It's simple: These very merry Christmas cookie recipes are favorites that you'll want to save, hand down, and make again and again. We've got all the classics, including sugar cookie recipes, Christmas spritz cookies, and spiced gingerbread recipes. Try one of our cookie recipes to share this Christmas!View Slideshow
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Mocha is a cross between two fabulous dessert flavors: chocolate and coffee. See how many ways the sweet duet can shine in these mocha dessert recipes, including chocolate brownies and bars, cappuccino cookies, and espresso-flavor candies.
With only 20 minutes of prep time, these coffee-flavor brownies are a snap to make. The secret? A refrigerated sugar cookie dough crust and a filling made from milk chocolate brownie mix.
For these sophisticated truffles, slip a spoonful of coffee liqueur into melted dark chocolate before chilling. The bite-size mocha dessert gets a pretty coating of white chocolate. If you like, add a sprinkling of coffee crystals for a finishing touch.
Spike a ho-hum vanilla shake with chocolate syrup and strong brewed coffee for a chilly chocolate dessert. The frosty treat takes just 10 minutes to prepare and gets an extra dose of sweetness from grated chocolate.
Espresso and cocoa powders form the bottom layer of this toothsome chocolate dessert, while amaretto and almond extract flavor the flaky white cake. Homemade cappuccino whipped cream provides a final hint of mocha.
Three times the chocolate makes this traditional Italian dessert better than ever. Chopped chocolate-covered coffee beans and espresso powder complete the mocha masterpiece.
Fudge fans will love this subtle coffee twist on the favorite chocolate dessert. Top each treat with an espresso bean using piped chocolate frosting.
Three layers is better than one when it comes to this chocolate dessert recipe. A dreamy ganache-and-cheesecake filling laced with coffee liqueur, dark rum, and coffee powder tops a crisp chocolate cookie crust. On top of it all sits sweet sour cream icing.
These chocolate treats look fancy, but they're simple to make. Just twist two ropes of chilled dough together, then bake to create this cool effect. Dip in a cocoa glaze for double the mocha flavor.
A sweet mocha frosting made from cocoa and instant coffee crystals is the perfect topper for this walnut-crusted torte. Chocolate curls provide a decadent finish to the easy-to-make cake recipe.
Coffee enhances the flavor of the chocolate in these dense brownies. Serve the chocolate dessert warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
These smooth and delicious chocolate custards make a great party dessert. Plus, they can be chilled for up to 24 hours.
Melted dark chocolate and creamy coffee-flavor mousse make these mocha tartlets a hit. Save time by making the chocolate desserts with store-bought phyllo pastry.
These fudgy mocha triangles are so rich that they require no frosting. A dusting of powdered sugar makes a pretty topper for the chocolate dessert.
For lots of chocolaty goodness without all the fat and calories, try these light-as-air mocha meringues. Each one has only 32 calories and is fat-free.
The malted milk powder used for both the chocolate bars and the frosting gives this dessert delicious flavor. Freeze any uniced leftovers for up to 3 months.