Holiday Baking: Something Old, Something New
Sweet SurprisesChocolate Peppermint Cake
A feast for the eyes as well as the taste buds, this gorgeous cake is truly a gift.
Why settle for little gingerbread people when you can create a whole gingerbread scene? Gingerbread is surprisingly easy to work with -- and the final result is delicious.
Traditional linzer cookies use raspberry jam as a filling. In this unique recipe, we cut the cookies into the shape of holly leaves, with the raspberry jam peeking through berry-shaped cutouts.
Dress up an old favorite with down-home Southern flair. A mixture of ricotta and orange sweet potatoes gives this cheesecake its unique lightness.
This fondue is ready in 5 minutes for a fun new holiday cookie presentation.
Cranberry and orange work well together, as do chocolate and orange -- the three come together in these delicate, delicious morsels.
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas with these "snow-topped" treats.
These delicate cookies melt in your mouth. The decorating sugar gives the snowflakes a little extra sparkle.
This easy-to-make trifle is a real showstopper. It's chock-full of three types of berries and chopped bittersweet chocolate.
Gorgeous enough for the tree and yummy enough for the holiday meal.
A holiday tradition in France, this pretty, log-shaped jelly roll cake gets decorated with chocolate-dipped hazelnuts and currants.
Give the oven a rest and get the chills out with this festive and warming beverage. Cinnamon is a regular partner for chocolate in Mexican cuisine.