Check out our easy yet standout Christmas semifreddo recipe with chocolate and amaretto semifreddo all encased in an Italian pandoro bread and topped with crunchy pistachios.
Looking for individual festive desserts that are easy to make? Check out our mini winter puddings with mulled wine - perfect for feeding your hungry guests over Christmas.
Impress friends and family over the festive season with our stunning black forest meringue tower. This gorgeous Christmas dessert is filled with dark chocolate ganache, boozy cherries and mascarpone cream. Pure indulgence!
Need a show-stopping dessert recipe to impress guests over the Christmas period? Check out our indulgent festive yule log with a boozy Baileys cream and crunchy hazelnut brittle.
Check out our stunning trifle recipe with boozy Baileys, chocolate swiss roll and lightly whipped cream with espresso. Make this indulgent dessert for an impressive centrepiece at your Christmas Day feast.
Want to serve individual desserts to your guests this Christmas? Try our creamy chocolate and peppermint pots for an impressive way to finish your dinner party.
Trifle is such a classic Christmas dessert. Check out our super festive and indulgent trifle recipe from Edd Kimber, with rum cardamom custard, gingerbread Christmas trees and caramel cream. More trifle recipes here.
If you're looking for a beautiful Christmas dessert but want minimal effort, give this cassis meringue wreath a go. Topped with cassis, cherries and mint, it's full of festive colours. It's great to feed a crowd as you can slice it into as many or as few pieces as necessary.
Want an impressive Christmas dessert to serve family and friends? Check out this show-stopping chocolate and hazelnut profiterole stack. With creamy Nutella filling and crunchy hazelnut brittle, this stunning recipe is the perfect end to a dinner party. Check out our best choux pastry recipes here.
Not everyone loves Christmas pudding, but everyone's a fan of cheesecake! This festive take on a lemon cheesecake is sweet yet sharp. Pour the chocolate over just before you take it to the table for a glossy look, your guests won't be able to wait to tuck in! More chocolate recipes here.
If you love egg custard tarts then you'll love Edd Kimber's Christmas inspired eggnog custard tart. Why not impress your guests with this dessert recipe, it may take a little time to make, but it's definitely worth it.
Sticky toffee pudding is a firm favourite with almost everyone. Adding ginger to the sponge adds even more warmth and spice, which everyone enjoys at Christmas time. Plus, the toffee sauce is just as delicious eaten with a spoon on its own! Here are plenty of Christmas pudding recipes to try...
It might not be snowing outside, but with these edible snow balls it won't matter! Your Christmas guests will be amazed at the raspberry centre when you crack the meringue. They're worth the effort for the 'wows' and 'ooohhhs' alone. Click here for our best ever standout meringue recipes.
Try this impressive Christmas Day dessert for all the family serves up to 16 guests. This indulgent cheesecake recipe contains crunchy speculoos biscuits, creamy speculoos biscuit spread, and lightly whipped cream. Check out our best cheesecake recipes here.
Need a showstopping dessert for the festive season? Make our creamy tiramisu with espresso, kahlúa and vodka. This indulgent recipe is easy to make and will be a hit with the whole family. Try more of our coffee recipes here.
Need an individual Christmas dessert recipe? Try our seriously decadent ginger sticky toffee puds, a twist on the classic sticky toffee pudding. A dark, rich toffee dessert spiked with fiery ginger – serve with cream, ice cream or custard for an indulgent dessert. Discover our best individual pudding recipes here.
Why not make our impressive frozen chocolate and ice cream dessert recipe? This easy chocolate bombe recipe uses chocolate Swiss roll cake and Maltesers for extra indulgence and crunch, an easy Christmas day dessert. Looking for other indulgent desserts? Click here for our best ever.
Is this the queen of Christmas desserts? Trifle is a classic Christmas Day pudding, but if you fancy mixing it up a bit, make this boozy version. It's got everything: nuts, fruit and cream. It's perfect for feeding a hungry crowd. We've got plenty of boozy cakes and bakes here.
Our most indulgent, most beautiful chocolate fondant yet... just look at it ooze! These chocolate fondants make an impressive Christmas day dessert. You can buy the salted caramel sauce for a quick fix. Check out our best chocolate pudding recipes here.
Christmas isn't Christmas without Baileys Irish cream. It's hard to beat a tiramisu at Christmas time, especially one made with Baileys. It's the ultimate indulgent dessert: creamy, chocolatey and boozy...what's not to love? We have many more Baileys recipes right here.
Bring this dessert to the Christmas table and your guests will be staring in amazement. Covered in rich chocolate and drizzled with white chocolate it's ultimate indulgence. This one might take a bit of time but it's worth the effort. More indulgent recipes here.
