When it comes to holiday confections, any no-bake confection in the form of a snack or a treat is most welcomed as time becomes shorter and more hurried. This is attributed to the fact that as the big day draws closer, we have less time to spend baking and assembling more complex items. 12 Snacks and Treats of Christmas is a collection with at least one recipe for every taste or preference!
A few days ago, I published 12 Snacks and Treats of Christmas. It was a Lord Byron’s Kitchen holiday series – much like the many I have shared over the past few years. I published one recipe each day for 12 consecutive days, and just like when each series ends, I’m placing all of the recipes from that series into one post.
I do this because it’s easy to miss a recipe, especially when there are 12 of them day after day. Not everyone has time to check out a recipe every day. And, not everyone who reads my recipes has subscribed to my blog. Lastly, rather than having you search for each of the recipes, it’s easier just to scroll down one page and see them all at once.
On the backend, I’ve done all the work for you. As soon as you see a picture of a bar or square that you like, just click on the green highlighted box that says “CHECK OUT THE RECIPE.” A new window will open in your browser so that you don’t lose your place on this page. No searching, no downloading, each and every recipe is just a click away. Let’s get to it!
Looking For More Christmas Confections?
Lord Byron’s Kitchen has more than enough to satisfy your sweet tooth! Click on the links below to see a countdown series of holiday recipes from that category!
Lord Byron’s Annual Christmas Cookie Series
Did you know that Lord Byron’s Kitchen has been sharing a 24 Cookies of Christmas Series for the past several years? Click on the links below to see all of the recipes from each series on one page!
STORING, PACKAGING, & FREEZING
Most snacks and treats can be frozen for long periods of time. If you plan to freeze them, pile them into a clean, food-safe container. The container must be freezer friendly! You’ll want to ensure a very tight-fitting lid too. I use these quite often when freezing baked goods. I like to place a sheet of plastic wrap over the top of the container before pushing the lid on. This helps to create a better seal. The goal is to keep all of that freshness locked in! You can freeze most bars and squares for up to three months. Each individual recipe in this collection will tell you whether or not freezing is a good idea.
12 SNACKS AND TREATS OF CHRISTMAS
There you go, Dear Reader! 12 Snacks and Treats of Christmas are all on one page for you to peruse and drool over! I trust you will be able to find a recipe or two from this list that fits into your holiday baking time and schedule.
Once you’re done with this list, I invite you to join me for more exciting and delicious recipes in the new year. I think I’ve had my fix of Christmas-related recipes for a while! Ha! Merry Christmas, Dear Reader, and a wonderfully Happy New Year!