So many of the holiday recipes are for candy, and cookies. Don't get me wrong, those are delicious and we all look forward to these treats! I was just wondering what your favorite dessert recipe is that comes in a 9x13 in. pan that you look forward to at Christmas! Looking for something to make next week for a crew at work!
Thanks in advance for your postings!
100% would make again
This is one of DH'S favorites and the green color is nice for the Holidays.
PITSTACHIO DELIGHTBottom layer1 cup flour1/2 cup butter1/2 cup slivered almondsMix and pat into 9x13 pan and bake ar 350F for 15 min. coolSecond layer1 8oz pkg. creamcheese1 cup whipped toppingSpread on cooled baseThird layer2 pkg. (small) instant pistachio pudding2 2/3 cups milkSpread over second layerForth layer1 cup whipped toppingSpread over third layer and sprinkle with sliced almonds.Put in fridge or freeze.
Last year this was a hit for several Christmas gatherings
Bake a white or yellow cake mix according to package. Bake in cake pan. Let cool. Poke holes lightly throughout the cake. Mix a box of strawberry or cherry jello according to directions. Pour over cake. Set in refrigerator to set up. Ice with a box of cool whip.
for a covered dish dinner, I spice the recipe up by placing sliced strawberries on top of jello then ice with cool whip. Refreshing and festive.
32 large marshmallows1 cup of milk30 graham crackers (crushed)5 tbsps of butter (melted)20 oz. can of crushed pineapple1 pint of whipping cream
Melt the marshmallows in milk and let cool. Mix the graham wafers and melted butter, reserve 3 tbsps and press the rest into a 9x13 pan. Drain the pineapple, whip the whipping cream and mix together then add the melted marshmallows. Pour over the crust and sprinkle with reserved crumbs. Chill before serving.
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Well, the only Christmas dessert I make in a 9 x 13 pan IS cookies... bar cookies. lol. The first thing that comes to mind is gumdrop cookies. Except for the time it takes to chop the gumdrops, they're quick and easy to make.
Here is a recipe I copied from Star a loooooooong time ago and it's always a hit!
Bumping for more for her.
This is a dessert that I came up with a few years ago -- it's always a huge hit! It's different than the usual eclair dessert recipes, and just super yummy!
Chocolate Eclair DessertMake this the day ahead, so it has time to chill and set in the fridge. This dessert tastes EXACTLY like chocolate eclairs, only a lot easier!
List of Ingredients2 pkgs of Keebler fudge stripe cookies8 oz carton Cool Whip2 small pkgs instant vanilla pudding3 cups milk1 8-oz pkg cream cheese1 can Eagle Brand sweetened condensed milk1 can of ready to use dark chocolate fudge frostingPlace one layer of cookies in bottom of a 9 x 13 dish, set aside. (Break some cookies in half to fit if needed.)Using a whisk or a hand mixer, blend together the pudding mixes and 3 cups of milk. Set aside to thicken.In another bowl (no need to wash the beaters, everything will end up together anyway), beat together the cream cheese and sweetened condensed milk.Now beat together the pudding mixture and the cream cheese mixture; fold in the Cool Whip.Spread the pudding mixture over the cookies in the dish. Place another layer of cookies on top.For the chocolate topping ...Take the can of dark chocolate fudge frosting ... warm it in the microwave on low until it's thinned enough to pour. Drizzle over the top layer of cookies, spreading with a spatula as needed (work quickly, it sets up fast!).Refrigerate several hours or overnight before serving.
I make lots of 9x13 cakes which are really good but these are a couple of our favorites at Christmas. They also need to be made ahead and put in the freezer for easy serving when you're ready. A great feature at this busy time of the year.
The Oreo ice cream cake - and I make it at Christmas with either peppermint ice cream - or cherry vanilla. Really pretty and quite festive.
The other favorite is the Coconut Cloud Cake. Both are posted on the board but I will do a quick search and post them.
THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU for all of your recipes!! How can I just try one????
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