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Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Ten Show Stopping Holiday Treats




Every year, during the Christmas season, I make what most would call cookie trays. Only I add everything from fudge, to this years Gingerbread Cheesecake Bites! They are festive and looked forward to from friends and family. In fact, they inquire when they'll be arriving ...lol. This list is what will be on my treat trays this year, 10 Show Stopping Treats! 














This Oreo Fudge from Buns In My Oven is an easy fudge recipe with no thermometer needed and is loaded with Oreo cookies!




















are already easy but can be made ahead and have on hand in the freezer. YUM!















These Viennese Butter Cookies from Food 'n Service are super easy to make, plus it only has 3 ingredients…so you CAN’T go wrong!











These Candy Cane Kiss Dipped Oreos from Slick Housewives are so easy to make and a great way to get your kids involved in the kitchen cooking!

























You’re going to love this Easy Christmas Peppermint Patties recipe from Moms On Timeout!  Super easy to make, fantastically festive, and always a hit with kids and adults alike. These holiday treats are the perfect addition to cookie trays and make an excellent gift for teachers and friends!










Rolo Stuffed Ritz Crackers from Spicy Southern Kitchen are the ultimate sweet and salty treat. Smooth milk chocolate on the outside covering 2 crispy, buttery crackers with the gooey caramel of a rolo sandwiched in between. You will have a hard time eating just one.










These Oreo Pop Christmas treats from Mommy Savers look adorable at your holiday parties, and no baking is involved!  The snowman is made out of an Oreo made entirely white with vanilla candy coating.  Plus, kids will love helping add the eyes,  mouth and and nose. I used cake pop sticks for my treats, but you could make them without those.





















Soft, slightly chewy, pillowy little puffs of goodness are these Soft and Chewy Cinnamon Chip Snickerdoodle Cookies, from Averie Cooks, that I can’t stay away from.  They’re buttery with a light cinnamon-sugar coating. Not too heavy, just classic snickerdoodle.  



















The bright red color of these Red Velvet Snowflake Cookies from Created By Diane is just perfect for this time of year and since these cookies are already red, there isn't a need for the whole cookie to be iced in a solid color. 


















I just love Peppermint this time of year – it is the taste of the season! And these Peppermint Kiss Cookies from Saving Cents With Sense are a perfect way to celebrate the holidays after putting up the tree, looking at Christmas lights, or at a holiday party. They are so festive, you can put them on a plate or in a tin to give to friends, neighbors or family. Just make sure you make enough – these are irresistible!









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