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If there’s one rule for a New Year’s Dessert it’s that it has to be decadent!
Article Image From: bon appetit
1. Frozen Nutella Mousse Chocolate Pie
This frozen nutella chocolate mousse pie has two layers. The bottom layer is a dense and rich chocolate cream and the top layer is a light and creamy nutella mousse.
From: Chelsea’s Messy Apron
2. Browned Butter Apple Bars
Browned Butter Apple Bars… There isn’t one itty bitty part of this delicious bar that you wouldn’t absolutely LOVE! From the SUGAR COOKIE CRUST to the SLICED APPLES on up to the BROWNED BUTTER TOPPING this, is apple bar magnificence!
From: Bunny’s Warm Oven
3. Chocolate-Tahini Linzer Cookies
Melt tahini with chocolate in whatever shade you please for a glossy bittersweet filling that will sandwich together rich cocoa shortbreads. As long as you have one large and one small cookie cutter, they don’t have to be the same shape. Feel free to mix and match diamonds, squares, and teardrops.
From: bon appetit
4. The Best Soft Snickerdoodles
These Easy Snickerdoodle Cookies are the perfect addition to your holiday baking! It’s the most simple recipe ever and requires NO chilling at all.
From: Savory Nothings
5. Brandy Alexander Pie
Guys, have you ever heard of a Brandy Alexander? It’s a classic and simple cocktail. Simply take 1 ounce brandy (or cognac), 1 ounce creme de cacao, and 1 ounce of heavy cream; shake with ice and pour into a coupé glass. Garnish the drink with freshly grated nutmeg and serve.
6. Southern Sweet Chocolate Pie
Enjoy a taste of the South with this luscious Southern Sweet Chocolate Pie. As a plus, this creamy deep-dish pie is topped with flaked coconut and crunchy pecans before baking.
From: Kraft Heinz
7. Cream Cheese Mints
These easy three-ingredient Cream Cheese Mints are the perfect compliment for any bridal or baby shower, wedding, or family gathering. The best part is that the only utensil needed is your hands. What are the three ingredients? Cream Cheese, Powdered Sugar and Peppermint Extract.
From: These Old Cookbooks
8. Kentucky Bourbon Balls
Every Kentucky host has his or her own take on the state’s traditional bourbon ball. Some are enrobed in chocolate; others pop a halved nut on top. We opt for a no-frills presentation that doubles down on boozy flavor by soaking the nuts in bourbon, in addition to the generous helping that goes into the dough itself.
From: Tasting Table
9. Poire Belle Helene Poached Pears
Poire Belle Hélène is an indulgent dessert, made of poached pears with dark chocolate sauce and vanilla ice cream.
From: What a Girl Eats
10. Easy New Year’s Eve Cookies
These New Year’s Eve cookies are a cake mix cookie (so easy to make) with lots of fun and sparkly, New Year’s Eve colored sprinkles mixed in. Think gold, silver, black and white. I may have a sprinkle problem, so I already had plenty of fun options in my sprinkle drawer (yup I have one of those).
From: Desert Chica
11. Vasilopita Greek New Year’s Cake
We love celebrating New Year’s Day with our Greek friends – a somewhat cosy affair which doubles as a belated Christmas celebration for the little ones but without the stress of Christmas Day itself. In the spirit of Greek family gatherings, there is always an abundance of deliciously-prepared food on offer, and always a Vasilopita – a Greek New Year’s Cake – to celebrate the first day of the year.
From: eat, little bird
12. Easy Ambrosia Fruit Salad
It’s my favorite kind of salad! Full of fruit and covered in cool whip, this Easy Ambrosia Fruit Salad is a must try!
13. Quick & Easy Fruit Pizza
Recently, I simplified my fruit pizza recipe. First, it dawned on me that I could try a pouch of grocery store sugar cookie dough for the crust. Nobody could tell the difference, including me! Win!
From: The Gingham Apron
14. Old Fashioned Double Chocolate Mocha Pudding
Of all of Grandma’s amazing desserts, somehow her puddings always pulled me in the most. When I was at her house, and she pulled the little banged up saucepan out and whisked cornstarch with cocoa powder, sugar, a pinch of salt (“because you always need a little salty with the sweet like life”), and poured in milk, I was at her elbow with a spoon ready to do my part and scrape the pan clean after she poured the hot pudding into bowls. When I was done, that pan was almost as clean as it had been when Grandma started.
