3 Christmas Desserts that are Easy-Peasy and Tasty

Enjoy these Christmas desserts with your pals and kin and Raho happy har din!

The jingle is not too far and our sweet teeth can’t wait for long. So, how about trying our hand well in advance on Christmas desserts before the big day arrives?

Try Mocha-Maple Brownie Recipe to treat your guests this Christmas

If you have a sweet tooth and can’t resist chocolate and coffee, then this pleasant-looking Mocha-Maple Brownie is the best option you can try this Christmas. This yummy brownie will satiate your sugar craving. You can also try this recipe for a Christmas party. It can be easily prepared at home. So, make this delicious brownie and relish its awesomeness with your loved ones on a cosy evening. Here we go!


♠ 250 gm cake mix

♠ 1/4 cup brown sugar

♠  1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract

♣ 1/4 cup chopped walnuts

♣ 1 teaspoon coffee

♣  1 teaspoon maple syrup

♣ 1 cup heavy cream

How to prepare Mocha Maple Brownie like a pro?

* First, preheat the oven to 350 degrees Celsius. In the meantime, add walnuts to the cake mix and stir. Now, pour the mixture into a butter–greased pan and bake for medium-sized minutes. Do not forget to check your cake with a toothpick. If it comes out clean, it is properly baked. Once everything is done, please take out the cake and cut it into neat layers. Keep it aside for cooling.

* Now, take a medium–sized bowl and put heavy cream in it. Add coffee to it and mix it well. Add maple syrup, brown sugar, and vanilla extract and mix until all the ingredients are well blended and give out a rich, smooth texture.

* Lastly, spread this prepared mixture on a brownie layer. Place another brownie layer, followed by the mix on top. Now, please put it in the fridge for some time and serve it chilled. You can garnish it with walnuts and chocolate. Your Mocha- Maple brownie is ready.

This Christmas, serve it to your guests.

Try cupcakes this Christmas!

Usually, we tend to get tired of baking an entire cake at home because it takes lots of effort and time. This Christmas, try the easy option of baking your cake in a cup.

Just take a mug, mix all the ingredients, put it in the microwave and enjoy. Here is a quick and simple recipe for a cupcake for you all.


* 3 tbsp self-rising flour

* 2 tbsp brown sugar

* 2 tbsp cocoa powder

* 14 tbsp baking powder

* 3 tbsp milk, tbsp oil

* 1 drop of vanilla extract

* 10 semi-sweet chocolate chips


* Mix the flour, sugar, cocoa powder, and baking powder in a mug.

* Add the milk, oil, and vanilla.

* With a fork, gently stir until the batter has no lumps.

* Sprinkle the chocolate chips, and cook the cake in the microwave for two minutes.

* Let it cool for 5 minutes to allow the cake to finish cooking.

Christmas Fairy Cupcakes Recipe



* 125 g softened butter

* 125 g caster sugar

* 2 eggs, lightly beaten

* 1 teaspoon vanilla extract

* 125 g self-rising flour

* 2 tablespoons milk


* 125 g icing sugar

* water

* vanilla extract (optional)


* icing sugar

* 150 g ready-to-roll fondant

* edible glitter (sparkles)


* Makes 24 mini cakes or 12 larger ones.

* For mini cakes, you will need a 12-hole tartlet tin (these are 5cm at the rim and 1 1/2 cm deep), and you will need to use it twice unless you have two. For larger cakes, use a 12-hole bun or muffin tin (6 1/2 cm at the rim and 2cm deep). You can use the little paper cases according to your size container – I have suggested silver. If not, butter the base and sides of the holes before filling them with the mixture.

* Preheat the oven to 190C/375F/Gas mark 5. Either butter the tin or place the paper cases in the holes (see above). In a mixing bowl, beat the butter and sugar until pale and fluffy. You can use an electric whisk or a wooden spoon.

* Add the beaten egg, a little at a time, whisking to incorporate, and then beat in the vanilla.

* Sift in half of the flour and fold into the mixture. Add the milk and the rest of the flour and fold until well combined.

* Spoon into the tin and bake for 12 minutes or until risen and golden on top. Allow cooling for ten minutes before removing it from the container. Cool the cakes on a cooling tray/rack.

* Mix a little water to the icing sugar until you have a soft glaze – add a little vanilla extract, if you wish, or other flavourings.

* Spoon the icing over the cooled fairy cakes, allowing the icing to drip down into the cases or over the sides of the cakes.

* Roll out the fondant icing  on a board with icing sugar sprinkled over to stop sticking; press or cut your festive shapes and place one on top of each iced fairy cake. Sprinkle over the edible glitter or sparkles and arrange the fairy cakes on an attractive serving plate.

That’s All, Folks! Enjoy your Christmas desserts with your pals and kin and Raho happy har din!

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