Quick & Easy Holiday Desserts

Looking for quick and easy holiday dessert options? The Ginger Optimist has you covered! Click the links below for instructional videos and recipes.

Pistachio Salad is blend of creamy and crunchy and is a breeze to make! This lovely dessert is sure to delight the senses without breaking the bank. Click here for more information.

If Pistachio Salad isn’t your style, try Cranberry Jello Salad!  This sweet treat is also quick and easy but big on taste. I made this one for Thanksgiving and my family loved it.

Love pumpkin? These Gluten Free Pumpkin Muffins are an excellent option if savory sweet is more your style. And if the words “gluten free” in the title make you nervous, let me assure you there’s nothing to fear here.  These muffins don’t just smell good, they taste divine.  No cardboard flavor here!

For a tasty option that’s high in fiber, check out My Pecan Log Roll. This healthier version of the Georgia Pecan Log Rolls is the perfect option for those that like their sugar a little salty.

And for my friends who love to bake and aren’t looking for a quick and easy option, here’s a recipe that will flood your tastebuds with flavor. This Carrot Cake is a holiday favorite at my house.

These are a few of my favorites, but there are many more options to be found on The Ginger Optimist YouTube channel.

Have a great day and thank you for stopping by my kitchen!

Published by thegingeroptimist

My name is Jan McIntyre, also known as The Ginger Optimist. I love Jesus, cooking, baking, making my own DIY products, photography, makeup, bargain shopping and encouraging others.

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