Sweet recipes for Christmas. We leave you a small selection of recipes for Christmas candies to surprise and taste at Christmas.
There is no holiday worth the salt that ends with a rich and delicious dessert. Who else and who will at least already think about the menus they will prepare for Christmas.
Christmas menus can be very diverse, of any kind and at any price. But if there’s one thing everyone agrees on, it’s as a “brooch” to take a delicious and sweet Christmas dessert, homemade, if possible.
That’s why we leave you a series of perfect recipes for desserts to make at Christmas.
Walnut Pie: Nut pie is a caramel-like cream cake made mostly of corn syrup and pecans. Variations may include white sugar, brown sugar, sugar syrup, molasses, maple syrup or honey. It is popularly served on American holiday dishes such as Thanksgiving, Christmas and other special occasions.
Nougat cream: Christmas menus are usually plentiful, very long and, on the contrary, very heavy. To make it a little lighter and take advantage of that nougat that is “scattered” around the house, nothing better than these Nougat Kustardi. A very simple recipe that can be made a few days in advance.
Apple strudel: Apple strudel is a typical jam from Central Europe, made and consumed in the beginning by “less affluent” people. And as with all “modest” desserts, “Strudel” has crossed the line, becoming one of the most famous desserts in the world because of its simplicity, its end result and why it is suitable with almost all possible ingredients you can imagine.
Chocolate and nougat cake: This recipe is a version of the cake with the three chocolates, but in a “Christmas” version. A simple recipe that can make Christmas Eve dinner or Christmas lunch less stressful, as it can be refined in a day or two.
Cherry and cottage cheese strudel: Strudel is a traditional Central European dessert whose oily, flaky layers make an appetizing bite. Although the most typical is AppleStrudrel or apple strudel, we decided to make a recipe from the book by Mark Grossman: New York. The cult recipes The result of the strudel with cherries and ricotta is exceptional, ideal for enjoyment in any Christmas menu.
Strawberries with mascarpone: We go with a recipe, if you can call it the one that accompanied us last New Year as an “aperitif” accompanying glasses of sparkling wine, before 12 grapes. As you can see in the photos, these strawberries with mascarpone look great in any centerpiece before, between and after desserts. Also, since they are prepared in less than a minute, we can do it without prior notice.
Cottage cheese cake: We usually make cakes with cottage cheese or cheese with a base of biscuits and butter. Although from time to time we also like to fully enjoy the taste of cottage cheese without being overshadowed by the taste that the cookie gives it. The cottage cheese cake we present to you today is a really tasty suggestion to make at Christmas.
Vasilopita or New Year’s sweet bread: Vasilopita or New Year’s sweet bread is a development that is present in all Greek homes on New Year’s Eve, the feast of Agios Vasilis (St. Basil). On this day, everything revolves around Vasilopita or New Year’s sweet bread, because according to Greek tradition, whoever finds the coin that is inside will be lucky all year round. A tradition similar to what happens in our country on the Day of the Three Kings, when we do, in some cases, and try our traditional Roscon.
Speculoos: Speculoos are typical winter cakes that are usually given in Central European countries by St. Nicholas, a legendary hero who, according to Western culture, brings children gifts for Christmas.
Mango tiramisu: Tiramisu is one of the preparations that we usually prepare more often when we have a family celebration at home. On one of these occasions, and taking advantage of the fact that we had some super sweet mangoes at home, we decided it wouldn’t be a bad idea to use them in some “special” recipe, and this Tiramisu mango recipe came out of it.
Roscon de Reyes: We have been making our own for several years Roscon de Reyes At home. Although last year we made Roscón de Reyes without candied fruit, this year we did not want to do without “those gems” that crown this Roscon de Reyes.
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