Hey blessed brilliant beauty! Are you ready for another #blogmasweekend post? I am!!! So, in this post, I will be posting four holiday recipe ideas for this holiday season! When I was younger, I LOVED baking! When I got to college, I didn’t really have the space (or let’s be honest…the time) to bake a lot! So I thought I would share some holiday recipes that were college apartment approved! Since I do have a nut allergy, all of these recipes I found are nut free! Keep scrolling to see some super cute holiday recipes! If you have any holiday dessert recipes that you love, let me know in the comments! I would love to try them!
Who doesn’t love a classic gingerbread cookie! This year, instead of doing my usualy store bought dough cookies, yes the ones with the little Christmas trees on them that tast like magical yumminess, I want to try baking my own cookies from scratch! This is definetly probably going to be one of my first holiday treats I make! I found this recipe from Life Made Simple if you wanna bake your own too!
Christmas Tree Brownies
Photo: One Little Project
Remember those Little Debbie Christmas Tree Brownies we use to get at snack time during the holidays at school? While on Pinterest (yes, I am on Pinterest a lot), I found these Christmas Tree Brownies are from One Little Project! If you are a beginner to baking, I would try these first! Thye look super easy and super delicious. Also, how cute would these be at a holiday party?!
Chocolate Caramel Pretzel Bites
Photo: Crunchy Creamy Sweet
Yum! Two of my absolute favorite things–chocolate and caramel. This recipe by Crunchy Creamy Sweet looks so delcious and easy to make! You only need chocolate, caramel, pretzels, and fun Christmas sprinkles! This is probalby going to be a staple during my holiday break when my whole family gets together to watch the football games on TV! Super excited to try them!
Christmas Oreo Balls
Photo: The First Year Blog
I can literally taste these melting in my mouth! When I was younger, I remember always wanting to try cake pops because they just looked so pretty! However, I never had the proper tools to make them the way I wanted. NOWWWWWWW I can make the cake pop without the pop…well, sorta. This recipe looks so delcious for all you oreo lovers! If you like the consistency of cake pops, you are defintly going to love this recipe from The First Year Blog!
If you blessed brilliant beauties loved these recipes, check out more on my Pinterest! I hope you enjoyed the third post of my #blogmasweekend! Stay tuned for the next post. If you love reading Blessed Brilliant Beautiful, please let me know by subscribing below with your email so you never miss a post! Follow the blog on Insta @blessedbrilliantbeautiful to pick the “blog of the week!” Don’t miss tonight’s oppurtunity to win $25 gift cards to Francesca’s and Forever 21. (Ends tonight 10/9 at 8:30 PM EST)
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