In my opinion, one of the best things about Christmas is the huge amount of tasty food on offer. It’s also a lovely opportunity to get the kids in the kitchen and create some yummy Christmas treats together.

Christmas themed food just seems to taste better! Why make a round biscuit, when you could make a Christmas tree shaped cookie – am I right?

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I’ve collected together a few recipes I have come across that look absolutely adorable and perfect for the kids to get stuck into.

10 Tasty Christmas Treats For Kids

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Baked Cheddar Crackers

These Baked Cheddar Crackers come from Winter Monroe. Sometimes you need a bit of a break from sweet, sugary Christmas treats and these cheese crackers make the perfect interlude. Festively shaped as stars, children will love to get involved and follow this simple recipe.

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Snowman Snack Cups

Christmas doesn’t get much cuter than these Snowman Snack Cups from Eats Amazing. These simple snack pots are the perfect accompaniment to any cosy night in – grab some blankets and a movie and snuggle down with these cute snowman snack pots and enjoy!

Sprinkle Rim Milk Glasses

This is a quick and easy way to glam up the classic ‘cookies and milk’! Hello Society has a lovely tutorial on how to create these Sprinkle Rim Milk Glasses. If you live in the UK like me, you’ll notice that the recipe calls for corn syrup. Worry not, here’s a handy method for creating your own version of the syrup:

Dissolve 300ml of sugar in 60ml of hot water and you’ll have the equivalent of light corn syrup. You could also use golden syrup as it has a similar texture.

Chocolate Orange Shortbread

Fancy a cookie to dunk into that milk? How about these Chocolate Orange Shortbreads from 3 Princesses and 1 Dude. Shortbread is such an easy recipe for kids to get involved with and they also happen to taste amazing and look very impressive.

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Mini Christmas Tree Pizzas

I am seriously in love with these Mini Christmas Tree Pizzas from Good To Know. Stuck for savoury snack ideas, or fancy letting the kids get involved in making their own tea? This is the perfect recipe – add whatever toppings you fancy!

Melted Snowman Biscuit

A kid’s Christmas classic is the Melted Snowman Biscuit! They’re very easy and most importantly, very fun. This recipe comes from Be A Fun Mum.

http://beafunmum.com/

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Easy Giant Chocolate Jazzies

Another really easy recipe from Eats Amazing are these Giant Chocolate Jazzies – basically chocolate and Christmassy sprinkles! Kids will love them, adults will love them and they’re so simple to make (if not maybe a bit messy if children are involved!)

Kid Friendly Gingerbread Cookies

Classic gingerbread recipes usually take quite a whole to produce, so this Kid Friendly Gingerbread Cookie recipe from Rainy Day Mum is absolutely perfect for a spot of baking with the children as it only takes twenty minutes.

Easy Chocolate Truffles

I’ve never made truffles before, I’ve always just assumed they were one of those complicated recipes that take a lot of time and make a lot of mess. After seeing this recipe, I think I may have changed my mind. Kids Craft Room shares a great recipe for Easy Chocolate Truffles For Kids to make.

Christmas Chocolate Bark

Easy to make, beautiful to look at and makes the perfect gift? You’re looking for this Christmas Chocolate Bark recipe from Jane’s Patisserie! This looks so impressive and is such fun to make.

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