Recipe Types: Dessert
This is an easy and delicious sauce recipe. Don’t worry about the brandy, the alcohol is burned off. It’s just to give a little more ‘umph’ and flavor to the sauce. Use this over ice cream. Or, cool and use as a cake filling, topping for cheesecake, mixed with yogurt or use as a jam.
Day 12 of 12 Days of Christmas Recipes final recipe is from my grandmother and is the most amazing desert ever. Banana Split Dessert is what it says, it’s bananas with a creamy velvety goodness. I am dying now, I want some!
Day 11 of 12 Days of Christmas is better than a Reeses Peanut Butter cup. Perfect for a cookie exchange or gifts for your friends and neighbors. My sister makes these Peanut Butter Balls for our family every year and I cannot resist them when she brings them to our Christmas Eve dinner.
Day 9 of 12 Days of Christmas highlights a traditional Polish Nutroll recipe. Generally this is an Easter traditional sweet bread (Polish Easter Nutroll Recipe), but my mom would make these for the neighbors and friends every Christmas instead of cookies. If you are looking for a traditional Polish recipe, this is the one you want. So delicious.
Day 8 of 12 Days of Christmas is another delicious cookie recipe for your holidays. Nothing beats chocolate and peppermint with these Peppermint Chocolate Cookies. Simply scrumptious.
Day 6 of 12 Days of Christmas is just in time for you to make the most classic Christmas cookie, the rolled Christmas sugar cookie. This is not your sugar bomb cookie. Instead it’s a lightly sweet tender cookie that has been a staple in my family since before I was born.
On Day 5 of Dish Ditty’s 12 Days of Christmas Recipes, we bring you our Decadent Dark Chocolate Mousse Recipe made without raw eggs!
If you are like me, you are missing Starbucks’ Michigan Cherry Oat Bars. But fret no more, you can make them at home.