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Here are a few holiday desserts I’ve spotted around the web this week! This time of the year is the perfect time for baking. It’s cold outside and comfort food cravings are at a max. These treats look delicious AND crowd pleasing! Can’t wait to try them all!

Holiday Desserts Roundup

1. Peanut Butter + Marshmallow Cookies (Gluten- Free!)- And Then We Saved

➻ And Then We Saved is a great blog about learning how to save money and live a financially responsible life. She has awesome DIYs (like this amazing glitter headband!!) and lots of advice. Not to mention her photography is beautiful!

2. Brown Butter Snickerdoodle Cookies– Ambitious Kitchen

➻ Monique has a number of incredible recipes that are perfect for family cooking. Her recipe collection is extensive and full of great healthy recipes including vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free dishes! 

3. Crunchy Peanut Butter Cups– Blue Eyed Bakers

➻ The Blue Eyed Bakers are two sisters living in two cities writing a blog together… no wonder we’re drawn to them! 🙂 Their writing is hilarious and their recipes are out of this world. They have a candy section in their recipe index where they’ve recreated candy bars like Almond Joys and Butterfingers. Ummmm yes, please!

4. Eggnog Chocolate Chip Bread– How Sweet It Is

➻ This blog has a ton of healthy and comfort food recipes! Jessica’s pictures are gorgeous and her recipes are so creative. I’ve got my eye on the Cake Batter Pancakes!

5.  Salty Dark Chocolate Whole Wheat Chocolate Chip Cookies –  A Cozy Kitchen

➻ A Cozy Kitchen is one of the first food blogs I started reading when I joined the blogging world. Adrianna has been such an inspiration with her witty writing, beautiful photography, and amazing recipes. She has a number of Peruvian dishes that are absolutely to die for. Her cookbook is set to make its appearance in the Spring of 2013! Can’t. Wait!

6. Peppermint Bark Brownies – Handle the Heat

➻ Tessa’s blog is a great resource for ‘How-To‘s’ and delicious recipes. She lists the pros and cons of all of her recipes and describes the taste, texture, ease, and appearance of each one! She’s coming out with a cookbook in 2013, so be on the lookout!!

Happy Baking!

Natalie

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