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Snacks & Treats

5 Easy and Adorable Holiday Treats

Dec 12, 2017

Tis the season to be snacking, right? But what's better than snacking alone? Snacking as a family! And with that in mind, we've created five adorable treat recipes that will bring you and the kids together not just to eat 'em, but to make 'em, too. 

Reindeer Sandwiches

Mm, sandwiches. What's not to love? Well, with this little DIY, there's more to love: because you're turning your kid's lunch into the most adorable reindeer. Get the instructions here


Snowman Mini Doughnuts

Sometimes, you don't have too much time to make holiday-themed snacks. To that we say ... you do! These three-ingredient mini doughnuts can be made in a flash and you and your kids will love them! Get the instructions here


Reindeer Applesauce Cups

Applesauce is already delicious, and an easy snack to give to the kids. But why not spruce it up with a few tiny tweaks and turn a cup into a cute-as-a-button reindeer. Get the instructions here


Cheese Santas

We wish you a dairy Christmas with these cheese Santas, which are almost way too cute to eat. Get the instructions here.


Kiwi Christmas Tree Stackers

There are going to be a lot of ways to get sugar over the holidays, but might we recommend a little fruit? These kiwi Christmas tree stackers fit the bill! And they're so pretty. Get the instructions from Jen Kossowan here

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