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Are you ready for the holidays? I put together a Homemade Holiday Dessert Roundup for you. It’s a collection of great desserts for the holidays.
I enjoy the holidays and I’m ready to celebrate. However, I’m not totally prepared..yet!
Personally, I consider November 1st as the start of the holiday season. I mean, you do have to start planning these things in advance! Once November gets here, it’s a whirlwind of activities and events. That’s why I decided to put together an easy go-to post for your meal planning needs. Today I’m sharing the last in this series that Julie, This Gal Cooks, and I coordinated. Today I have the best part of all, in my opinion, with this collection. Here’s a little secret about me, I’ve been known to skip the meal and go straight to the dessert!!
My idea for these roundups is that you can mix and match and choose recipes that you like and put them together for easy preparation of your holiday meals. Who doesn’t want homemade meals at holiday time, right? These collections make it easy for you!
After viewing these side dishes, you’ll find more holiday meal inspiration by visiting the links at the end of this post. We hope you enjoy this collection of holiday recipes.
How do I get the recipes?
Simply click on the photo or the recipe title below and it’ll open to that particular recipe.
A luscious pound cake, this recipe for Eggnog Pound Cake celebrates the season with a crowd-pleasing ingredient. Eggnog adds a luxurious flavor and creaminess to the cake. It's buttery, soft inside with a crispy outside and top.
Best coffee cake ever!! Cranberry Eggnog Crumb Coffee Cake has so much flavor, is super moist, and that crumb topping is everything! A tender eggnog, vanilla cake is filled with cranberries and topped with a buttery crumb topping. A delicious treat for breakfast or dessert.
Peach Pecan Cobbler, a sweet and buttery dessert recipe that's loaded with fresh peaches and toasted pecans. This simple and easy dessert comes together in one pan. I love to hear from you and enjoy reading your comments. I do try to anticipate any questions you may have regarding the recipe and have made note of tips and such in the post.