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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.

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Caramel Fudge Brownies

Caramel Fudge Brownies

Caramel Fudge Brownies

"These brownies are so rich and yummy, you'll never guess they're lightened up," relateds Priscilla Renfrow of Wilson, North Carolina.

Chocolate-Dipped Anise Biscotti

Chocolate-Dipped Anise Biscotti

Chocolate-Dipped Anise Biscotti

Classic biscotti cookies take on a whole new level of deliciousness with help from licorice-laced aniseed. Wrap up these sweet treats for your friends and family to enjoy with a steaming cup of coffee. —Leslie Kelley, Klamath Falls, Oregon

Cranberry Celebration Cheesecake

Cranberry Celebration Cheesecake

Cranberry Celebration Cheesecake

This pretty cheesecake is a cranberry and dessert lover's dream. Cool and creamy, it's just right for the holidays—or any day! —Teri Rasey, Cadillac, Michigan
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Easy Mock Devonshire Cream

Easy Mock Devonshire Cream

Easy Mock Devonshire Cream

I always serve this tasty no-fuss cream with fresh fruit to usher in a new season. Prepare it the day before for added convenience.

Festive White Chocolate Cheesecake

Festive White Chocolate Cheesecake

Festive White Chocolate Cheesecake

A buttery shortbread crust, creamy white chocolate filling and tangy cranberry-raspberry sauce add up to one mouthwatering dessert. Top with whipped cream and berries, and you have a show-stopper that's bound to win raves.—Mary Alice Graves, Kempton, Indiana

New York-Style Cheesecake Mousse

New York-Style Cheesecake Mousse

New York-Style Cheesecake Mousse

This cheesecake mousse actually tastes better after chilling overnight. Once chilled, it can be covered with plastic wrap and refrigerated for up to three days. Berries are optional, but they're a flavorful and festive way to dress up this dessert. —Caroline Wamelink, Cleveland Heights, Ohio

Peanut Butter Cheese Torte

Peanut Butter Cheese Torte

Peanut Butter Cheese Torte

This dessert has long been a favorite with my family. I especially like the fact that it requires no baking—and who doesn't like peanut butter with chocolate?

Quick Apple Crisp

Quick Apple Crisp

Quick Apple Crisp

This dessert can be assembled in a snap and cooks up in minutes, making it a delectable dessert for unexpected guests. You'll love it served with a scoop of vanilla ice cream or whipped topping.—Suzie Salle, Renton, Washington

Raspberry Ribbon Cheesecake Pie

Raspberry Ribbon Cheesecake Pie

Raspberry Ribbon Cheesecake Pie

This attractive pie is a favorite of mine for family gatherings. But I have to bake more than one because some of my relatives worry that they won't get a piece!

Walnut Mincemeat Pie

Walnut Mincemeat Pie

Walnut Mincemeat Pie

Meet the Cook: As a cold and tasty finishing touch, my husband and I usually put a dip of ice cream on top of this pie. The recipe's from my mother - each year, I make it for Christmas, and then for my sister-in-law's New Year's party besides. -Laverne Kamp, Kutztown, Pennsylvania

Impressive Traditional Cheesecake

Impressive Traditional Cheesecake

Impressive Traditional Cheesecake

This impressive tall cheesecake is rich and creamy, but not too sweet. “It goes equally well with a cup of coffee or a glass of wine,” Anne Addesso assures from Sheboygan, Wisconsin.
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