From yummy cookie flavors to fun decorating ideas, here are the best kid-friendly cookies.
Take a snack your kids love, like shredded wheat cereal, and transform it into a cookie dream come true. Melted vanilla candy
holds the crispy wheat together. Let the little helpers in the kitchen adorn the wreaths with any on-hand candies that you
Get creative in the kitchen with the help of a little homemade icing. Let the kids make a cookie version of themselves or
a favorite family member. Make extras so you can save a few for decoration and still enjoy a tummy full of cookie.
Spend a fun afternoon decorating cookies. Start at a craft or kitchen supply store and let kids select a favorite cookie cutter.
Think outside the holiday box. You may just invent the first holiday butterfly angel.
Want to know a secret? Once decorated, store-bought cookie dough can look completely homemade. If you're short on time, bake
the cookies according to package directions, then top with glistening silver candies.
Don't let your eyes fool you – these "candies" are anything but. Roll red and white dough into a colorful spiral then top
with delicious peppermint frosting. Package the treats and send with the kids to school for a holiday gift for friends or
Sugar cookies are the perfect backdrop for delicious flavors. Try any of the varieties that come with this recipe: Chocolate
Kiss, Peanut Butter Cup, Lemon, or Lemon Thumbprint. Whichever you choose, you're guaranteed rave reviews.