Desserts Recipes to make for Christmas

Dessert Recipes

There’s nothing like whipping up some Christmas treats like cookies, cakes, and puddings during the holiday season. These tasty treats sound irresistible, don’t they? But there’s a catch and you prefer to spend less time in the kitchen. In this guide, we have mentioned some dessert recipes that are delicious yet quick and easy traditional Christmas desserts for the festive season. So, let’s get started:

Vegan Chocolates Recipe

So, this Vegan Chocolates Recipe is everyone’s favorite, and make your own creamy, silky, vegan chocolate—you will not believe how simple it is! You already have the ingredients in your pantry, and this recipe could not be easier.


  • Using seven parchment paper liners, line a muffin pan.
  • Melt the coconut oil in a glass bowl by microwaving it for 15 seconds.
  • Add the maple syrup and chocolate powder after that.
  • Between the muffin cups, distribute the chocolate mixture.
  • Sprinkle the chia seeds, coconut flakes, and pumpkin seeds on top if you use toppings.
  • Put the container in the fridge and let it cold for at least two hours.
  • To keep things fresh, store them in the refrigerator or freezer. At room temperature, they do get very melty.

Hot Chocolate Cheesecake

The silken texture of a chocolate cheesecake is not far from the thick, creamy texture of a perfect cup of cocoa. Cocoa wouldn’t be half as good without the contrast lent by a dollop of whipped cream, which is where the marshmallow-whipped cream comes into play. 


  • The oven should be heated to 375 degrees Fahrenheit. As stated on the bag, prepare and bake 36 cookies. Allow cooling fully for at least 30 minutes. Sixteen cookies should be kept in an airtight container for future usage.


  • 350°F oven temperature. Cover the outside bottom and side of a 9-inch spring form pan with two layers of heavy-duty foil to stop leaks. Apply cooking spray to the pan’s interior.


  • Half of the 20 cookies left should be ground into fine crumbs in a food processor. Place in a medium bowl. Add to bowl after processing the remaining cookies’ second half into fine crumbs. Add cocoa and 1/4 cup of the melted butter, and mix thoroughly. Bake for 14–16 minutes or until the middle is set.


  • In the meantime, use an electric mixer to beat cream cheese in a large basin until it is frothy. Beat in sugar gradually until smooth. Add melted chocolate by beating. Vanilla is beaten in. Add liquid to the crust.


  • Bake for 45 minutes, or until cheesecake is set at least 2 inches from the pan’s edge but still slightly wobbles when moved in the center. Thirty minutes to chill on a cooling rack. With a little metal spatula, go around the pan’s edge. Before serving, chill it in the fridge for at least 6 hours or overnight.
  • Remove the pan side and the foil when you’re ready to serve. Put a 1/2-inch round piping tip on a decorating bag and fill it with the cream mixture. Decorate as desired. Keep covered in the refrigerator.

Christmas Tree Brownies

You must prepare these brownies if you’re seeking an extremely healthy Christmas sweet treat that tastes sinful but is still excellent for you. These Christmas tree brownies are the healthiest thing you can eat! 


  •  As directed on the package, cook the chickpeas by placing 1 cup (170g) of the dry beans in a large basin, covering them with water, and letting them soak for at least 12 hours. The beans should then be rinsed and cooked for 1.5 hours over simmering water. Before measuring 1 1/2 cups (215g) of cooked chickpeas, let them cool completely.
  •  Set the oven to 180°C/350°F.
  •  Add everything but the chocolate chips to your food processor and pulse until you have a smooth cake batter.
  •  After incorporating the chocolate chips, spoon the batter into a 9″ square cake pan.
  • For around 30 minutes, bake.
  •  Once cold, slice the crosswise portion into three equal pieces, then cut each piece into four triangles, yielding a total of 12 triangles.

Creating the icing

  •  All frosting ingredients should be smooth after being combined.
  •  After decorating, pipe the icing over each brownie.

Vegan Gluten-Free Black Forest Trifle

Rich, delicious, and made entirely of plants! This vegan, gluten-free black forest trifle is so delectable and healthy that you could devour it for dessert without feeling guilty. The trifle is made lighter by adding coconut whipped cream, and the cherries just inadequately balance out the mousse’s richness. Bring your dessert game to a whole ‘another level of extravagance to wow your visitors!


  • To make the mousse, combine avocados, frozen bananas, dates, cocoa powder, and cinnamon in a blender. Puree until smooth and creamy.
  • To make the whipped cream, open the coconut milk can and separate the thick cream on top from the liquid.
  • Coconut cream should be blended for about 4 minutes in a small, cold mixing basin.
  • While whipping for an additional 1-2 minutes, or until firm peaks form, add the vanilla and maple syrup/agave.
  • For the trifle, arrange mousse, cherries, and whipped cream in layers in a serving glass. Garnish with cocoa powder, cacao nibs, or a whole cherry if preferred. Serve right away.

The Summary 

Hope you enjoyed this guide and will try all these desserts at home. You won’t believe these Christmas Desserts Recipes are vegan since they taste fantastic. They are ideal for any holiday gathering because of their creamy fillings and rich flavors. Vegan desserts have never been easier to make, thanks to the “Spicyum” page, where recipes are now readily availa