From: Foodie with Family
15. Moist, Delicious Rum Cake
This is just the kind of cake I love. I’m not into making super fancy-shmancy-layered-with-lots-of-frosting-and-flowers kind of cakes. Partially because I am not very good at the frosting part and partially because adding all those details prolongs the time before I get to EAT the cake! Here’s how this cake works: out of the oven, out of the pan, poke some holes with a toothpick, drizzle the glaze, cut, eat! Minutes! It takes minutes to get to the deliciousness that is this rum cake!
From: White Plate Blank Slate
16. Boozy Hazelnut Chocolate Souffle
Made with delicious chocolate and hazelnut liqeuer, this elegant, French dessert may look like a lot of work, but you’ll be surprised to see just how incredibly easy it is to make!
17. Soufflé au Grand Marnier
Souffle au Grand Marnier is a light, fluffy, egg white dessert, spiked with Grand Marnier! It’s the perfect holiday dessert recipe.
From: What A Girl Eats
18. Chocolate Mousse
Delicate yet rich dessert that goes perfectly for any celebration. This Chocolate Mousse is made from scratch and it’s worth every second you put into it.
From: Will Cook for Smiles
19. Pretzel Linzer Cookies with Salted Caramel
If you have never baked with pretzels before, it’s time to remedy that immediately, and this recipe is the perfect way to get started. While I almost never eat pretzels on their own (soft pretzels withstanding), they add such depth of flavor to baked goods.
From: Every Day Annie
20. Salted Caramel Bittersweet Chocolate Tart
Back when I worked at Sur La Table, I was constantly bookmarking recipes from the classes I worked in. One of my (many) favorite desserts was a version of this tart. It was lacking what I think to be the best ingredient: homemade salted caramel sauce. If you’re like me and you love the combo of dark chocolate and caramel- you’ve got to make one of these babies ASAP!
From: Life Made Simple
21. Double Ginger Sticky Toffee Pudding
The gooey toffee sauce is both absorbed by the cake and served on the side. For a glossy, polished presentation, brush the still-warm cake with a clean pastry brush after it comes out of the pan, which will remove some of the excess syrup.
From: bon appetit
22. Peanut Butter Blossoms
These peanut butter blossoms are chewy sugar coated peanut butter cookies topped with a chocolate kiss. A classic cookie that’s perfect for the holidays, family gatherings or an after school snack.
From: Dinner at the Zoo
23. German Chocolate Caramel Brownies
These German Chocolate Caramel Brownies start with a cake mix but are some of the fudgiest brownies EVER! A sweet layer of caramel is the ultimate surprise inside these delicious and easy brownies!
From: Mom on Timeout
24. Irish Cream Creme Brulee
Even though creme brûlée is seen at many high-end restaurants, it is surprisingly simple and fast to make and requires only a small handful of ingredients. It can also be made ahead of time, so that always gets bonus points with me!
From: Joyful Jane
25. White Chocolate Fondue
This recipe for White Chocolate Fondue couldn’t be easier. It only has three ingredients and tastes like a dream! It’s fabulous with strawberries, cinnamon bears, pound cake, dried mango, oreos…and really, just about anything else.
From: Jamie Cooks it up
26. New Year’s Eve Almost Midnight Cookies
Almost midnight clock cookies on a stick are a classic New Year’s Eve party treat.
From: The Decorated Cookie
27. Black Forest Cake
Black forest cake is a traditional German torte originating from a bakery in the Black Forest. This recipe is a more chocolate-rich version of the original.
From: Goodie Godmother
28. Eggnog Spice Blonde Cheesecake
This Eggnog Spice Blondie Cheesecake is all your eggnog dreams come true. The blondie base is full of my favorite spices of the season – cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger and cloves. It is moist and chewy and wonderful. The no bake eggnog cheesecake on top is smooth, thick and creamy.
From: Life, Love and Sugar
29. Irish Cream Bundt Cake
I know there are cake mix nay-sayers out there. If you’re one of them, you seriously need to give this cake a chance. I’ve gotten so many positive comments about this Irish Cream Bundt Cake recipe over the years. It’s a favorite!
From: Recipe Girl
30. White Chocolate Banana Bread Pudding
From: Lucky 32
31. Caneles De Bardeaux
A reliable Canele recipe is a staple of every French pastry kitchen – but you can make these delicious treats at home.
From: Sauce Pots
32. Chocolate Dream Trifle
Decadent chocolate mousse layered with chocolate cake and chocolate icing…a chocolate lover’s dream!
33. Italian Cream Cake
Time to share the Italian Cream Cake family favorite recipe. We have this cake on special occasions.
From: Petticoat Junktion
34. Tiramisu Cheesecake
A classic Italian favorite.