Great Desserts

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Great Desserts

It’s that time of the year when out come the treats. It seems from Halloween to Christmas it is a non stop treat feast. And I  can’t help it. I love making desserts. I love how they look and taste and they make a great entrance to a party. I have made quite a few treats in the last little while and here are some of my favorites.

Rainbow Cheesecake-

This rainbow cheesecake is pretty simple but a bit time consuming. rainbow cheesecakeThe cheesecake has a very rich and creamy flavor. You separate the batter into 6 even bowl then use food coloring to get the correct colors and pour one at a time in the middle and somehow it just pushes the colors out to create this rainbow effect. The cheesecake takes about an hour in preparation, and cooks for an hour and forty five minutes, and then needs to cool in the oven for an hour, so make sure you have enough time to complete it. You don’t want it to crack.

 

 

Frankenheads-

Frankenheads These little guys are awesome. You may think you don’t like marshmallows but once you have these you will be singing a different tune. I found these guys on Damsels in Success. They are really simple! You just get some white chocolate, melt it, and mix in green food coloring and dip about 3/4 of the marshmallow. Let the marshmallow sit and dry and then do the top in milk chocolate. The faces are made with black cooking gel.

 

 

 

Holiday Pretzel Treats

holiday-pretzel-treats-christmas-recipe-photo-  These are a super simple but great holiday treat I found online. All you need is square pretzels, M&M’s and Hershey’s Kisses and Hugs. You lay the pretzels down on a cookie sheet and put a hug or a kiss on them and melt them for about 5 minutes in the oven, then you put the M&M on it, and let cool. That is it.

There are so many fun desserts you can make this year. Hopefully I will post more as I get time this holiday season.