Five simple recipes for the holidays

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Five simple recipes for the holidays

Ofelia Mattingly

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The holidays are coming up! Easy treats are a good way to start to get into the holiday spirit, so here are some simple yet creative holiday treats.

Chocolate-covered Peppermint Pretzels

“Chocolate-covered Peppermint Pretzels” by Aimee from Sugary Sweets.

https://www.shugarysweets.com/chocolate-covered-peppermint-pretzels/

If you don’t feel like taking a long time making a dessert, this recipe will do. Chocolate-covered Peppermint Pretzels are an easy treat to make for the holidays. It is a really quick recipe, and you only have to wait an hour to eat it.

Chocolate Peppermint Grahams

“Chocolate Peppermint Grahams” by Aimee from Sugary Sweets.

https://www.shugarysweets.com/chocolate-peppermint-grahams/

You can make Chocolate Peppermint Grahams have a unique look to spice up your holidays. It can be designed in any way you want.

Holiday Dipped Peppermint Oreos

“Holiday Dipped Peppermint Oreos” by Trish from Mom on Timeout.

https://www.momontimeout.com/holiday-dipped-peppermint-oreos-how-to-tips/

Everyone loves a good oreo, so why not make it holiday-themed! This recipe only calls for any type of oreo, candy toppings and sprinkles. It only takes 20 minutes to prepare and is very festive for the holidays.

Christmas Candy Crunch

Christmas Candy Crunch

Christmas Candy Crunch is an inexpensive way to enhance the holiday season. It is quick to prepare and only takes 10 minutes to set. It can be shared among friends and family.

Holiday Praline No-Bake Cookies

Holiday Praline No-Bake Cookies

This may not look appetizing, but the Holiday Praline No-Bake Cookies are delicious.  This dessert might be a little more expensive than the rest, but it is worth it. Low on carbohydrates, it is delicious and only takes 15 minutes to make.