7+ Easy Heavenly Holiday Treats Recipe

Consistently families get together and have a heating spectacle. What's more, I do mean a spectacle! I anticipate this consistently, going through either the day or week making these occasion staples. I normally wind up with A LOT of scraps enabling me to blessing them to relatives, companions, instructors, day care suppliers and our transport driver!

In the event that you're overpowered, I have assembled a decent blend of treats, some with just a couple of fixings you can prepare right away! I'm drilling down 14 treats that made the cut for the current year, in addition to a peppermint plate to show them on. Appreciate!

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1. Peanut Butter Balls

Recipe By Mom On Timeout
Full Recipe >> Peanut Butter@momontimeout.com

These are a favorite in our house! My husband could eat his weight in these and let’s not kid, so could I! I love these because they have an added crunch with the Rice Krispie cereal. Add that finishing touch with crushed up peanuts, sprinkles or drizzle of chocolate.

Head over to Mom On Timeout to get the recipe. These dry very quickly, so I highly recommend using a dipping tool, such as a fork or these handy assorted dipping tools.

2. Lemon Shortbread cookies

Recipe By An Italian In My Kitchen
Full Recipe >> anitalianinmykitchen.com

I once had a dear neighbor bring me a tin of lemon shortbread cookies after we moved into the neighborhood, and I’m pretty sure they didn’t even last a day! Can you tell I have a sweet tooth?

These are simple, quick and delicious and only a few ingredients! I love Rosemary’s blog because she shares authentic Italian recipes that not only look beautiful but sound delicious. It will make you wish you had a seat at her dinner table! Here is her recipe for these amazing cookies.

3. Chocolate Covered Peanut Butter Ritz Cookies

Recipe By Tastefully Eclectic
Full Recipe >> www.tastefullyeclectic.com

These are so, so simple! They taste amazing, and you can decorate them in a variety of ways to add some variation in color to that cookie tin!

Head over to Tastefully Eclectic for the recipe.

4. 5-Minute No Bake Chocolate Oatmeal cookies

Recipe By Sugar Apron 
Full Recipe >> sugarapron.com

These have been a classic for me growing up. They melt in your mouth and again SO easy! Can you see a theme here? I love easy, quick recipes.

My boys will devour these if I leave them within their grasp. Head over to Sugar Apron for the recipe.

5. Homemade Peanut Brittle

Recipe By Cincy Shopper
Full Recipe >> cincyshopper.com

A Christmas staple! These will add that special crunch of sweetness that will stand out from your typical cookie/fudge recipes.

If you are a fan of Old Fashioned candies, you will want to make this homemade peanut brittle from Cincy Shopper.

6. Chocolate Peanut Clusters

Recipe By Dinner At The Zoo
Full Recipe >> www.dinneratthezoo.com

Two ingredients, ya’ll! That’s it! Dry Roasted Peanuts and Chocolate bark and BAM! You have a quick and easy holiday treat!

You can also add some mini marshmallows, crushed up pretzels, chocolate chips, sprinkles or even toffee to spruce it up! Check out the recipe over at Dinner At The Zoo.

7. Salted Caramel Chocolate Fudge

Recipe By Chelsea’s Messy Apron
Full Recipe >> www.chelseasmessyapron.com

You can’t go wrong when it comes to fudge during the holiday season. It is an essential! This is one of my favorite fudge recipes. The best part? 5 ingredients and a microwave is all you need!

You can thank Chelsea from Chelsea’s Messy Apron for this recipe, because lets face it, we do not want to spend hours in the kitchen! These will surely impress! Check out the recipe.

8. Sugar Cookie Truffles

Recipe By I Heart Naptime
Full Recipe >> www.iheartnaptime.net

Only 4 ingredients, and you’ll have a sweet treat for the holidays!

Jamielyn delivers a delicious melt in your mouth recipe over at I Heart Naptime.

9. Chocolate Caramel Pretzel Bites

Recipe By Crunchy Creamy Sweet
Full Recipe >> www.crunchycreamysweet.com

This recipe is a great gift for the caramel and chocolate lovers in your life. They are so festive with the sprinkles! You won’t be able to keep these around for very long.

They are a crowd favorite over at Anna’s house. Get the recipe from Crunchy Creamy Sweet.

10. Peanut Butter Cup Pretzels

Recipe By The Gunny Sack
Full Recipe >> www.thegunnysack.com

During the holiday season, you can purchase a bag of holiday pretzels (stockings, trees, stars, bells) for an added festive look. These will look great in a cellophane bag that is perfect for quick gifting!

Check out the recipe from The Gunny Sack. Aren’t these cellophane bags fun for the holidays?

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