cocoa. And they're easily adaptable, too. Add some peppermint extract or cut them into fun shapes mini gingerbread people, perhaps? Though lemon may not seem like a winter dessert, citrus is at its prime during this time of the year. These chewy cookies let that tart fruit shine. Popcorn studded with marshmallows and mini graham crackers. Good luck having just one handful.

But who's counting anyway? Looking for that great gingerbread flavor, but don't want the fuss of rolling and cutting out cookies? Try this easy cake—each slice is full of the same warm flavors. Oven occupied? Turn to this no-bake treat. Though extremely easy, the recipe yields an elegant dessert fit for a dinner party. Though perfect for Valentine's Day, this Nutella-filled pull-apart bread will be a welcome after dinner snack on any winter night. This larger-than-life cinnamon roll brings everyone's favorite morning treat to the dessert table.

Put a spin on an Italian favorite with another cultural favorite—matcha—that lends a fun green hue. Like your favorite winter beverage, but in cookie form. These treats are soft, chewy and topped with ooey gooey marshmallows and chocolate shavings.

Sweet treat wanted

Get your fill of warm winter spices with a rich, creamy pumpkin custard topped with an irresistible cookie crumble. Aptly named cookies studded with pecans and chocolate chips, then rolled in plenty of powdered sugar. Serving a crowd? Don't stress about dessert—simply throw a bunch of apples into the slow cooker with warm spices, then top each serving with a heaping scoop of vanilla ice cream.

A fudgy dessert studded with a seasonal favorite—peppermint—that's so easy you can make it in the microwave. A mashup that's almost impossible to resist: creamy pumpkin cheesecake and fudgy chocolate brownies. Love a rich dessert? Try a silky mousse-filled pie topped with whipped cream and plenty of chocolate shavings.

Let's be honest: Who can resist a scoop or two of cookie dough? Luckily, this version is perfectly safe to dig into.

Sweet treat wanted

Swap the ice cream version for a warm skillet ripe for dipping. It's the perfect winter dessert for a crowd of kids and kids at heart. If you're not afraid of frying, there's nothing quite as satisfying as biting into a chocolate cookie surrounded by a pillowy dough. Consider this warm, soft peanut butter-filled cookie the ultimate companion for your next Netflix binge. Warm baked apples are teeming with a brown butter cinnamon streusel topping that's hard to resist in this quick dessert.

If you're hosting a dinner party, make quick work of dessert by assembling single-serve treats, like these Oreo-filled cheesecakes. Need an elegant winter dessert for a dinner party? Poach pears in a sweet vanilla cinnamon liquid, then bake each one in a flaky puff pastry crust. A versatile chocolate sugar cookie that can be rolled and coated in sugar or cut into shapes for decorating. Your Best Life. Type keyword s to search. A Couple Cooks. The Ultimate Mug Cake. The Beach House Kitchen.

Sweet treat wanted

Holiday Funfetti Sugar Cookie Skillet. Averie Cooks. Homemade Marshmallows. Snixy Kitchen. Chewy Gluten-Free Lemon Cookies. The Merry Thought. S'mores Popcorn. Two Peas and Their Pod. Gingerbread Bundt Cake. No-Bake Pumpkin Cheesecake. It's Always Autumn. Raspberry Nutella Puff Pasty Heart. Swiss Roll Cake.

A fabulous winter dessert that's surprisingly easy to make, but perfect for a crowd. The Baker Mama. Family-Size Skillet Cinnamon Roll. The Little Epicurean. Matcha Tiramisu. Hot Cocoa Cookies. Pumpkin Custards With Gingersnap Crumble. Dinner at the Zoo. Snowball Cookies. Suburban Simplicity. Crockpot Apples With Cinnamon. Easy Peppermint Bark Fudge.

Home Cooking Memories. Pumpkin Cheesecake Brownies. Chocolate Mousse Pie. Amy's Healthy Baking. Cranberry Orange Banana Bread. Give banana bread a seasonal spin with winter fruits, like cranberry and citrus. De Eat Repeat. Chocolate Bottomed Mint Creme Cookies. These tasty cookies rely on store-bought items, like Ritz crackers, to speed up prep time. Edible Cookie Dough.

Sweet treat wanted

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