Treats for Your Holiday Enjoyment

a bowl filled with peppermint bark with a half dozen candycanes in disarray beside it

One of the joys of the holiday season is the abundance of delicious treats it brings! This month, we of the Domain Blog are serving you some of our favorite holiday treat recipes to inspire your next sweet-making venture. Try out one of the following recipes:

Caramel Stuffed Gingerbread Cookies by The Belle Vie

Here’s a new twist on a favorite holiday flavor! When you take a bite of these soft and chewy spiced cookies, your mouth will be filled with a delicious melted caramel surprise. Ingredients are butter, brown sugar, molasses, eggs, vanilla, ginger, cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, flour, cornstarch, baking soda, salt, and caramel.

Peppermint Bark by Sally’s Baking Addiction

With candy canes being one of the most essential sweets during the holiday season, making this peppermint bark might just make you most popular amongst your loved ones. Using white chocolate, semi-sweet chocolate, peppermint extract, candy canes, and an oil of your choice, you can skip the expensive store-bought bark and impress others with your own this year.  

Kranky Cupcakes by Delish

You have to admit that even the Grinch looks cute on cupcakes. Using a combination of colored frostings and m&ms, turn regular old chocolate cupcakes into cranky-looking Grinch faces! You’ll need a chocolate cake mix, butter, powdered sugar, vanilla, heavy cream, kosher, yellow m&ms, red, green, and black food coloring.

Candy Cane Crunch Milkshake by I Wash You Dry

If you’re a fan of chocolate, candies, and milkshakes, then you absolutely have to try this milkshake. It’s a delicious mix of creamy, smooth, and crunchy, all in one milkshake that is perfectly flavored for the holidays. Make sure to have vanilla ice cream, Cool Whip, milk, candy canes, and chocolate chips.

We hope one of these recipes catches your eye this holiday season. Try making one today in your Madison, WI apartment!