30 Christmas Themed Snacks, Desserts, & Treats

Christmas is a great time to get creative.  Try one of these out for your next party, family gathering, or movie night.  Come on, who doesn’t love a snowman on a sled?

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1.Santa Hat Cupcakes

Christmas is a great time to get creative.  Try one of these out for your next party, family gathering, or movie night.  Come on, who doesn’t love a snowman on a sled?

From: Frugal Mom eh!

2. Christmas Cheese & Cracker Tray

Christmas Tree Cheese and Cracker Tray is such a great food idea for the holidays.  Use your favorite meats and cheeses to create this adorable edible tree!

From: My Name Is Snickerdoodle

3. Kerstboom

Deze kerstboom borrelhapjes zijn leuke en gezonde kersthapjes voor de kinderen. Ook leuk als voorgerecht met de kerst! Snel recept en heel simpel.

Google Translate: These Christmas tree snacks are fun and healthy Christmas snacks for the children. Also nice as a starter with Christmas! Quick recipe and very simple.

From: de Kinder Kook Shop

4. Christmas Tree Waffles

Christmas morning is the most anticipated day of the year. In our house, we have a tradition of making breakfast (and coffee) before we open presents. One thing we started making last year was Christmas Tree Waffles.

From: kids activities blog

5. Sledding Marshmallow Snowman

Gram, Mallow, Oreo, Candy Cane, Gumdrop, and Licorice Stick.  It’s that simple.

From: welke.nl

6. Polar Bear Pretzel Pops

Whether you have kids, or you’re a kid at heart, you’ll have a great time this winter making White Chocolate Polar Bear Pretzel Pops. They are an irresistible sweet and salty treat that are perfect for the holiday season.

From: Hungry Happenings

7. Polar Bear Hot Chocolate Marshmallows

We LOVE polar bears and making fun foods! So, I’m thrilled to share this fun polar bear hot chocolate idea as part of a fun sponsored campaign for the all new movie Norm of the North!

From: Mom Endeavors

8. Krispie Treat Christmas Trees

These Christmas tree rice krispies are super fun and cute to make! You can really use any candy you want as ornaments. I like having the kiddos help me with these because they really can’t mess up. These are great for parties, bake sales or just a fun treat for the kiddos on Christmas. Enjoy!

From: Raining Hot Coupons

9. Reindeer Sandwiches Kids Party Food

Here is a fun way to spice up the kid’s packed lunch at school for the holidays that takes little extra time, but will be extra fun for them.  Reindeer sandwiches are the perfect way to make a lunch with a little holiday magic for the kiddos.

From: A Spotted Pony

10. Reindeer Oreo Balls

Oreo balls are the perfect Christmas treat because they only require 3 ingredient, along with being very simple no bake treats that anyone can make! They’re perfect for you to make for a Christmas party that you’re holding or attending. Or great to package up and take to your neighbors as a holiday gift.

From: Like Mother Like Daughter

11. Reindeer Rice Krispies

These Reindeer Rice Krispies require a few extra ingredients but they are worth it! The end result is so cute.

From: Thirty Handmade Days

12. Rudolph Punch

My girls loved drinking this Christmas punch at holiday meals when they were growing up.  And honestly, I still love it today.  We affectionately called it “Rudolph Punch” and it’s so simple you don’t even need a recipe for it!

From: Duct Tape and Denim

13. Strawberry Santas

These Santas actually started their lives as Santa Hats.  The kids and my husband picked strawberries in the afternoon and I got all excited.  I made what I thought were excellent Santa hats. But as soon as my husband walked in and saw them . . .

From: my kids lick the bowl

14. Grinch Popcorn

I have no idea if they have Grinch Popcorn in Who-ville or not, but I think that they should. I mean really, who doesn’t love chocolate covered popcorn? As you can see my crazy Grinch inspired recipes are continuing and they seem to be a big hit, which makes me very happy, and it’s really fun seeing the visions in my head become reality, lol

From: Cooking with Curls

15. Melted Snowman Chocolate Bark

Melted snowman chocolate bark – a super easy holiday dessert. Chocolate candy melts, Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, Red Hots and a few other easy ingredients are all you need! A great option for Christmas cookie swap parties or a perfect holiday gift!

