Cheers to these 16 peppermint recipes, sure to spark your Holiday spirit. There's cocktails and drinks, there's chocolate and cakes and everything in-between. Something for all occasions during the festive season, although no one says we only have to have peppermint during the Holidays. So no shaming if you crave a little peppermint eggnog in July!
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Each time I'm making these I find it a pain in the butt to cover them in chocolate, but also each time I eat them I remember why I do it. I have no words for how creamy, luscious and absolutely yummy these are! And the snappy chocolate coating is the icing on the cake in this case!
I'm not only making peppermint recipes for Christmas, I love them all year round. I made these for Valentine's Day, but I also make them every year for Christmas. Just look at that peppermint filling oozing out!
Nothing says Christmas like peppermint and chocolate. It's the ultimate holiday flavor combination. Baked peppermint chocolate cheesecake cups are such a festive treat that is sure to spark your Holiday spirit!
This is the easiest way to incorporate peppermint into your Christmas diet (yes, it's a thing). You get the fresh peppermint, earthy coffee and bittersweet chocolate. Top with whipped cream or peppermint marshmallows for the ultimate experience.
Sweet, cool, rich, and refreshing, this Peppermint Ice Cream is just the dessert you need during the holiday season! It’s bursting with peppermint and vanilla flavors, and goes perfectly with a warmed up fudgy brownie!
I only saw it fitting to end this crazy year that has been 2020 with a fun twist on a dalgona. This peppermint eggnog dalgona is sweet, custardy eggnog topped with a light peppermint foam. Both as a classic and as a chocolate version!
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