It’s the holiday season! And what better way to get into the festive spirit than by cooking some adorably cute Christmas treats.
If you’ve got some good baking skills, then definitely whip up these reindeer profiteroles from Good Housekeeping for your Christmas party dessert. They even have little antlers…
Need something a little simpler? These white chocolate truffles from Country Living would be perfect for gifting to friends and family this Christmas. Or you could keep them all to yourself and eat them while watching Christmas films.
These animal doughnuts from Cupcake Jemma are super cute. You could make them all adorable arctic foxes or create a variety of festive friends.
A very simple recipe that involves everyone’s favourite snack; Pocky! These Christmas trees by Cutefetti use only 4 ingredients and you can decorate them in any way you like.
Maybe I’ll try and make macarons this festive season, because these reindeer and gingerbread macarons from SugarBean are too irresistible. On screen captions are in both English and Korean and the process is filmed in a very detailed way, so it should be easy to follow along.
If you want a cookie recipe for Father Christmas that’s specifically vegan or gluten-free, then these chocolate peppermint cookies from Minimalist Baker are the ones to try. They even incorporate candy canes. How Christmassy is that?!
If you can get hold of the Hello Kitty moulds at Michaels (US) then definitely give these hot cocoa bombs a try. If not, then you can always try a different shape mould instead! These would make perfect homemade gifts too.
Need some Christmas cupcake decorating inspiration? Then check out my Christmas cupcakes post from last year.
Emma is an English teacher who travels a lot. Adventuring around the world is her passion, with Japan being one of her favourite destinations. She loves baking, photography, sweet treats, and all things Disney. If Emma was a Pokémon, she’d definitely be a Pikachu.