Christmas is my favorite time of year, and I am always looking for new things to add to our holiday favorites. I’m loving all these Christmas recipes and crafts because they will be big hits in our house!
How many of you like Peppermint Bark? If you do, you will love this White Chocolate Mint Oreo Bark, which you can easily make at home with the kids! There are so many other delicious treat recipes that everyone in your family will love like Bethlehem Rock Candy Recipe, Snickers Moose Munch, New Orleans Pecan Pralines and Mini Gingerbread Cheesecake Cups.
What Is The Most Popular Christmas Food
You will find that depending on where you live will depend on what is considered popular. A lot of times you will find candy and sweets are something that is focused on during the holiday season.
Here are a handful of popular Christmas foods to consider making.
From main dishes to sides, and of course the classic candy. You will find that almost anything is popular around Christmas time. Whether you love Egg Nog recipes or prefer pumpkin you will find tons of ideas to make.
We also love making crafts in our home, and we have some fun ones that will help keep the kids entertained and busy while they’re out of school on Christmas break.
You can also make some of these for them to give their friends at school, like fun candy trains and candy cane ornaments. You can even take everything you need for these to school and help everyone in your kids’ class make them!
Looking for more popular Christmas Crafts
Head out to your local craft store, buy supplies and come home and get to crafting. You will find I share beginners’ Christmas crafts, affordable DIY projects and more.
I also love having kid crafts available so you can make the most of snow days as the holidays approach.
More Holiday Fun
And, while you’re looking for ideas for the holidays, be sure to plan your New Years Party with these New Years Day Recipes & Crafts!
Plus, here are all of our Recipes to keep your meal plan fresh and new!
The Latest Christmas Recipes And Crafts: