December 14 2015

20 Clever Christmas Treats for Crafting with Kids

After seeing Cuded’s post, 30 Christmas Food Ideas, I was inspired to create my own list of clever Christmas treats. It’s fun to get the kids involved with projects like this, especially since you can eat your work at the end! My sister Carol set up a lemonade stand-style table to sell turkey-looking cake pops around Thanksgiving and she’s looking to do something similar for Christmas. (They sold out of their inventory. People stopped their cars to buy the treats!) This Christmas, I’m hoping this list will come in handy for our family’s newest tradition.

Above: Snowman cake pops by 52 Kitchen Adventures

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Chocolate covered strawberry Christmas tree by Lovely Little Kitchen

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Ice cream cone Christmas trees by Coupon Clipping Cook

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Melted Snowmen Cookies by Betty Crocker

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Red velvet Santa hats by Target

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Polar bear pops by Miss Candiquik

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Candy cane heart pops by One Little Project

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Christmas tree Rice Krispie Treats by Simplee Thrifty

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Reindeer cupcakes by With Sprinkles on Top

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Santa hat brownies by Daisy’s World, adapted by Erica’s Sweet Tooth

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Peanut butter Rudolph reindeer by Ladies’ Home Journal

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Strawberry cheesecake Santas by Raining Hot Coupons

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Snowman Donuts by Cupcake Diaries

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Sleigh riding teddy bears by Budget Savvy Diva

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Marshmallow snowmen by Flexible Dreams

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Santa Nutter Butters by Penguin Stamper

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Pretzel Christmas trees by I heart naptime

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Edible Santa suit candy cups by Hungry Happenings

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Oreo snowman pops by Easy Baked

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Oreo penguin cupcakes by Elizabeth Stark at Babble

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