As the weather gets colder, there’s often one thing on every kid’s mind – Christmas! ‘Tis the season for giving, receiving, and gathering with loved ones. Of course, the winter holidays also involve food. It’s hard to imagine finishing up a Christmas party without leftovers!
These Christmas treats will get everyone into a bit of a holiday spirit – even the Grinch in HR. Serve these after Christmas dinner, hand them to co-workers on the last day of work before the holidays, or use them as holiday gifts for your child’s teachers. Always remember to check for allergens before serving snacks at a school event!
14 Christmas treat recipe ideas
- Homemade Vegan Peppermint Bark
That favourite classic holiday treat that’s fun to gift and delicious to eat! Homemade Vegan Peppermint Bark that’s gluten-free and top-8 allergy-free too! All the festive sweet chocolate and mint flavour only takes 4 ingredients for this dairy-free recipe remake!
- Peppermint Oreo Bark
Peppermint Oreo Bark recipe always goes down a treat. It only requires 3 ingredients and is quick and simple to make.
- Gingerbread House
This is the BEST gingerbread house recipe around. And it even includes the free gingerbread house template printables too.
- Peppermint Candy Spoons
These Peppermint Candy Spoons are the perfect DIY Christmas Gift! They are easy to make and are the perfect gift for Teachers, Friend, Co-workers and family!
- Gingerbread Holly Cookies
Whether you want to bake these gingerbread cookies to give away to family and friends or you want to bake them for your Christmas dinner, I’m sure that everyone will love them. They are so easy to make and are loaded with tasty ginger.
- North Pole Cupcakes
These fun North Pole Cupcakes are perfect to make with the children, so simple and easy to make but beautiful once finished.
- Vanilla Christmas Cupcakes
These vanilla cupcakes are all about decorating beautiful Christmas cupcakes. You can choose to use a box cake mix or any recipe that your family already love. Get the kids involved in mixing the ingredients to make yummy fondant and tasty buttercream.
- Easy Christmas Candied Pecans
These candied pecans are probably my most-requested dish (can we call them a dish? Let’s do it) of all time. No matter the occasion, once someone has munched on these, they are hooked for life.
- Merry Christmas Jam Recipe
This Christmas Jam Recipe will get us all into Christmas mood, no matter if it’s snowing outside or not. The jam includes seasonal fruits and spices, which remind me personally of Christmas and all the food goodies that we tend to enjoy during that time of the year.
- Chocolate Truffle Tree
This chocolate truffle tree makes a pretty spectacular sight on the dessert table. Once you’ve made the truffles the tree is actually pretty easy to assemble.
- No Bake Melting Snowman Cookies
These No Bake Melting Snowman Cookies make a cute and simple treat or activity for kids. Kids can help decorate these snowmen along with frosting the cookies.
- Christmas Pinwheel Cookies
Christmas Pinwheel Cookies is your gateway to making your holiday baking fun and to add colour to your cookie box. Perfect for cookie exchange these red and green pinwheel cookies are sure to win hearts.
- Strawberry Santas
Sometimes at the holidays, you need to serve a treat for kids of all ages. These Strawberry Santas are just that. They even have little strawberry Santa hats! They are made to be dairy-free and vegan and are naturally gluten-free. It’s a Christmas dessert and sweet treat for all!
- Christmas Lights Cookies
Are you looking for an easy decorated Christmas cookie recipe to make with your kids? Look no further! These homemade Christmas Lights Cookies are the best! They are fun to bring to cookie exchanges, so bake and freeze extra cookies to share with friends and family.