Are you ready for the holiday season? It feels like summer just happened, and now the wintry months are just around the corner. These delightfully minty recipes will warm you up and treat you right this winter! Also, the answer is no, I will never get tired of puns. You’re welcome.
Peppermint Recipes for Every Day of the Month
1. Peppermint Hot Chocolate by Gal on a Mission
Zazz up a favorite winter classic with a little peppermint extract. Bonus? Make it zazzier with peppermint schnapps instead for a little adult-friendly flavor!
Cookies? Cream? Peppermint? Ice Cream? SIGN ME UP!
Okay, not only are these no-bake but the recipes call for only four ingredients and they are the twin to the Girl Scout’s beloved mint cookie.
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This decadent mousse is dairy-free, but you can easily sub the coconut cream with heavy cream if you’d like to have a little milk in your mousse!
This is a great go-to to spice up any holiday dessert!
These babies are no-bake and don’t even require a stove (as long as you can melt chocolate in your microwave)!
The only thing better than fudge is layered fudge.
This is an easy but impressive treat to make ahead and take to a party, to have after dinner, or to sneak from the freezer!
9. Peppermint Cannoli by Amanda Williams on My Recipes
This recipe includes other flavor options for the filling, including Eggnog! The perfect way to holiday-up a beloved Italian treat.
This treat is salty, sweet, and a little minty. A trio of tastes!
After bingeing The Great British Baking show, I’m determined to perfect “The Roll.” Luckily, there is a flavor for every holiday so you can expect at least one recipe for every roundup we do!
3-ingredient cousin to the milkshake…bonus: a way to make this an adults-only bevvie!
My grandmother always makes chocolate or pecan meringue kisses at Christmas, so I can’t wait to share this recipe with her!
I’ve told you all I have a thing for layers. What’s more wintery than that? Layers of peppermint chocolate, icing, and brownie, that’s what!
15. Candy Cane Syrup by Chica and Jo
Finally a way to use up leftover candy canes AND live out your life like Buddy the Elf
I can’t wait to test this recipe out—how good does a hot chocolate with a jumbo peppermint marshmallow sound??
These cookies are more like bars which means one fewer step (cutting one giant cookie into bars rather than rolling out individual ones) and there’s icing and peppermint crunchies. Soft, chewy cookies, peppermint, icing, crunching…it’s a plethora of flavors and textures!
18. Peppermint Popcorn by Simply Scratch
This is the one is also sweet, salty and crunchy. Plus, since it’s popcorn it’s totally a snack and not a dessert, amiright?!
Could these be any more decadent? Sally adds coffee into the cake mixture which really brings out the chocolate flavor and elevates the whole profile of the cupcake.
These wafer cookies look like those cookies that come with really fancy coffee drinks. I never thought to make them at home! If you want to fancy-up your coffee, have something light and pepperminty to offer guests, or create a fun treat to share as holiday gifts, these Peppermint Stick Cookie are for you.
Easy, beautiful, no-bake peppermint white chocolate cheesecake? Yum, yes please! Plus, you have the option to crush up the oreos by hand, helloooo hammer and a ziploc bag!
These are a pepperminty-twist to a time-honored chocolate peanut butter cup treat!
I’ve never seen a chocolate bread pudding recipe, so when I came across one that was chocolate pepperminty I thought I had to add it to the roundup!
This is dessert in the form of punch! Now that’s a party!
Okay so I know there is another recipe for fudge on this roundup but that one is layered and this one is sweet-and-salty. Totally different! Totally delicious.
This dessert is easy to throw together and a great make-ahead idea. Just beware, you need time for the dessert to set. You might as well have it ready-made and stashed in the freezer at all times, just to be safe!
27. Peppermint Taffy by Taste of Home
This recipe reminds me of the saltwater taffy I used to get when we went down the shore as kids. Who doesn’t want a little something to remind them of childhood and the sea?
These beauts take an hour to make or less, and the quicker I can take ingredients, put them together, and then put them in my mouth, the better!
Another marshmallow recipe because I just couldn’t help myself. This one is dipped in chocolate, so it’s basically 100% different.
Dessert for breakfast…sounds good to me!
Bonus: Peppermint Candy by PopSugar
A recipe for DIY peppermint candy, or candy canes if you shape them right, I’ll just leave this last recipe here for you…
What are your favorite peppermint recipes? We’d love to try them!
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