Lots of quick, easy, cute and fun Christmas food ideas for kids to keep them entertained this holiday season. Many of these are great for Winter time too! Also known as my collection of Christmas Party Food.
Since Christmas is only a few weeks away and my toddler will soon be off from school and enjoying his Holidays at home with family, I know I will have to keep him busy. One of my favorite ways to keep him entertained is by making fun and crafty Christmas food. I have done a roundup of the most popular Christmas treats from my blog and the blogosphere. Some of these treats are also great for Winter time. Without further delay, I present my roundup of fun Christmas food ideas for kids. Enjoy!
- White Chocolate Bark- Melt chocolate and spread it out and then sprinkle any toppings your heart desires.
- Red Velvet Truffles- The gorgeous red color is going to be a hit with kids.
- Chocolate Mint Truffles- That vibrant green color and chocolate chips takes these truffles over the top.
- Jello Marshmallow Candy (Pinwheels)- These are so much fun to make and eat.
- Homemade Gourmet Chocolate- Use ice cube trays to make a variety of filled chocolates.
- Christmas Pinwheel Cookies- It's magical to see those wonderful swirls of color.
- Snowflake cookies- Turn Oreos into a sparkly treat.
- Gingerbread Cookies (With Cake Mix)- A classic cookie that every kid has grown up making with their family.
- Easy Meringue Cookies- Airy, crunchy cookies that can be colored green or red for Christmas or turn them into little Christmas trees.
- Chocolate Spritz Cookies- Use various attachments and a cookie press to make fun cookie shapes.
- Classic Spritz Cookies- So many cool attachments and a cookie press can help kids make fun cookie shapes.
- Funfetti Cookies- Festive sprinkles are mixed in sugar cookie dough and then cut out.
- Penguin Cookies- Store-bought cookies are turned into the most adorable edible penguins ever.
- Church Window Cookies- Easiest, most colorful no bake cookies you will ever make.
- White Chocolate Peppermint Cookies- Their pink color is stunning but kids can have a blast dipping them in melted chocolate and sprinkling crushed candy canes.
- Stained Glass Cookies- Put those hard candies to good use and create glass in cookies.
- Gingerbread house- So much fun to make for the whole family.
- Jumbo Gingerbread Men Cookies- These are super cool and huge. Instead, of lots of smaller cookies, you bake one large cookie.
- Easy Christmas Tree Cupcakes- Some green frosting and sprinkles is all you need to make these cupcakes.
- Easy Snowflake Cupcakes- Candy mold is used to make decorating very simple.
- Reindeer (Rudolph Cupcakes)- Some chocolate frosting, sprinkles and candies are all that's needed here.
- Snowman Cupcakes - A simple tutorial shows you how to make snowmen out of marshmallow fondant.
- Poinsettia Cupcakes- A bit of red and green frosting is all that's needed here.
- Snowman Cake- Instead of making the whole body, just make the snowman face.
- Christmas Cake- This starts off with a sheet cake and ends up looking like a decorated tree.
- Chocolate Snowflake Cake- Bring out that bag of white chocolate and sparkling sugar to make a shimmering snowflake topper.
- Brownie Fruit Kabobs- Who says kabobs can't be served for desserts?
- Santa Hat Brownies- Triangle shaped brownies decorated into Santa hats.
- Christmas Tree Brownies - Triangle shaped brownies decorated into trees.
Other Christmas party food ideas
- Cake Pops and Cake Balls- Any cake and frosting can be used to make these little bites.
- Sugared Cranberries- Fresh cranberries are coated in crunchy sugar.
- Chocolate Covered Cherries- Fresh cherries or maraschino cherries are dipped in white chocolate and decorated in sprinkles or nuts.
- Chocolate Covered Pretzels- Any shape of pretzel can be used. Just dip in chocolate and add seasonal sprinkles.
- Chocolate Covered Strawberries- Fresh strawberries are dipped in dark chocolate and decorated in sprinkles or nuts.
- Easy Christmas Donuts- Mini donuts are decorated with candies and chocolate chips to turn them into snowmen.
- Ice Cream Cone Cupcakes- Jumbo cake balls are placed on top of an ice cream cone and decorated to make snowmen.
- Snow Ice Cream- If you end up having a white Christmas, use fresh snow to make ice cream in seconds.
- Cookie Bowls- Fully edible cookie bowls can be decorated and filled with candies or even used as a place holder/ name tag at parties.