From ‘Rice Krispie Christmas Trees’ to ‘Christmas Popcorn’ and ‘Easy Cookie Snowman Pops’ to ‘Mini Hot Chocolate Cookie Treats’ check out these awesome treats for the festive season! With these awesome treats you’ll really give your kids something to smile about over the Christmas holidays.
View Tutorial Frosty Snowman Pretzels
Give popcorn a festive twist by baking it int the oven with cand canes, marshmallows and chocolate.
Tutorial Christmas Popcorn
Transform your favorite cream-filled sandwich cookies into these adorable snowman pops with white chocolate candy melts and icing to make the nose and eyes.
Tutorial Easy Cookie Snowman Pops
Sometimes it’s just too cold to go outside and build a snowman – so make a sweet snowman treat from the comfort of your home instead. You’ll bake a batch of sugar cookies to decorate as Olaf and then this is placed in a yummy cup of ice cream.
Tutorial Frozen Treats
These are super easy to make and work great for school parties. Cut the tops off candy cane sticks and attach to the marshmallow using icing. Then attach this to a sugar cookie and repeat this on the rest of the cookies.
Tutorial Mini Hot Chocolate Treats
Rice Krispies are so versatile that they can be used to make any edible shape you want for the festive season. Begin by melting 2 tablespoons of butter in a pot and add a 10.5 ounce bag of marshmallows and green food coloring. Add 6 cups of Rice Krispie cereal to the mixture and then begin to form into tree shapes. You will need to let these chill in the fridge before you can decorate.
Tutorial Rice Krispie Christmas Trees
For a really quick and festive treat, pop 3 large marshmallows on a lolly pop stick. Add pretzels for arms and icing for details and finish using a rolo on a cookie for the hat.
Tutorial Snowman Treats
You’ll need Oreos, marshmallow fondant, melted chocolate and sparkling sugar to make these easy peasy snowflake treats. The best part is they are so easy to make that kids will love joining in the fun.
Tutorial Snowflake Oreo Cookies
Make these adorable snowman pops with a package of double stuff Oreos, white chocolate candy melts and black and orange icing for the eyes and nose.
Tutorial Oreo Snowman Pops
Insted of serving plain jello – you can easily make this stained glass effect version. You’ll need raspberry and lime jello chopped up and then add sweetened condensed milk.
Tutorial Broken Glass Christmas Jello
It only takes two ingredients to make these edible lights. Supplies needed include green Mike and Ike candies and Almond M&M’s. Begin by cutting the green candies and attach them to the different colored M&M’s.
Tutorial Candy Christmas Lights
When it comes to festive treats you really can’t beat traditional gingerbread especially when you add a new twist like chocolate to the mix. You’ll want to make plenty of batches of these cuties as they make great gifts too.
Tutorial Chocolate Spice Gingerbread
These mice almost look too cute to eat. You’ll need 12 pretzel large twists which will make the antlers, 12 Caramels, 12 mini M&ms, 1/4 cup White Candy melts and 1 cup Milk chocolate chips.
Tutorial Christmas Pretzel Mice
If you are looking for something more savory – then these egg snowmen will be perfect. They are combined of 2 boiled eggs – one placed on top of the other and 2 slices of carrots form the hat.
Tutorial Egg Snowman
They won’t even know they’re eating fuit with this clever idea. Combine strawberries, grapes, slices of banana and marshmallows on kebob sticks to recreate.
Tutorial Grinch Kabobs Recipe
Save your oven and whip up these no bake raisin reindeers with raisins, rolled oats, salted almonds and cocoa powder. As an extra bonus – they’ll fill you full of energy to get even more baking done.
Tutorial Healthy No Bake Raisin Reindeers
Turn hotdogs into stockings by cutting them diagonnally and popping on top of lollipop sticks. To make the trim around them you’ll use cream cheese, some parsley and a few slices of red bell pepper.
Tutorial Hotdog Christmas Stockings
You could add these edible onaments to a tree centerpiece on the table for a really fun dessert idea for the kids. You’ll need Mega M&M’s, jet-puffed mallow bits and silver food coloring spray to make them.
Tutorial Mega M&Ms Christmas Ornaments
With some giant marshmallows, graham crackers and black and orange icing for the eyes and nose – you can make these fun melting snowman cookies. Place your graham crackers in a baking dish and add the giant marshmallows. Place briefly in the oven until melted and quicklt stick marshmallows on that to form the head. Now your ready to add details and enjoy.
Tutorial Melted Snowman Treats
Guests will love being served hot chocolate adorned with these festive balls on the side. Melt 2 tablespoons of butter in a pot and add a 10 Oz package of marshmallows. Add in ⅓ cup of crushed candy canes and stir. Make into little balls which are then covered with candy melts and sprinkles and a litle candy cane added in the center.
Tutorial Peppermint Rice Krispies Treats Snowballs
Decorate an upside down gingerbread man to make these adorable reindeers. The legs form the antlers and the arms and head form the cute face.
Tutorial Reindeer Gingerbread Cookies
Another sneaky fruit idea involvong a kiwi, strawberries, and marshmallows. Place the little guy into a cupcake wrapper to complete.
Tutorial Turn a Kiwi into the Christmas Grinch