Dip these colorful red – and green-colored sugar cookies in a mixture of melted white chocolate and crushed peppermint candy
for a festive holiday cookie that’s perfect for holiday entertaining and for holiday gifts.
Perfect for gift giving during the holidays, this 5-ingredient recipe features chopped cookies, peppermint candies, and pretzels
stirred into melted chocolate. You’d better make an extra batch because this sweet treat won’t last long.
This cake is almost too pretty to eat. But after one bite, your guests will be back for more. Sprinkle the crushed candies
over the cake just before serving, since the moisture from the whipped cream can make the mints begin to "melt" together after
about half an hour. Don't worry, though—we suspect the cake will be long gone by then.
Bonbon means "very good" in French, and that's certainly what these peppermint-flavored cookies are! Between the gooey chocolate
center and crunchy peppermint topping, it will be hard to decide what you like most about these Christmas treats. They also
make great homemade gifts for chocoholics.
Make a classic cookie sandwich with thin chocolate wafers and creamy ice cream, then add a little spice by rolling the finished
cookies in crushed peppermint. Wrap the individual cookies tightly and freeze to set.
A simple peppermint icing, made with crushed hard candies and a few drops of red food coloring, adds bright flavor to these
savory homemade molasses cookies. Sprinkle extra peppermint dust over the icing as it sets for great presentation.