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Christmas dessert is the post-lunch treat that everyone is craving after the turkey is devoured and the prawns well and truly snaffled.

And these delights are both delectable and a cinch to make. From Christmas cheesecake to frozen bombe and a showstopping pav wreath, there’s a Christmas dessert here to please everyone in the family.

Lotus Christmas Cheesecakelotus cheesecake

A Christmas dessert with a Biscoff twist – we’re living for it! A cheesecake is always a great make-ahead dessert, so you can concentrate on the hot food on the big day.

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Chocolate Ripple Cake Christmas Wreath

Chocolate Ripple Cake made into the shape of a Christmas Wreath and topped with various berries, pomegranate seeds and mint leaves

When it comes to easy, peasy Christmas desserts, it doesn’t get much easier than a chocolate ripple cake. And this festive twist is just divine. Decorate the finished cake to look like a Christmas wreath with your family’s fave fruits – yum!

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Gingerbread Cheesecake

Gingerbread Cheesecake

Oh hey, nothing to see here, except your new favourite Christmas dessert! Totally decadent and oozing with the flavours of Christmas, the combination of gingerbread and cheesecake is amazing!

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Pavlova Christmas Berry Wreath 

Pavlova Christmas Wreath

A marriage made in dessert heaven – Christmas and pav. Use ready-made meringues for an even easier dessert that just needs to be assembled minutes before serving.

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Fruit Mince Cupcakes Christmas Dessert

Fruit Mince Cupcakes

A kid-friendly dessert with a Christmasy slant, these fruit mince cupcakes can be made in advance and frozen so you can get the hop on Christmas cooking.

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Baked Christmas Donuts

Christmas Donuts

A healthier after Christmas dinner treat, add a festive touch to these baked donuts with a few lolly decorations.

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Frozen Christmas Bombe

Frozen Christmas Bombe recipe

On a scorching Christmas Day, ditch the plum pudding for a less traditional, but refreshing Frozen Christmas Bombe. The crunch of hazelnuts combined with the sweetness of condensed milk is delish.

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Chocolate Mousse Pavlova

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Oh you sweet thing you! A delightfully festive Christmas dessert which is fast and easy to make.

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Christmas Trifle

Christmas Trifle

There’s no need to overcomplicate Christmas dessert. With just a handful of ingredients this easy trifle will put the jingle in everyone’s bells.

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Chocolate Ripple Christmas Log

Choc Ripple Christmas Log

Chocolate Ripple bikkies to the rescue yet again! Lightening quick but super delicious, this is a make ahead dessert that will still wow.

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Christmas Broken Glass Jelly Dessert

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Super pretty and just the ticket for a sweet treat after a big Christmas lunch, there are only four ingredients in this jolly dessert.

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White Chocolate Yule Log

White Choc Yule Log

Totally decadent (it’s Christmas after all!), with the perfect balance of chocolate and fruit, this log is far more simple than it looks.

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Christmas Pudding Recipe

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If you’re a traditionalist, it’s hard to go past a pud for Christmas dessert. But this gem is low in fat. Extra slice please!

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  • Omg! So many amazing scrumptious dessert recipes that I’d love to try.. i can’t pick just one

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  • So many favorite recipes. Thanks for the remind us to make it for the Christmas.

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  • yum too many to choose from. Love the chocolate ripple Christmas log

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  • So many really lovely desserts to try. Love a good old Christmas pavlova…

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  • I’m definitely adding the chocolate ripple wreath to my Christmas list. This looks like a simple and delicious dessert. Sure to be a hit with the whole family.

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  • Lovely assortment of recipes for everyone.

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  • Oh so many good recipes, definitely saving this

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  • I never remember to leave room for dessert


    • They’re not on my preferred list either ;)

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  • These are great for “take a plate” occasions – they look really good.

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  • These desserts are a real feast for the eyes as well as tastebuds.

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  • Ok I am officially excited for some Christmas cooking! Last year I made little fruit Santas with banana slices for the head, cream for the white part of the hat, and a strawberry for the top of the hat. I can’t remember what I used for the eyes, sultanas would work well. Now that my daughter is a bit older I think she will appreciate them more so we’ll do them again this year! Personally, I can’t wait for fruit-covered pavlova – yum!!

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  • Get in ma bellyyyyyy…
    God I wish I liked cooking enough to cook deserts like these.

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  • All of these recipes look amazing!

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  • Yum!!! They all seriously look so good!

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  • So many favourties and all look very yummy

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