Festivities are in the air and they are making us super excited. As December arrives, everyone across the globe gears up to celebrate this festival, which is followed by New Year celebrations. No celebration is complete without adding some sweetness to it, right? Indulging in traditional plum cakes, candies, and other treats is an important part of year-end celebrations too.
If you haven't decided on your sweet treat menu yet, we are there to help.
Banana with cream cheese
A banana cake that's deliciously smothered in cream cheese frosting along with loads of walnuts is bound to make you a star amongst all your guests. This rich cake will leave you and your friends asking for more.
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Chocolate Lava Cake
Classic chocolate lava cake made with five simple ingredients. You just can't turn down a cake that oozes out hot chocolate and is hassle-free to make, can you? It won't just satisfy your sweet tooth but if you have a soft corner for chocolates, you'll love it even more. Plus, the hot chocolate that oozes out of this cake is just perfect for this wintery weather.
A simple chocolate dessert with a dash of rum in it will be the perfect quick fix for your Christmas party guests. All you need is sweet chocolate, brown sugar, rum, vanilla wafer biscuits, and finely chopped walnuts, and some icing sugar for that final touch.
Ginger Sponge Cake
This soft and spongy ginger delight is a warm Christmas treat. Its recipe includes ingredients like flour, cinnamon powder, ginger powder, honey, butter, yoghurt, milk and eggs. It is decorated with lots of fresh fruits, nuts, and whipped cream. Mouthwatering much?
Christmas chocolate cookie
It is yet again a super easy recipe made with brown chocolate and flour, whipped up to create delectable cookies. You can store these lovely cookies and give them away as a gift to your friends visiting you during festivities. All you need is flour, castor sugar, butter, drinking chocolate powder, and cocoa powder.
If you haven't gorged on these sweet delights yet, what have you been waiting for?