After Eight iced sherbert
Blitzed up frozen berries, some yoghurt and a load of the 3,000 after-dinner mints you've got knocking around make a wonderful unexpected dessert. It's refreshing and, if you're feeling really good you can swap in reduced fat yoghurt and go easy on the icing sugar.
An oldie but a goodie, this rocky road recipe from Amateur Gourmet is a simple peanut and leftover marshmallow miracle.
Deep breaths guys, because here is your favourite pointed chocolate treat in shortbread form. Look at the ingredients, sure, but it doesn't pay to think about them too much.
Your favourite boozy cream dessert with lashings of indulget Lindt chocolate. Woah.
Curly Wurly pie
Probably the most overlooked chocolate bar in the Xmas selection box, show it some love by baking it in this Curly Wurly pie... with Hobnobs.
Ferrero Rocher brownies
Be the ultimate height of class and bake your nutty balls into this tray of gooey brownies. This is the stuff of legends.
Chocolate orange truffles
When your tasty chocolate orange has been snaffled away, why not make your very own with leftover Cointreau and melted dark chocolate? This recipe for chocolate orange truffles by Lavendar and Lovage will make a very sweet 'thanks for all my presents' gift.
Toblerone ice cream cake
Or if you're feeling in a more chilled out mood, have a go at this super-duper easy ice cream loggy thing by The Stone Soup.
Chocolate box slice
Jennifer at Millk and Honey has left us speechless with this chocolate box slice creation. It's basically any remaining chocolate boxes tipped into a tray and given an irresistible crust. Because even though we're all stuffed after crimbo there isn't a human being alive who wouldn't find room for this.
If you're clean out of energy after Christmas, then this recipe for Rolo biscuits is definitely for you. A couple of Ritz crackers and a lone Rolo later you've got yourself a seriously sexy dipping biscuit.
If your gluttonous siblings haven't snaffled every last one, you're bound to find a box of these creamy-centred delights loose in the house. Why not be the model citizen and thank grannies and grandads for presents with freshly baked Lindor cookies? These by Butter Baking look subliiime.
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