Here are some fun and tasty Christmas Treats for Kids to consider whipping up this holiday! From no-bake desserts to easy cookies that you can display all the toppings for them to use and decorate till their hearts are content. Must make Christmas recipes for kids!
We love easy, and your kids will too! Have fun, be creative, and have a blast making all of these ideas below. Happy holidays and happy baking!
Christmas Treats for Kids
1.) Reindeer Treats
Here is a super fun and easy dessert that your children will have a blast making. Sweet and salty join forces in this easy but tasty reindeer inspired dessert.
Here is a fruit pizza option that you can have fun creating as a treat for your family. A sugar cookie crust, cheesecake filling, topped with fruit, and in the shape of a festive Christmas tree.
If you enjoy popcorn, give this cake a try. Similar to a rice Krispies but in the shape of a cake! Super easy, tasty, and gives you that sweet and salty flavor we all love and enjoy.
Who doesn’t enjoy a dipped Oreo? This is pretty easy to make, decorate, and so so good. Dive into these easy no-bake cookies today!
5.) Reindeer Donuts
Who doesn’t love a donut? I know I sure do. So take a classic chocolate donut and transform it into a delicious dessert or breakfast option. Greet your kids with a fun mid-day snack.
Festive, delicious, and no baking required for this muddy buddies snack treat. Whip this up and watch it disappear in no time!
Have you tried a magic cookie bar yet? This is a Christmas inspired one. Your children will love to help assembling the bars to watch them bake to a surprise bar when you pull them from the oven.
If you want to pair with fruit, graham cracker, vanilla wafers, etc. This funfetti dip is a fun treat any kid will ask for a bit more to nibble on!
Here is a Christmas themed cookie bar that is so simple to make, and will disappear in no time. A cookie bar that uses a cake mix as the base to the mix.
Here is a fun way to take a brownie and transform it into a festive treat for young and old. Grab some frosting and candies and decorate and transform your treat into a Christmas tree.
11.) Frosted Graham Crackers from Bake Me Some Sugar
Here you take a graham cracker, frosting, and sprinkles and transform it into a one-of-a-kind dessert for snacking. Kids will have fun decorating their own graham crackers.
12.) Pretzel Hugs from Cooking Classy
Another sweet and salty treat that is so delicious and easy to make. Let your kids help join in and have a blast creating a fun treat to nibble on.
The crockpot is your best friend when it comes to this recipe. Let your children help toss it in, and whip up a snack they will love to nibble on all day long.
14.) Cranberry Fudge from Life Love Sugar
Dried cranberries and white chocolate are the two contenders that stand out in this creamy and decadent fudge. Whip this up and serve your family, friends, and kids after a long day.
15.) Rudolf Nutter Butters from About A Mom
Here is a fun way to decorate a Nutter Butter bar with just a few items. A Rudolph inspired treat that is so tasty, cute, and absolutely fun.
If you want a treat that your child can decorate and have fun with without having to build an entire gingerbread house. This is a great alternative!
Bring your favorite cookies to your home with this copycat Lofthouse recipe. Tons of flavor, and the frosting is going to melt in your mouth.
18.) Peanut butter Balls from Kleinworth Co
A classic no bake dessert that your children will have fun helping you make these up. So simple delicious, and melt in your mouth good.
Which is your favorite Christmas treat for kids from the list?