30 Fun Children’s Christmas party food ideas, perfect for a festive occasion or your children’s school Christmas party. Cute kid’s Christmas party ideas your little ones will love!
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30 Simple & Fun Children’s Christmas Party Food Ideas
The weather is changing here and since I’ve pulled out the blankets, turned on the heat and began making comfort foods, it reminds me of one thing…. Christmas is coming.
One of my favorite things around the holidays is baking and making treats with my kids, for my children’s Christmas parties and festive sweets for get togethers.
These festive children’s Christmas party food ideas aren’t complicated, but are easy enough to make with a few extra helpers in the kitchen, taste yummy and look even better!
Whether you are bringing treats to your kid’s Christmas party at school, packing a lunch or just want to make something to surprise them during snack time, any of these 30 kid’s Christmas party treats will do the trick.
If you want even more sweets for your cookie exchange or for adults, these have a few more steps but look divine – 35 Fun & Easy Christmas Treats to Make With Your Family.
30 Cute & Festive Children’s Christmas Party Food Ideas
Festive Christmas treats and drinks that’ll surely delight children whether it’s for their Christmas party or a holiday get-together.
Grinch Juice from Sandy Toes and Popsicles
Santa Hat Brownies From I Heart Nap Time
String Cheese Snowmen from NoBiggie
Reindeer Cupcakes with Pretzel Antlers from Crazy Little Projects
Reindeer Donuts from Love From The Oven
Reindeer Applesauce from the Melrose Family
Santa Nutter Butters from Penguin Stamper
Santa Toast from Little Food Junction
The Grinch Grape Snack Bags from Kitchen Fun with My 3 Sons
Meringue Christmas Tree from Cake and Allie
Cheesecake Stuffed Strawberries from Laura Fuentes
Christmas Cooking Accessories to Jazz up Your Baking:
Chocolate Snowman Pretzels from Hungry Happenings!
Frosted Christmas Trees Kinder Craze
Chocolate Dipped Mandarin Oranges from My Fussy Eater
White Chocolate Popcorn from The 36th Avenue
Reindeer Water Bottles from Misadventures and Misanthropes
Banana Santas from Its Written on the Walls!
Santa Hat Cupcakes from FRUGAL MOM EH
Rudolph Pancakes From I Heart Naptime,
Inspired by Kitchen Fun with My Three Sons
Rudolph Pudding Cups from Mama Management
Watermelon Christmas Trees from Eating Vibrantly
Snowman String Cheese from A Burst of First
Christmas Marshmallow Pops from Two Sisters Crafting
Snow Ice Cream from Happy Hooligans
Want to make your Christmas party truly memorable? Make delicious snow ice cream with this easy, three-ingredient recipe! The kids AND the grownups will love this one, and chances are, it will be the start of an annual tradition for your gang.
Maple Syrup Snow Candy from Happy Hooligans
Similar to the snow ice cream idea, making maple syrup candy on the snow is a great activity to do with the kids every winter. And it’s so easy! You just need snow and maple syrup! This is another great tradition to do with the kids year after year.
Christmas Present Pretzels from Capturing Joy
Krispie Treat Christmas Trees From Raining Hot Coupons
Make this healthy fruit platter from Desiree Empire to bring to your next Christmas event
Santa Suit Rice Krispie Treats from Two Sisters Crafting
Elf Hats from Design Dazzle