Best Desserts To Eat In The Winter
Start writing a post
Lifestyle

11 Winter Desserts That Taste BEST When It's 32 Degrees Or Colder Outside

You butter believe it.

39
11 Winter Desserts That Taste BEST When It's 32 Degrees Or Colder Outside

Pumpkin spice and peppermint are great flavors, but there are so many more to try!

Thankfully, there are tons of new recipes at our fingertips perfect for winter.

Winter desserts can range from pie to pudding, and luckily there is a perfect recipe for everyone's liking.

Here is a list of 11 various delicious warm desserts that are perfect for any winter night!

Apple Cake With Toffee Crust

The prep time for this dessert is a long one, but the end result is worth it! Although it takes time, this recipe from Food & Wine is seemingly easy to follow.

Buckeye Pie

If you like chocolate and peanut butter, this dessert is perfect for you! With Oreos, peanut butter, and chocolate chips, your chocolate and peanut butter cravings will be satisfied! Get the recipe from Delish.

Caramel Apple Pie

Wikimedia Commons

Apple pie with a caramel drizzle. It can't get any better than that! For the apple and caramel lovers, try this recipe is by Delish!

Pumpkin Cheesecake Roll

This is like a loaf of pumpkin bread with cheesecake filling, which seems like the perfect combination of bread and cream cheese. For the best results, follow this recipe from Delish.

Peanut Butter Cup Cheesecake

If pumpkin isn't so much your thing, maybe peanut butter is! This combination of peanut butter, chocolate, and cheesecake is likely to satisfy any peanut butter and cheesecake lover's appetite! Get the full recipe from Good Housekeeping.

Sparkly Apple Slab Pie

This cinnamon apple granola pie is perfect for any chilly evening. It goes hand in hand with some ice cream! Get the recipe from Good Housekeeping here.

Brown Sugar Cinnamon Ice Cream

There is nothing better than homemade ice cream to top off any type of pie! This deliciously creamy recipe by Sugar Dish Me is sure to satisfy any sweet tooth.

Pumpkin Pecan Cobbler

Flickr / Ralph Daily

The pumpkin taste is great for winter, and the pecans are great for crunch! Cobbler is one of the best desserts to have during the winter, and this recipe by Lauren's Latest is sure to satisfy your sweet tooth!

Honey Pound Cake

This sweet pound cake is a perfect dessert for any winter occasion. This flavorful recipe by Country Living is sure to satisfy any love for cake.

Dark Chocolate Pecan Toffee

These bits of dark chocolate pecan toffee is the perfect snack for the winter days. This recipe by Country Living is sure to satisfy any craving for chocolate!

Pecan Pralines

Small pecan praline bites are a great snack for the winter. This recipe by Country Living is sure to keep your snack game high during the colder months.

Report this Content
Student Life

10 Signs You Grew Up In A Small Town

Whether you admit it or not, that tiny town will always have your heart.

228
The Odyssey

1. You still talk to people that you went to elementary school with.

These are the people you grew up with and the people you graduated high school with. The faces you see in kindergarten are the same faces you’ll see for the rest of your life.

Keep Reading... Show less
Student Life

150 Words For Anyone Who Loves Football Games

Why I love high school football games, even though I don't like football.

1512
Dallas News

When most think of high school they think of friend drama, parties, getting your drivers license, and best of all foot ball games.

Keep Reading... Show less
Politics

10 Greatest Speeches In Modern American History

The United States is a relatively infantile nation, but its legacy of spoken rhetoric is one of the richest in the world.

4410
flickr

Rhetoric, in all its forms, arrives under the scrutiny of historians both for its historical impact and literary value. Dozens of speeches have either rallied the nation together or driven it drastically apart –– the impact of speeches in politics, social movements, and wars is undeniable.

Keep Reading... Show less
Politics

What If The U.N. Actually United The Nations?

This is me taking a break from being cynical and imagining how the world could be one day.

4829
Unsplash

By now, people are probably sick of hearing me talk about myself, so I’m changing it up this week. In keeping with the subject of my J-Term class, I’m asking myself a political what-if question. What if we could create a sovereign global government firmly grounded in justice that could actually adjudicate Earth’s many disparate nation-states into one unified world government?

Keep Reading... Show less
Featured

100 Things I'd Rather Do Than Study

Procrastination Nation, unite.

4940
Panda Whale
Here are 100 things I'd rather to than study. I know the semester just started, but

    1. Watch a movie
    2. Take a nap
    3. Have a dance party
    4. Eat ice cream
    5. Bake a cake
    6. Cry just a little bit
    7. Knit a blanket
    8. Learn to ride a bike
    9. Build a crib
    10. Watch a hockey game
    11. Watch any game
    12. Play with my hair
    13. Dye my hair
    14. Go grocery shopping
    15. Learn to crochet
    16. Do 50 jumping jacks
    17. Drive cross country
    18. Take a bubble bath
    19. Squeeze lemons for lemonade
    20. Sell the lemonade
    21. Make heart-shaped ice cubes
    22. Moisturize my knees
    23. Paint my nails
    24. Find the cure for cancer
    25. Run a marathon
    26. Just kidding, run down the hall
    27. Squat my bodyweight
    28. Eat my bodyweight in French fries
    29. Hibernate until Christmas
    30. Cuddle my body pillow (unless you have a boo)
    31. Think about all the work I’m not doing
    32. Wash my bed sheets
    33. Vacuum my apartment
    34. Play mini golf
    35. Go swimming
    36. Tan in this Texas heat
    37. Sing like I’m about to win American Idol
    38. Blow up balloons
    39. Pop the balloons
    40. Make lists
    41. Write an Odyssey article
    42. Pet a puppy
    43. Adopt a puppy
    44. Pay my rent
    45. Order a pizza
    46. Start a garden
    47. Cook a turkey
    48. Find new music
    49. Clean my waffle iron
    50. Learn to make jam
    51. Jam to music
    52. Play scrabble
    53. Volunteer anywhere
    54. Celebrate a birthday
    55. Watch a makeup tutorial I’ll never use
    56. Go through old pictures on my phone
    57. Make a playlist
    58. Take a shower
    59. Clean my room
    60. Curl my hair
    61. Climb a rock wall
    62. Get a massage
    63. Play with Snapchat filters
    64. Roast a chicken
    65. Go fishing
    66. Chug some Snapple
    67. Ride in a cart around Walmart
    68. Count the days until the semester is over
    69. Overthink about my future
    70. Think of my future baby’s names
    71. Pin everything on Pinterest
    72. Text anybody
    73. Pray about life
    74. Watch a sunset
    75. Watch a sunrise
    76. Have a picnic
    77. Read a book (that’s not for school)
    78. Go to a bakery
    79. Snuggle a bunny
    80. Clean my apartment
    81. Wash my dishes
    82. Rearrange my furniture
    83. Physically run away from my problems
    84. Make some meatballs
    85. Learn to make bread
    86. Google myself
    87. Ride a Ferris wheel
    88. Get stuck on a Ferris wheel (that way, it’s not my fault I’m not studying)
    89. Wash my car
    90. Get on a plane to Neverland
    91. Find Narnia in my closet
    92. Jump on a trampoline
    93. Learn to ice skate
    94. Go rollerblading
    95. Ride a rollercoaster
    96. Carve a pumpkin
    97. Restore water in a third world country
    98. FaceTime my family
    99. Hug my mom
    100. Tell my friends I love them

    Subscribe to Our Newsletter

    Facebook Comments