We all know the best thing about holidays is the endless amounts of homemade food. Everyone brings out their cooking a-game and we all benefit! Gooey, chocolatey, warm, minty, dipped, baked, fluffy goodness. Nothing gets better than eating and/or making holiday treats! If you’re looking to get creative and step outside of your usual potluck assignment, check out these recipes to share (or keep to yourself).


Nutella Pumpkin Crepes

An autumn twist on the traditional crepe, spilling with gooey Nutella.



Caramel Dipped Pears

Need to change your neighbor treats? Try these simple, yet beautiful dipped pears.


Chocolate Blueberry Quinoa Bark

When everyone is standing around the kitchen, it’s great to have some “healthier” options during the holidays. This Dark Chocolate Bark will keep your guests content while you’re working on the big meals.



Cranberry Jalapeño Cream Cheese Dip

A sweet and salty option to snack on during the day or take to your host as a thank you.



Grasshopper Pie

A cold, light, minty pie can be a refreshing change after so many baked goods.



Peppermint Bark Puppy Chow

An easy but unique treat to set out for your guests or take to the neighbors.



Walnut-Stuffed Baked Apples

Looking for something a little fancier for your small get-together? Try these warm baked apples!



Pumpkin Cinnamon Pull-Apart Bread with Vanilla Glaze

Holiday mornings can’t get much better than when you’re greeted with the smell of warm pumpkin bread baking in the oven. Unless it’s topped with vanilla glaze, of course.



Nutella Pretzel Brownies

A personal favorite holiday treat for its sweet and salty nature. Gooey brownies, with Nutella in the batter, poured onto a pretzel, brown sugar crust, and topped with additional pretzels and drizzled with Nutella. These are a crowd favorite.



Red Velvet Chocolate-Swirled Brownie Bars

These colorful brownies are just as pretty as they taste. Perfect to take to a holiday party.