Dessert is the most favorite part of the Christmas holiday, not just with kids, but also with the adults. After all, how can a Christmas party be complete without a sweet treat to finish it off? But with so much time spent on errands, decorating and cooking, you hardly find time to bake. So why not try some no bake, easy peasy recipes? Here are 15 delicious no bake recipes that will satisfy the taste buds of even the pickiest and fussiest of eaters.
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Oatmeal Chocolate Peanut Butter No Bake Cookies:
Cookies are a staple during the Christmas. To satisfy your crunchy craving, we have got you a simple recipe for no-bake peanut butter and chocolate cookies. This delicious, gooey and fudgy cookie can be made with the ingredients found in your kitchen. And it does not take more than 10 to 15 minutes for making this cookie. But before freezing, make sure you boil the mixture for a minute. This way, the cookies won’t harden. Then roll the cookie dough into any shape you like. That’s it!
The classic and elegant mango cheesecake he does not require any oven, yet tastes amazing. This vibrantly beautiful mango cheesecake will add the perfect festive touch to your Holiday meal. If your mango is a little sour, then add an extra teaspoon of condensed milk to the recipe.
No Bake Peppermint Cookies:
Making wreaths is one of the most popular traditions of Christmas. But have you ever thought how wreaths would look at the Christmas table? No, we are not talking about the usual flowers and leaves wreath here. We are talking about wreath shaped Christmas cookies! This no-bake peppermint cookie has colors in the right places. What more? These cookies do not require baking. You just have to aim to make it as mintier, creamier and chewier as possible.
This smores pie looks absolutely heavenly! And you can’t believe you secure it to make. You just need to whip in the ingredients one at a time. It does take a bit longer to make but is worth every effort. Just follow the instructions mentioned on the website and your smores pie will be ready in no time. Do not be surprised if guests start asking you for its recipe.
Oreo Cookies And Cream Fudge:
Cookies and cream is one combination that can never go out of trend. So we’ve included the recipe for Oreo cookies and cream fudge for you to make this Christmas. This vanilla-flavored fudge looks beautiful studded with chunks of chocolate sandwich cookies. You get the taste of chocolate sandwich cookies in every bite you take. And you can make this sumptuous recipe in less than 10 minutes. Isn’t that great?
No Bake Biscuit Chocolate Log:
The name itself is making us hungry. After all, anything that contains chocolate has to taste good. Looking at its image, no one would believe that this Yule log cake is not baked. Ramya has used Marie biscuits for this recipe, but you can use any other digestive biscuits if you want. You can even replace walnuts with cashew or almonds if you are not fond of it.
Vanilla Bean Panna Cotta Tart:
This pannacotta may look simple and rustic, but gives a creamy texture and some great flavors. The mild chocolate flavor paired with the vanilla bean flavor makes it utterly irresistible. No guest will be able to resist himself seeing this pannacotta. The crust may look like it’s baked, but it’s actually not. You just have to use chocolate graham crackers mixed with butter for the base. You will get a crunchy, buttery and delicious base with a chocolate flavor.
No Bake Rum Ball:
Where are the bottles of rum? Well, we’ve used them in this rum ball. Rub balls are a holiday classic. No other boozy dessert can beat it. So here’s a no bake rum ball recipe for you. These rum balls freeze well. So you can make a few days in advance as well. If you do not want to give a strong taste to your run ball, then three tablespoons of rum would be enough. And the desiccated coconut exterior gives a unique taste to it.
No Bake Peanut Butter Bar:
Peanut Butter Bars are always welcomed in large gatherings. These sweet treats filled with peanut butter filling tastes just outstanding. Note- keep the salt and sweet balance. Add a pinch of salt in the middle and bottom layer to maintain the balance. And to prevent the bars from cracking, put the knife in hot water for 30 minutes. Make a pan full of this treat in one batch to stay stress-free at the party.
No Bake Lemon Pie:
Here’s another delicious dessert for you to make this holiday. Just cook and pour a layer of lemon filling into the crumb crust and chill or freeze. The result is a tasty, bordering on addictive pie. This pie tastes best when frozen. Just take it out of the freezer 20 minutes before serving. It tastes creamier and softer when chilled. Besides Christmas, you can also make this lemon icebox pie for your partner and children during summers.
Here’s another large group friendly dessert recipe for you. Bourbon balls do not fail to delight even the fussiest of eaters. Tip- Soak the nuts in bourbon overnight before beginning with it. It will make a hell of a difference. You can even present in Bourbon balls as Christmas gifts to your friends and relatives.
Peppermint Oreo Truffles:
Peppermint pairs well with chocolate, so why not combine both to make a decadent dessert. We have got you’re the best recipe for peppermint Oreo truffle recipe for you. These little balls are perfect to satisfy your sweet tooth after the heavy Christmas dinner. Just be creative and decorate the truffle balls anyway, you like. It’s sure to make a showstopper at your Christmas dinner table.
No Bake Chocolate Cake:
Being gluten intolerant is one of the worst things that can happen to people with a sweet tooth. Most of the desserts contain at least one ingredient that has gluten. But you don’t have to sulk anymore. We’ve got a delicious gluten-free chocolate cake recipe for you. Besides being gluten free, this cake does not even require baking. The dessert is mouthwateringly delicious, but is a bit rich. So serve small portions to your guests.
No Bake Cookie Balls:
This decadent dessert requires just a few ingredients, namely crushed graham cracker crumbs, cocoa, nuts, soy milk, sugar, and butter. Mix them to make a paste and form into small balls. But before making the balls, you have to chill the mixture for a few hours. Cooling gives the right consistency to the mixture to make small balls. Simple, isn’t it?
Yogurt Pannacotta Tart:
Here’s another appetizing, no-bake dessert you can make for your guest. The dessert is unlike traditional Christmas desserts. And it is the distinct yogurt tang that sets it apart from other Christmas dessert. The base, made of crushed biscuits and melted is also nice and firm. But the cinnamon and star anise syrup can be a bit strong for children’s liking. If you are hosting a kids’ party, then you can use berry compote instead of the cinnamon and star anise syrup.
Raspberry Chocolate Mousse:
Who said Christmas dessert couldn’t be healthy? We’ve got a healthy, yet a delicious dessert recipe that your calorie conscious guests can eat without any guilt. The recipe does not use even a bit of refined sugar. You have to use either maple syrup or honey. The raspberry topping is giving it a typical Christmassy look.
These 15 no bake dessert recipes require just a minimal hands-on time and give top-notch flavor. Even children can try making these recipes. So which of these recipes are you gonna make this Christmas? Tell us by commenting below!