12 Christmas Treats You Can Make with the Kids

Have yourself a yummy little Christmas!

These delicious, easy to make tasty treats should keep your kitchen bustling over the festive season and bursting with colour.


Chocolate Bark

Chocolate bark is so easy to make and you can make so many different flavours. They are great as a gift too! Head over to Crazy for Crust for the recipe.

Source: Crazy for Crust

Christmas Balls

This is another super easy recipe, not many ingredients and only 3 steps, such festive colours too! You can find the recipe here on Taste.com.au.

Source: Taste.com.au

Brownie Christmas Trees

Everyone loves brownies! These would make a great centrepiece on any dessert table. This is another recipe from Taste.com.au

Source: Taste.com.au

Santa Hat Cheesecake Bites

Who doesn’t love cheesecake? These mini versions of a strawberry cheesecake are so cute and simple! Find the recipe here at delish.com.


Christmas Swirl Fudge

With another simple recipe, Betty Crocker brings us this delicious looking fudge, they would make a great gift too.

Source: Betty Crocker

Christmas Oreo Pops

These Christmas Oreo Pops are so adorable, make sure you read the instructions before you start creating. Check out the recipe on It’s Always Autumn.

Source: It’s Always Autumn

Pretzel M&M Hugs

These hugs are so colourful and festive! Cooking Classy has the recipe here.

Source: Cooking Classy

Christmas Gingerbread Reindeer

This is a cute take on the Christmas staple – the Gingerbread man. The kids will have fun making these. Find the recipe here on Kidspot.

Source: Kidspot

Tiny Teddy Santa Sleigh

These are definitely a spectacle! Your older kids will enjoy helping create these. This is another one from Kidspot.

Source: Kidspot

Healthy Santa Skewers

These fruit skewers might still have a little sugar but at least you’ll get some fruit in to their tummies! For some more healthy Christmas snack ideas, head over to Clean and Scentsible.

Source: Clean and Scentsible

Santa Strawberries

Everyone will love these! Super simple to make too. Check out the recipe on Leanne Bakes.

Source: Leanne Bakes

Shortbread Stars

It’s not Christmas without Shortbread Stars! This easy recipe can be found at Bake Play Smile.

Source: Bake Play Smile

Enjoy your Christmas baking! Don’t forget to post a photo of your festive treats in the Melville Mums Facebook group.

Liz De Prose
Author: Liz De Prose

Liz is a local mum of two young children and is passionate about supporting other Mums. With a background in marketing and event management, being a part of Melville Mums is a great way to put her experience and skillset to good use.

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