Try our quick and easy, buttery Italian-style french toast for a festive dessert or breakfast. This alternative french toast uses pandoro (similar to panettone) for a more decadent breakfast recipe, perfect for Christmas day pudding. Check out our other Christmas morning breakfast and brunch recipes here.
This tiramisu bomb is a great combination of desserts. It's a grown up one but is fun to make and delicious to eat. Your guests will love watching it being sliced open to reveal the layers of ice cream. Check out our best ice cream recipes here.
Want a warming pie recipe for your Christmas dessert? Check out Edd Kimber's black and blue crumble pie, with a blackberry and blueberry filling and a cardamom crumble topping. Want to learn how to make flaky pastry? Click the link to Edd Kimber's foolproof pastry recipe.
Check out our recipe for silky smooth espresso panna cotta. This dessert is an ideal way to end your Christmas Day indulgence, it's gluten-free and looks impressive. Click the link for more impressive gluten free recipes...
Cheesecake makes the best Christmas dessert. These black forest cheesecake bombs are fun and original. If you're looking for something different to serve after turkey and roasties, make a few of these. Guests will love the cherry surprise in the centre.
A Christmas dessert for all your sweet-toothed friends. It's full of cranberries, pistachios and candied peel...all the flavours of Christmas. It can be made in advance so it's one less thing to worry about over the festive season.
Chocolate and hazelnut torte is a serious creamy and indulgent treat. Our recipe only takes 30 minutes to whip up and can feed up to 12 people, a great Christmas dessert. Click here for our other Italian dessert recipes.
If you're a fan of fruity desserts, this clementine and prosecco trifle might be the one for you. Why not make a few trifles and let your guests dig in this Christmas....hopefully they'll be enough left for you too!
These olive oil chocolate pots with orange and sea salt are seriously creamy and indulgent. They're super simple to make and are a great dinner party dessert, perfect for the festive period.
Baking your own light-as-air soufflés is not as daunting a challenge as you might think. With our step-by-step guide making soufflés has never been easier. Impress your friends and families this Christmas with our simple white chocolate and pistachio recipe.
Need a showstopping Christmas pudding? Make this impressive terrine. It's a fun dessert that's layered with jam, chocolate and peanut butter...a real sweet treat that all the family will love.
If you're looking for a sophisticated yet fun dessert for Christmas Day, look no further. They use ginger biscuits, stem ginger and crystallised ginger meaning they're warm and spicy. They're quick to make so won't take away from preparing the turkey! Check out our best ginger recipes here.
White chocolate roulade with Baileys is an indulgent dessert for Christmas Day. Despite its impressive appearance, it's quite easy to make so you won't have to spend hours in the kitchen. If it goes down well you could make it for New Year's Eve, too. Click here for other roulade recipes.
Everyone deserves some luxury at Christmas time and this salted caramel and chocolate tart is the ultimate treat. Children will love it, but with the addition of sea salt flakes, adults will be obsessed with it too! If you love chocolate, click the link for more chocolate tart recipes.
This might look like a showstopper but it's incredibly simple to make. It's sweet and buttery... everything that a Christmas dessert should be. It's a big tart so there should be lots of leftovers for Boxing Day.
If you're not a fan of Christmas pudding but love chocolate, this pudding is the one for you. With Lindt balls hidden in the centre, it'll be a great surprise for guests when you cut into it! We've got lots more caramel cakes and bakes here.
If your guests love a classic Christmas, then make their day with this pudding. It's fruity and doused in Pedro Ximénez sherry. A boozy treat for all the adults at the Christmas table.
There's a reason there are three trifles on our list, it's a Christmas classic that's hard to beat. Using ginger cake gives this trifle a warm flavour and pineapple gives it an exotic edge....close your eyes and you'll be in the Caribbean!
This showstopper chocolate tart looks like a winter snow scene. With a buttery case, a rich thick filling and shavings of chocolate, your guests will leave not needing to eat for another few days!
If you've got lots of children coming over during the Christmas period, a gingerbread and white chocolate mousse would be a great hit. Serving them with mini gingerbread men is fun and original. They're creamy and spicy...a great combination.
If you're a bakewell tart lover, but fancy a change this Christmas, why not make this raspberry bakewell roulade? It's both fruity and nutty so it will keep all your guests happy. Drizzle with white icing and sprinkle with flaked almonds for a rustic look.
Christmas wouldn't be the same without a yule log. This one's a light sponge filled with boozy cream and covered in a rich chocolate buttercream. Make it on Christmas Eve and leave a piece out for Father Christmas and his reindeers...that's if you don't eat it all yourself! Looking for Christmas baking inspiration? Click here for our best ever Christmas baking recipes...
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