Red, White, and Yule: Holiday Peppermint Desserts

December 12th, 2018 by Desiree Smith

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Peppermint and the holidays go together like hot cocoa and a snowy winter day. Whether it’s candy canes, peppermint bark, or one of the great recipes here at Wilton we have what you need to make every holiday “mo-mint” special. Don’t forget to view all of our Christmas projects for great baking and decorating ideas.

Create some new Christmas peppermint classics for your holiday gatherings with classic flavors that are “mint” to be with Wilton!

No Bake Peppermint Pie

All the benefits of a delicious holiday dessert without the hassle of cooking! This no-bake peppermint pie has fluffy whipped cream, melted candies and a chocolatey graham cracker pie crust.

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Spiked Peppermint Mocha Cupcakes

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Upgrade the typical peppermint mocha, and turn it into moist cupcakes everyone will love. With sweet peppermint schnapps and rich chocolate, these cupcakes will bake your family crazy.

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White Chocolate Peppermint Magic Cake

Three layers of peppermint flavor this peppermint cake. It’s a sweet treat for everyone at your next holiday get-together. Great with a cup of hot cocoa or peppermint mocha!

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Don’t just share your peppermint creations with your family, but with the Wilton family too. Snap a pic and tag us on Instagram @Wiltoncakes.

Desiree Smith Desiree is the Public Relations Manager at Wilton. She spends her days monitoring media opportunities, working with newspaper, magazine and television contacts, collaborating with bloggers and handling a variety of other odds and ends. Desiree has a degree in journalism and experience writing for newspapers and television. Outside of Wilton, she enjoys running and planning outings with friends.

One Reply

  1. Judy S Phelan says:

    Last year’s candy cane melts were fabulous, this year, not so good, matter of fact, awful for pretzel making.
    I find that the wilton melts this year are much thinner and smaller than the past years.

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