Top 5 holiday treats for kids

Top 5 holiday treats for kids

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  • Santa's Stocking Cap Cupcakes

    These adorable cupcakes are perfect for little hands to help with – and to eat! You can make homemade cupcakes and frosting with your favorite recipes or get some help from the store for a semi-homemade version.

    12 white cupcakes
    1 can whipped white frosting or whipped cream
    12 strawberries, stems removed
    12 mini marshmallows
    12 toothpicks

    Lightly frost cupcakes with white frosting or whipped cream.

    Use a toothpick to skewer strawberry with one marshmallow on top. Insert toothpick into top of frosted cupcake. Surround bottom of strawberry with additional frosting or whipped cream to create the base of Santa's hat.

    By Lindsay Weiss

  • Snowman Kabobs

    This treat requires amazingly little effort and delivers oohs and ahhs every time. The kids can pitch in by skewering the donuts, placing the candy "button," and even drawing the tiny eyes and mouth.

    36 mini powdered donut holes
    12 long wooden skewers
    12 orange Mike and Ike candies
    6 green Mike and Ike candies, cut in half
    4 red Fruit Roll-Ups
    Black gel icing (or edible ink)

    Skewer 3 donut holes on each wooden skewer. Place one orange Mike and Ike candy in the center of the top donut for the nose. Insert half of a green candy into center of lower donut for button, then the other half into the middle donut. Slice fruit leather into thin strips and wrap around once and tie for scarf. Use black gel icing (or edible ink) to make eyes and mouth.

  • Reindeer Brownies

    Brownie recipe of your choice (to make a 9-by-13-inch pan of brownies)

    Mini pretzel twists
    Brown and red M&Ms
    Chocolate frosting
    Vanilla frosting

    Make brownies as directed. Cut into triangle shapes.

    Attach mini pretzel "antlers" with chocolate frosting on two corners of each brownie. Attach a red candy "nose" on third corner with a touch of chocolate frosting.

    Finish with brown candy "eyes," attached with vanilla frosting.

  • Sugar Plum Fairy Sticks

    Every holiday kids' table needs a bit of sparkle. These fairy sticks are magically delicious – and couldn't be simpler! You can find the almond bark in the baking aisle, and the sparkling sugar can be found at craft stores and specialty baking shops.

    1 package thick rod pretzel sticks
    1 package white almond bark
    Waxed paper
    Sparkling sugar

    Follow package directions for melting almond bark (using a tall, narrow container will allow for deeper, easier dipping). Dip pretzel sticks in almond bark and set on waxed paper. Sprinkle generously with sparkling sugar and let harden completely before serving.

  • Cinnamon Sugar Snowflake Tortillas

    What's better than cutting snowflakes out of paper? How about cutting them out of warm tortillas, sprinkling them with cinnamon sugar, and then eating them! Ten minutes in the oven transforms each child's personalized snowflake into a yummy and wholesome snack.

    6 medium flour tortillas
    2 Tbsp melted butter
    Cinnamon sugar

    Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Microwave each tortilla for about 10 seconds to soften and make cutting easier. Fold tortilla in half, and then in half again. Let your child use clean kids' scissors to cut the tortilla like a snowflake. Unfold and brush with melted butter, sprinkle with cinnamon sugar, and bake for approximately 10 minutes or until golden.

    By Lindsay Weiss

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