It is now officially the holidays. December has finally rolled around and Michael Bublé has come out of hiding. That means that it’s also the season for holiday parties. But, impressing your guests doesn’t have to be a hassle. They’ll probably be more focused on the wine and spiked eggnog anyway. So, these recipes are just as easy to make as they are adorable. If you’re not hosting your own party bring them to your friend’s gathering if you want to subtly show them up in their own house.
So, these recipes are just as easy to make as they are adorable. If you’re not hosting your own party, bring them to your friend’s gathering if you want to subtly show them up in their own house.
No bake, no problem. Recipe here.
#SpoonTip: Switch up the color of sprinkles and frosting to represent all of the holidays you celebrate.
All the flavor without the burnt tongue. Recipe here.
Because everything tastes better with Santa’s face on it. Recipe here.
Cookie dough > the actual cookie. Recipe here.
In the words of Kylie Jenner, “So dope.” Recipe here.
#SpoonTip: Customize your cookies and switch up the color of your dough by using different colors of dye. Give these Dreidel Piñata Cookies a spin.
“I like cheesecake, real late at night.” – Future. Recipe here.
Just when you thought Rice Krispie treats couldn’t get any better. Recipe here.
Oh you fancy, huh? Recipe here.
Finger food just got seriously upgraded. Recipe here.
This doesn’t even need to have alcohol in it to spike our interest. Recipe here.
All you need is 2 ingredients and 1 microwave. Recipe here.
I can personally attest to the success of these adorable cookies. They look like you put a lot of effort into making them, but in reality the actual decorating will only take you maybe ten minutes. Recipe here.
Peanut butter chocolate flavorrr. Recipe here.
Trick your guests into thinking your sophisticated. Recipe here.
15. Holly Crackles
These little guys are unique and extremely festive. I predict that you’ll receive an annoying amount of compliments by making these. Recipe here.
#SpoonTip: If you want your wreaths to be more vibrant just add more green food coloring.
Holiday cookie or Lush bath bomb? Recipe here.