Eat and Drink Christmas desserts in NYC: Christmas tree doughnuts, snowpeeps and more By Meredith Deliso email@example.com December 21, 2016 3:45 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet gShare Email Christmas comes but once a year — as do limited-edition treats. Enjoy these creative takes on the holiday while you still can. Doughnut Plant’s Christmas tree doughnut Photo Credit: Doughnut Plant This impressive tree-shaped doughnut is coated with a mint glaze and filled with chocolate mint pudding. $4.50/each, available until 5 p.m. Dec. 24; multiple locations, doughnutplant.com Schmackary’s cookie cups Photo Credit: Schmackary’s These holiday-themed cookie cups, in funfetti or chocolate, are topped with a Santa hat, Christmas tree and, if you're feeling naughty, a Grinch. $3/each, available for December; 362 W. 45th St., 646-801-9866, schmackarys.com Bouchon Bakery’s gingerbread people Photo Credit: Deborah Jones The seasonal offerings at Thomas Keller's bakery include its decorated gingerbread cookies. $7.50/two, available through Jan. 1; Rockefeller Center, One Rockefeller Plaza, 212-782-3890, Time Warner Center, 10 Columbus Circle, third floor, 212-823-9366, thomaskeller.com Epicerie Boulud’s Snowpeeps Photo Credit: Epicerie Boulud These little marshmallow peeps make a great stocking stuffer. $7.50/two, available for December; Lincoln Center, 1900 Broadway, 212-595-9606, Plaza Food Hall, 1 W. 59th St., 212-794-2825, World Trade Center Oculus, 185 Greenwich St. - LL 4000, 212-595-9605, epicerieboulud.com The Good Batch’s peppermint meringue kisses Photo Credit: Instagram/ The Good Batch Tis the season for peppermint, and these little meringue kisses are perfectly festive. Grab some holiday cookies like chocolate peanut butter thumbprints while you're at the Brooklyn bakery, too. $2/each, $5/three, available now through at least Christmas; 936 Fulton St., Bed-Stuy, 718-622-4000, thegoodbatch.com By Meredith Deliso firstname.lastname@example.org Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments Comments section is temporarily on hold. Here’s why.