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Peanut Pretzel Toffee Bark

Peanut Pretzel Toffee Bark

Peanut Pretzel Toffee Bark

My toffee has been a traditional must-make treat for my family and friends for over 40 years. My Dad taught me to make great fudge from scratch but my toffee was his favorite candy and each time I make it, I think of him. —Barbara Estabrook, Rhinelander, Wisconsin

Cranberry Cheese Crumb Pie

Cranberry Cheese Crumb Pie

Cranberry Cheese Crumb Pie

My mind works overtime to plan treats that surprise the family. They give this cranberry pie a “wow” and invite friends over to share it. —Lorraine Caland, Shuniah, ON

Gingersnap Crumb Pear Pie

Gingersnap Crumb Pear Pie

Gingersnap Crumb Pear Pie

This basic recipe was one my grandmother used for making crumble pies from fresh fruit. She simply substituted oats, gingersnaps or vanilla wafers depending on the fruit. Pear was always my favorite. I added the ginger and caramel to give it a new twist. —Fay Moreland, Wichita Falls, Texas
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Holiday Fruit Pie

Holiday Fruit Pie

Holiday Fruit Pie

My mom is an excellent pie maker, so I learned from the best. If my pie with cranberries and pineapple seems tart, sprinkle sugar on the lattice. —Courtney Stultz, Columbus, KS

Eggnog Cream with Spiced Pecan Raisin Dunkers

Eggnog Cream with Spiced Pecan Raisin Dunkers

Eggnog Cream with Spiced Pecan Raisin Dunkers

I have a thing for eggnog and other creamy desserts like s’mores, pudding, mousses and dips. So I turned them into one yummy dip with homemade dunkers. —Arlene Erlbach, Morton Grove, IL

Coconut Eggnog Pie

Coconut Eggnog Pie

Coconut Eggnog Pie

This easy recipe became a family favorite by happy accident. I was trying to use up extra eggnog and coconut from other holiday baking—and they are so good together. —Fay Moreland, Wichita Falls, TX

Cranberry Clementine Bars

Cranberry Clementine Bars

Cranberry Clementine Bars

I love a good lemon bar but when the holidays roll around and clementines are everywhere, I make this holiday twist on a classic dessert. —Laurie Lufkin, Essex, MA

Cranberry-Kissed Chocolate Silk

Cranberry-Kissed Chocolate Silk

Cranberry-Kissed Chocolate Silk

I combined fresh cranberry salad with the rich custard known as pots de crème, and the result is ever so elegant compared to the usual desserts. —Carmell Childs, Ferron, UT

Buttery Coconut Bars

Buttery Coconut Bars

Buttery Coconut Bars

My coconut bars are an American version of a Filipino coconut cake called bibingka. These are a crispier, sweeter take on the Christmas tradition I grew up liking. —Denise Nyland, Panama City, FL

Must-Have Tiramisu

Must-Have Tiramisu

Must-Have Tiramisu

This is the perfect guilt-free version of a classic dessert. My friends even say that they prefer my healthy recipe over other tiramisu.—Ale Gambini, Beverly Hills, California

Lemon Ginger Icebox Cake

Lemon Ginger Icebox Cake

Lemon Ginger Icebox Cake

Everyone searches for grand desserts that have easy ingredients and minimal effort. My lemony ginger icebox cake is the answer. It’s a holiday lifesaver. —Suzanne Banfield, Basking Ridge, NJ
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