Eat and Drink Holiday desserts from Supermoon Bakehouse, Milk Bar, Du’s Donuts and more By Meredith Deliso firstname.lastname@example.org Updated December 11, 2018 6:17 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email There’s nothing quite like the holidays to inspire confection connoisseurs. For a taste of the season, here’s what you can find at some of the city’s best bakeries, doughnut shops and other sweets destinations — most for a limited time only. Supermoon Bakehouse's holiday pie Photo Credit: Supermoon Bakehouse The cruffin creator has brought its extravagant holiday pie back for the season. That's layers of peppermint chocolate chip cheesecake, peppermint chocolate mousse and chocolate-mint fudge in a chocolate graham cracker crust, topped with whipped white mint chocolate cream bulbs, peppermint clusters, silver leaf, torched meringue and chocolate shards. Available for pre-order for pickup Dec. 20-24, $45; 120 Rivington St., supermoonbakehouse.com Baked’s Stump de Noel Photo Credit: Brian Kennedy The classic bûche de noël – aka yule log – goes sideways in Baked’s take. A chocolate sponge cake is filled with malted vanilla buttercream, coated with dark chocolate frosting and decorated with mushrooms and seasonal florals made out of fondant. Available year-round, $60; 359 Van Brunt St., Red Hook, 279 Church St., 212-775-0345, bakednyc.com Milk Bar’s Peppermint Bark Cake Photo Credit: Milk Bar Christina Tosi’s trademark naked cake gets a candy cane-inspired edition, with layers of chocolate malt cake, peppermint frosting, chocolate fudge and chocolate crumbs. It is topped with a candy cane. Available through Dec. 31 in stores and online, $50.50/6-inch, $133.30/10-inch; milkbarstore.com Dominique Ansel's bûches de noël Photo Credit: Dominique Ansel Bakery There's plenty on the menu for the cronut inventor this season, from a Santa religieuse to a gingerbread loaf. But some of the more impressive options are the bûches de noël. The three offerings include a gluten-free chocolate cake and chocolate mousse decked out with a forest of white chocolate pine trees; a soft almond biscuit with chestnut mousse; and a milk and cookies ganache with a chocolate chip almond biscuit decorated like a winter gnome. Available for preorder for pick-up Dec. 15-24, $45; Dominique Ansel Bakery, 189 Spring St., dominiqueanselny.com/shop; Dominique Ansel Kitchen, 137 Seventh Ave. S., dominiqueanselkitchen.com/shop Cinnamon Snail's decorated cookies Photo Credit: Instagram / Cinnamon Snail The vegan spot is whipping up all sorts of unique holiday-inspired cookies this season, from dachshund Santas to gingerbread men with bubble-gum brains to holiday sweaters and leg lamps a la "A Christmas Story." Expect offerings to be different each day and served on top of doughnuts and cakes. Available seasonally at the Pennsy and through DoorDash, Grubhub and Caviar, $5-$7/each; 2 Pennsylvania Plaza, 212-695-7454, cinnamonsnail.com Doughnut Plant's seasonal doughnuts Photo Credit: Doughnut Plant The yeast, cake and square doughnut specialists have nearly a dozen holiday specials. Find doughnuts in the shape of gingerbread men, snowmen, Christmas trees and stars, along with flavors like roasted chestnut and marzipan. Pair your pick with the new gingerbread latte. Available seasonally in stores and through DoorDash, Postmates and UberEats, $3.50-$4.75/each; multiple locations, doughnutplant.com Du’s Donuts’ holiday wreath Photo Credit: Du's Donuts Among the Wylie Dufresne-founded doughnut shop’s seasonal offerings is this wreath composed of 20 mini vanilla-cake doughnuts. For the wreath effect, they’re covered with vanilla buttercream, green pearl sugar, red and silver dragées and, for the “holly,” sugared cranberries. Bring it to your next party – it’ll serve 15 to 18 people. Available for pick-up through Dec. 24, $48; 107 N. 12th St., Williamsburg, 718-215-8770, Brooklyn Roasting Company, 50 W. 23rd St., dusdonuts.com Republic of Booza’s holiday flavors Photo Credit: Republic of Booza If you’re in the mood for a cold treat, there’s seasonal booza. The new shop, which specializes in the Levant ice cream, has whipped up several flavors for the holiday that include takes on eggnog (with egg yolks, marsala, vanilla and nutmeg added to the booza base) and panettone (with the sweet loaf cake pureed into a booza base and stirred in again as it freezes). Available through Dec. 31, $5.25-$8.25; 76 N. Fourth St., Williamsburg, 718-302-5000, republicofbooza.com Dana’s Bakery’s holiday macarons Photo Credit: Jesse Korman The macaron maker always has a variety of colorful options available, and for the holidays that means gingerbread, eggnog and sugar cookie takes on the gluten-free, meringue-based treats. Available online and in store through Dec. 31, $35/box of 12; Dylan’s Candy Bar, 1011 Third Ave., danasbakery.com By Meredith Deliso email@example.com Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.