These 20 Classy Christmas Cakes will delight your family and guests! There are cakes for every skill level!
In America, we often have pie for Christmas. In Japan, they have Christmas cake instead. It consists of two layers of sponge cake with strawberries and whipped cream in the middle. (Here’s a recipe from La Fuji Mama if you’d like to give it a try). Here in the states, we like the flavors of peppermint, chocolate, orange, and ginger around Christmas time. I thought it would be fun to round up some beautiful, delectable cakes you can make this holiday season. Some of them are super easy, and some of them take a little skill. But all are delicious and worthy of your holiday table!
This charming Snowy Gingerbread Village Cake on the Wilton blog really caught my eye! (If you don’t care too much about aesthetics, you could even let your kids help you decorate the gingerbread pieces!) You can just buy a gingerbread house kit with the pieces already made and the frosting included!
You cannot get more simple (or more delicious) than this Cranberry Christmas Cake by Barefeet in the Kitchen.
This Chocolate Peppermint Bark Roll Cake by A Treats Affair is a glorious mix of white chocolate, dark chocolate, and peppermint.
This Gingerbread Cake with Cinnamon Cream Cheese Frosting and Caramel Drizzle by Tornadough Alli will make all your Christmas dreams come true!
Oranges, cranberries, and walnuts are a match made in heaven! Get all these wonderful flavors in this Festive Cranberry Orange and Walnut Cake with Mascarpone Frosting on Supergolden Bakes.
You cannot have Christmas without toffee! This Christmas Chocolate Toffee Cake by Oh My Goodness Chocolate Desserts is the stuff of dreams! Forget the sugar plum fairies. I want this cake!
One of my all-time favorite flavor combos is chocolate and orange. Doesn’t this Chocolate Orange Layer Cake by Taming Twins look amazing? I love those chocolate orange pieces on top!
For all you poke-cake fans, here’s one just for the holidays! It’s this Christmas Red Velevet Poke Cake by Yummiest Food.
This Peppermint Chip Layer Cake by Life, Love and Sugar would be a showstopper!
Let’s not forget about the delicious flavors of eggnog! You can find them in this No Bake Eggnog Icebox Cake by Life, Love and Sugar.
If you love chocolate-covered cherries, then you must try these Black Forest Mini Cakes by Sugar Hero.
If you are vegan, gluten-free and/or nut-free, then these Chocolate Cranberry Christmas Mini Cakes by Nirvana Cakery are perfect for you!
This Chocolate Coconut Winter Wonderland Cake by Sprinkles for Breakfast looks like it would be so fun to make!
This Pomegranate Christmas Cake by Natasha’s Kitchen looks so beautiful!
Chocolate and peppermint are a match made in heaven in this Chocolate Peppermint Holiday Cake by The Kitchen McCabe.
If you like using fondant (or have always wanted to try!) get the tutorial for How to Make a Traditional Bow Christmas Cake at Hobby Craft. They have some great tips and tricks I never would have thought of!
This Gingerbread Bundt Cake by Love Grows Wild looks so classy and elegant!
These Snowflake Cupcakes at Glorious Treats look so delicate and lovely!
This Sparkling Cranberry White Chocolate Bundt Cake from Life, Love and Sugar is so festive!
Oh Nuts teaches you how to make chocolate pine cones to dress up any Christmas cake! Love this idea, and I’m totally going to try it myself!
There you have it! 20 gorgeous cakes for Christmas! If you are looking for a fantastic chocolate cake recipe that is allergy-friendly, try my Egg-Free Dairy-Free Chocolate Cake. It’s my all-time favorite chocolate cake recipe!
Happy holiday baking! And don’t forget to grab my FREE Favorite Cookies Cookbook!