Christmas Desserts

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{meringue cups filled with ganache}

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{white christmas cake}

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{peppermint pinwheel cookies}

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{red velvet layered cake}

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{candy cane meringue swirls}

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{candy cane macaroons}

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{white chocolate peppermint m&m cookies}

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{candy cane swirled cookie straws}

Since for Thanksgiving I went a little bit crazy with the amount of baking I did, I decided to scale things back for Christmas. My goal is to do about 3 or 4 desserts total. Were having about 20 people over so I think that should be about perfect. I’m still trying to narrow down my list (there are just so many delicious looking treats out there). Plus it’s always good to offer a variety; such as: a cake, something chocolaty, cookies, some type of pudding, a pie, etc.

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