January 19, 2023Review Recipe
Table of Contents
- 1. Peanut Butter Chocolate Reindeer Cookies
- 2. Santa Nutter Butters
- 3. Chocolate Covered Candy Cane Reindeer
- 4. Rudolf Pancakes
- 5. Candy Cane Hearts Pops
- 6. Frosty Snowman Pretzels
- 7. Nutter Butter Snowman
- 8. Reindeer Cupcakes
- 9. Christmas Present Pretzels
- 10. Krispie Treat Christmas Trees
- 11. White Chocolate Popcorn
- 12. Snowman Mason Jar Treat
- 13. Santa Suit Candy Cups
- 14. String Cheese Snowman
- 15. Marshmallow Snowman Treats
- 16. Reindeer Treats
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These fun and delicious kid’s Christmas party food ideas will make a family table holiday festive and they’re special enough for a children’s Christmas party, too. But if you want to up the cutest factor, even more, the ideas in this round-up include:
- Peanut Butter Chocolate Reindeer Cookies, Santa Nutter Butters, Chocolate and Covered Candy Cane Reindeer
- Rudolf Pancakes, Candy Cane Hearts Pops, Frosty Snowman Pretzels, and Nutter Butter Snowman
- Reindeer Cupcakes, Christmas Present Pretzels, Krispie Treat Christmas Trees, and White Chocolate Popcorn
- Snowman Mason Jar Treat, Santa Suit Candy Cups, String Cheese Snowman and Marshmallow Snowman treats
- Santa will love these Caramel Apple Pie Christmas Cookies
- These Free Printable Christmas Games are the perfect
- We love these Ugly Sweater Christmas Party Ideas
- Make sure to check out these letters to Santa
If you love peanut butter and chocolate, then you will love these peanut butter chocolate reindeer cookies. Make up a batch of your favorite peanut butter cookie dough and add a few edible embellishments to create the cutest chocolate peanut butter reindeer to top them off!
Why serve ordinary Nutter Butters during the Christmas season when a few simple steps can result in these adorable Santa cookies? A little white chocolate, red sprinkles, mini chocolate chips, and a red hot later and you have a jolly cookie to add to your holiday dessert spread.
If you need a last-minute semi-homemade Christmas treat, these chocolate-covered candy cane reindeer are perfect. Dip the candy canes in melted chocolate and add jelly bean & sugar pearl eyes and a red Skittles nose. Quick and easy!
Chances are pretty good that you already have the ingredients on hand to create these adorable Rudolf pancakes. So round up your pancake mix, large marshmallows, chocolate chips, bacon, and cherries for a meal your kids will love.
The ingredients list to make these candy cane hearts pops is really simple: candy canes, white chocolate, sprinkles, and sucker sticks. Plus, the prep time is quick—only 20 minutes.
Would you believe that pretzel rings, melted white chocolate, and mini chocolate chips provide the basic foundation for these too-cute-for-words Frosty the Snowman pretzels? Candy-coated sunflowers make up the “carrot” nose, and strips of Fruit Roll-Ups serve as the snowman’s scarf.
Nutter Butters are so versatile! A little coat of white chocolate and some candy embellishments turn some naked cookies into wintry snowmen.
Whether you bake up from-scratch cupcakes or buy ready-made from the store, it’s easy to transform simple cupcakes into cute little reindeer. Pretzels make for perfect antlers, don’t they?
These Christmas present pretzels are the right combination of sweet and salty. Plus, they are easy to store and transport. Make up a batch for your home and another batch to gift to loved ones.
Not only is this white chocolate popcorn recipe a fabulous mix of sweet and salty but it is festive and delicious.
If you aren’t sure what to do with your Mason jar stash, this snowman Mason jar treat idea is genius. Filled with white chocolate pretzels, this is a great no-bake treat option that also makes an impressive gift.
These festive Santa suit candy cups are a definite labor of love but they can be filled with candy, nuts, and even pudding. You’ll definitely wow guests.
What a genius idea to dress up string cheese like a snowman. Grab your black and orange permanent ink pens, some winter ribbon for a snowman scarf, and some scrap black craft paper for a stove pipe hat. These are easy to assemble for home or school.
Kids will love helping you build and eat these marshmallow snowman treats. Displayed on a skewer, they can be wrapped to make darling Christmas or winter party favors too.
16. Reindeer Treats
These bite-sized reindeer treats are easy enough for little hands to make. Plus, they only require 4 ingredients—square pretzels, pretzel sticks, Rolos, and red Sixlets.
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