Roll up those sleeves and let's get crafty! These fantastic treats are not only delicious, but they're a lot of fun to assemble. For some truly fun holiday treats, these crafty desserts make a great kid-friendly activity. From fun Christmas tree treats, to iced cookies, to edible snowmen, these fun sweet treats make the perfect addition to a holiday party or even on Santa's cookie plate. Spread the holiday cheer by sharing these fun desserts with friends and family.
Giant Marshmallow and Cornflakes Christmas Tree Treat
Learn how to make a towering edible Christmas tree with this holiday riff on a classic treat.
Snowmen Donut Sticks
Store-bought sugar donuts become impressive holiday snowmen when decorated with chocolate candy pieces, pretzels, chocolate chips, and orange gummy candies.
Gingerbread Men Cookies
Gingerbread Men Cookies are a favorite holiday tradition. involve the little ones in your family by letting them decorate these spice cookies. Use a variety of cutter sizes, if desired.
Christmas Cookie Pops
Presents, snowmen, and Santa– oh my! JK Denim teaches you how to make a myriad of festive holiday cookie pops.
Easy Snowgie Treats from Frozen
Marshmallows, Sno Balls, and black and blue frosting are all you'll need to create these easy Snowgie look-alike treats!
Christmas Tree Cake Wedges
Instead of making a Christmas tree cake in a tree-shaped pan, just create Christmas trees from individual cake wedges. Go beyond cake and make a whole christmas tree with marshmallows and cornflakes that will be the perfect ending to your holiday feast.
White Chocolate Snowmen Apples
Kids will love helping to assemble these festive chocolate apple treats!
Stacked Snowman Cookies
Kids will love helping to frost and deliver these stackable snowman cookies!
Fruitcake CookiesInstead of baking or giving a traditional holiday fruitcake, make fruitcake cookies instead. Fruitcake's first cousin in cookie form contains all the ingredients you love in fruitcake--candied cherries, chopped pecans, cinnamon, allspice and rum--just in smaller bite-sized portions. Santa will be very pleased if you leave a plate of these treats out for him when he stops by your house this Christmas Eve.
Peppermint Bonbon CookiesHere's a decadent holiday combination--soft and chewy chocolate on the inside with a little peppermint candy crunch on top. These gems are great plain or we offer a double glaze option, too.
White Hot ChocolateFor a fun holiday treat, serve in thick mugs with whipped cream, a dash of cinnamon, a dash of cocoa powder, and a candy cane.
Cute Snowman Cookies
Dress up refrigerated sugar cookie dough to make these super-cute snowmen.
Silver Bells Cookies
Ring in the holiday season with these sparkly and easy-to-make sugar cookies. Impress your guests with shimmery, show-stopping desserts that taste just as good as they look. Set aside your colored sprinkles and opt for small silver dragees. These little "silver bells" are the perfect way to add a holiday touch to any treat, and they're easy to find in your local party store. Use store bought dough to save time and dedicate all your time spent in the kitchen to fun, kid-friendly decorating.
Marshmallow SnowmenThese super-cute snowmen (which rely on melted caramels and royal icing to stay together) are easy for little hands to help put together, and they're a great way to enjoy some family time during the holidays. Wrap them up in a simple, clear plastic bag for teacher treats or for your children to give to their friends.
Santa and Tree Pretzel Rods
These fun pretzel treats are an easy way to serve grab-and-go desserts to guests at the holiday bash. Decorate the tops of the pretzel sticks with rice treats, icing, and candies for a fun holiday-themed effect.
Ultimate Holiday Cutout Cookies
For a holiday treat, look no further than these great cutout cookies. With fun and festive shapes, these cookies make the perfect addition to your holiday party.
Rudolph's Christmas Sugar CookiesThese fun and simple sugar cookies are the perfect treat for Santa.
Decorate a store-bought cheesecake with red petals made of candy melts for a quick and impressive holiday dessert.
Iced Browned Butter Sugar CookiesWith nutty, caramel notes from browned butter and a fair bit of salt to balance the flavors, these cookies will become an instant favorite. You can roll out the dough right after combining all the ingredients—no chilling required. Look for pearlized sugar in gourmet markets or craft stores; the coarse crystals reflect light to give the cookies a sparkly, jewel-like appearance.
Coconut Christmas WreathsYou'll have the merriest cookies of all at your cookie swap when you bring Coconut Christmas Wreaths to the party. Green tinted coconut gives these cookies their wreath-life appearance while Red Hots candies or red M&M's Minis substitute for holly berries.