Top 5 kid-friendly Christmas snacks: Christmas time is upon us, which in our house means lots and lots of parties requiring lots and lots of yummy snacks to share! Creating themed snacks is one of my favorite things about the holidays, but my most favorite is creating easy and practical snacks that my kids can help with.
Working in the kitchen with my kids with the glow of twinkle lights from the Christmas tree, and a Hallmark Christmas movie in the background is pure magic.
MOM TIP: baking and cooking is the perfect activity for tween girls and their friends. My daughter absolutely loves having her girl friends over for baking and cooking competitions.
Top 5 Kid-Friendly Christmas Snacks
First on my list are these fun Reindeer Sloppy Joes by Kitchen Fun with My Three Sons
These reindeer sloppy joes are sure to be a yummy snack that everyone will enjoy! Plus, they’re easy enough for the kids to help assemble.
Reindeer Sloppy Joes
Second on the list are the Rice Crispy Tree Christmas Trees , courtesy of Rachel Cooks.
Not only do these rice crispy tree Christmas trees look adorable but they look delicious too! I know for a fact my kids and I will be making these this year!
These would also be a great classroom Christmas favor. Just wrap each one in a cello bag or cellophane, tie with a ribbon and you have the perfect classroom Christmas favor.
Rice Crispy Treat Christmas Trees
Next up are these fun Strawberry Santa Hat Brownie Bites from i heart naptime.
I love these Strawberry Santa Hat Brownie Bites and I’ve made them many times in the past. Jamielyn, from i heart naptime uses homemade brownies (which I’m sure are delicious) but for a little added connivence during this busy time of year, I just use the store bought brownie bites found in most grocery store bakeries.
Within minutes, you’ll have the cutest and most delicious Christmas snack to share at your next party!
Strawberry Santa Hat Brownie Bites
Next up are these Reindeer Sandwiches by Kim from A Spotted Pony.
These reindeer peanut butter and jelly sandwiches are sure to be a huge hit at your next gathering or in your kids lunch boxes. If your family suffers from a peanut allergy, you can make these into turkey or any type of sandwich your family prefers.
Lastly are these yummy Christmas Pizza Stockings.
Not only are these so easy for kids to make but what kid or adult doesn’t love pizza!
Christmas Pizza Stockings
I’m definitely planning to make all of these fun and easy snacks with my kids this Holiday season! I have a feeling the Rice Crispy Treat Christmas Trees will be my son’s favorite and the Strawberry Santa Hat Brownie Bites will be my daughters. As for me, I’m very much looking forward to stocking pizzas. We just might have to make those first!
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