From: Princess Pinky Girl

16. Lump of Coal Rice Krispie Treats

Everyone remembers the old story about Santa leaving a lump of coal in your stocking if you are on the naughty list.  This year, you can leave these Lump Of Coal Rice Krispie Treatsinstead!  Your kids will love finding a delicious snack in their stocking and you get to have fun with the story of telling them they are on the naughty list.

From: Premeditated Leftovers

17. Chocolate Caramel Christmas Wands

Chocolate Caramel Christmas Wands are a breeze to make and are perfectly festive! Great for gift giving, parties, and more!

From: Mom on Timeout

18. Chocolate Covered Marshmallow Reindeer

I had a lot of ideas in my head of projects I wanted to try out this holiday season, and this is the one that has won out as my favorite so far. My Chocolate Covered Marshmallow Pumpkins were so incredibly popular, that I knew I needed to come up with some new ideas for Christmas…and probably for every season afterward! (Can you say, Chocolate Covered Peeps??? YUM!!!)

From: yellowblissroad

19. Reindeer Chow

Reindeer Chow, an easy, fun, and favorite holiday treat!

This is one of those holiday treats my family always made and is also commonly known as muddy buddies.

From: This Silly Girl’s Kitchen

20. Peanut Butter Celery Reindeer Sticks

This season we are taking the classic Ants on a Log snack and throwing a holiday twist on it! These Peanut Butter Celery Reindeer Sticks are a healthy option for moms out there wanting to feed their kids something fun yet still maintaining a majority clean eating lifestyle.

From: Fork & Beans

21. Chocolate-Dipped Oreo Snowflakes

Chocolate Dipped Oreo Snowflakes …adorable and easy treats the whole family can help make!

From: iheart nap time

22. Christmas Oreo Pops

Oreos and chocolate on a stick.  Make it cute and everyone will love them!

From: Chelsea’s Messy Apron

23. Easy Reindeer Sugar Cookies

Aren’t they the cutest cookies ever?! They are so easy!

From: One Little Project

24. Christmas Lights Cookies

Christmas Lights Cookies with a small batch of royal icing and mini M&Ms as Christmas Lights.

From: Dessert for Two

25. Easy Snowman Cookies

These Easy Snowman Oreo Cookies are so festive, delicious and great for kids to help make too. A perfect no bake-treat option and only a few ingredients, they come together quickly!

From: Meal Planning Magic

26. Christmas Chex Mix

This Chex Mix recipe, Christmas Crack, is the perfect DIY holiday treat! The mix of sweet and salty with a hint of peppermint is so good. Afterwords, put it in a cute holiday tin and you have the perfect DIY Christmas Gift!

From: Princess Pinky Girl

27. Pull-Apart Christmas Tree

Oh cheesy tree, oh cheesy tree!

From: delish

28. Brownie Christmas Trees

The full printable recipe and instructions are at the bottom of this post. You can make these from scratch if you really want, but I just used a boxed mix and a tub of store bought icing.

From: One Little Project

29. Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer Brownies

Christmas is almost here and if you’re looking for an easy way to dress-up your brownies, this is it! Easy Rudolph Brownies! You can make regular Reindeer Brownies too but the red nose is just so fun and really pops on the chocolate brownies.

From: Your Cup of Cake

30. Vanilla Christmas Tree Meringues

Hooray for holiday baking!!!! My kids and I love spending time in the kitchen together. We’ve tried so many new recipes but today we are sharing one of our favorites with you. When I say meringue cookies, my kids jump! This recipe for vanilla Christmas Meringue Cookies is so easy and so tasty (they practically melt in your mouth). They are perfect to bake on Christmas morning or for holiday parties. But, if you’re anything like us, we just make them for fun!

From: Smart School House