Christmas Sweets Bash

December is probably the season when we consume more sweets than usually. So lets have a Christmas Sweets Bash.  We enjoy baking filling the house with the aroma of fresh cookies, cinnamon and oranges. It’s the time of giving, so we spoil ourselves and those close and dear to us with with homemade goods or store bought sweets. Baking edible gifts are so much more precious, because we go the extra mile to make them and they are so much appreciated when received. That’s why I thought it would be easier for you to find and choose a recipe. So here it is, my Christmas Sweets Bash starnicecake

Polish Gingerbread Cookies with homemade Gingerbread Spices 

Traditional Polish gingerbread flavored with homemade gingerbread spices, They ate soft and chewy and so much fun to make.

Chocolate Sugar Cookies 

These cookies are full of chocolate flavor. They require some time and patience, but the dough keeps it’s shape perfectly.

Cranberries Cashew Oatmeal Cookies 

If you want some easy crunchy cookies packed with flavor, these cookies are perfect.

Carrot Cake Cupcakes 

Carrot cake cupcakes are my favorite. Not overly sweet as a typical cupcakes, but so delicious with that cream cheese frosting and moist cake.

Orange Almond Cookies 

I’ve already mentioned a few times these cookies. They are the easiest to prepare and just slice and bake. Ready in minutes! And that orange flavor is such a treat. The white chocolate is optional if you want to be extra with cookies.

Chocolatey Fudgy Brownies

If you love brownies as much as do, this recipe is seriously the best and gives the fudgiest most chocolaty brownie. Top it with more Christmas sweets ( like a peppermint cane ) if you want or just leave it simple.

Saffron Cranberries Muffins

If you want a 3-in-1 delicious muffins, these are it. Perfect for breakfast, a snack or a scrumptious afternoon tea. Fluffy muffins with a wonderful unique saffron flavor.

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