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New Year's Desserts

Looking for New Year's desserts? Get easy to make New Year's dessert recipes. Taste of Home has dessert recipes for New Year's and New Year's Eve including cookies, pudding, pies, and more New Year's desserts.

Flourless Chocolate Cake with Peanut Butter Ice Cream

Flourless Chocolate Cake with Peanut Butter Ice Cream

Flourless Chocolate Cake with Peanut Butter Ice Cream

This luscious dessert features a chocolaty cake, peanut butter ice cream and a smooth coffee-flavored sauce. Every element can conveniently be made in advance.—Rebekah Beyer, Sabetha, Kansas

Chocolate Espresso Cake

Chocolate Espresso Cake

Chocolate Espresso Cake

You can have your cake and eat it too with this lower-in-calorie, decadent cake. This single layer, rich chocolate cake is draped with a fantastic cherry sauce. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen
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Maple Pecan Bars

Maple Pecan Bars

Maple Pecan Bars

Baking these bars fills me with warm memories of my Grandma Marie, who made a similar recipe. The pecan treats are popular at our office cookie exchange.—Amanda Spearing, Newton, Iowa

Toffee Bar Brownie Torte

Toffee Bar Brownie Torte

Toffee Bar Brownie Torte

Heads will turn when you serve this showstopping cake. The mild espresso frosting nicely complements the bittersweet brownie layers.—Megan Byers, Wichita, Kansas

Peppermint Candy Cheesecake

Peppermint Candy Cheesecake

Peppermint Candy Cheesecake

I like to use this festive peppermint cheesecake as a dramatic centerpiece on my dinner table. It's a traditional Christmas dessert in my family. —Linda Stemen, Monroeville, Indiana

Chocolate-Nut Caramel Tart

Chocolate-Nut Caramel Tart

Chocolate-Nut Caramel Tart

With just a few ingredients and in less time than you'd think, this sinfully rich tart is ready to go. It's a good recipe to have up your sleeve for any gathering. —Kathy specht, Clinton, Montana

Peanut Butter Chocolate Tart

Peanut Butter Chocolate Tart

Peanut Butter Chocolate Tart

I've been submitted recipes for years to Taste of Home recipe contest, but never dreamed that I would win. I love peanut butter and add it to many of the desserts I make. This is one of my best and anyone who loves peanut butter cups will be in heaven when they take a bite of this rich, sensational tart. While it looks spectacular, it is very easy to put together.—Mary Ann Lee, Clifton Park, New York

Apple Pie Bundles

Apple Pie Bundles

Apple Pie Bundles

These cute bundles taste like an apple pie but without all of the work—no fork needed! The ingredients in this recipe can easily be doubled for when you're expecting a crowd. —Amy Wood, Wichita, Kansas

Almond Macaroon Tart

Almond Macaroon Tart

Almond Macaroon Tart

My husband loves his aunt's special almond cake, but she’s very secretive about her recipe. So I used that idea to create something new—a nutty, golden-brown tart.—Elisa Thoreson, Englishtown, New Jersey

Salted Soft Caramels

Salted Soft Caramels

Salted Soft Caramels

Velvety smooth homemade caramels have a sprinkling of kosher salt to create a sweet-salty sensation. Best of these caramels don't call for each to be wrapped in waxed paper or plastic wrap...a very tedious chore. The hot caramel is poured into miniature muffin liners instead.—Kathryn Conrad, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
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