20 cute Christmas treats for your little helpers

20 cute Christmas treats for your little helpers | Mum's Grapevine

Christmas is a time when calories don’t count (right?), making it the prime time to gather your little helpers around the kitchen and get creative. From no bake marshmallow pops, to a heap of recipes to use up all those candy canes, we’ve got your Christmas sweet treats covered.

Here are 20 cute and tasty Christmas treats for you and the family to enjoy together.

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Oh Christmas tree

Easy Christmas cones

We love ice cream, but these cookie filled ice-cream cone Christmas trees sound delish and the kids will have a ball sticking lollies all over them. (via Coupon Clipping Cook)

Confetti cake batter cookies

Christmas confetti cookies

Crispy on the outside and deliciously chewy on the inside – just the way a cookie is meant to be. (via Sally’s Baking Addiction)

Milk & cookie shots

Milk & Cookie Shots - So cool!

These (non-alcoholic) milk and cookie shots would be much appreciated by Santa on his Christmas Eve travels. (via Popsugar)

Strawberry Christmas trees

Christmas tree bites made from strawberries and biscuits!

These impressive treats look amazing, but they are actually super easy to make. (via Good Home Design)

Candy cane marshmallow pops

Easy candy cane marshmallows

An easy peasy, no bake recipe for those of us who are more (ahem) domestically challenged than others.  (via Liv Life)

Soft & chewy M&M cookies

Christmas M&M cookies

A soft and chewy cookie loaded with a heap of M&Ms and chocolate chips. We can feel our mouths watering. (via Averie Cooks)

Fruity Santas

Fun fruity Santa snacks

If you want your kidlet’s treats to be more on the healthy side, go for these fruity Santas on a stick.(via Clean & Scentsible)

Rudolph & friends cookies

Easy reindeer cookies

You could bake the cookies from scratch, or if you’re time poor, just use a packet of store bought chocolate bikkies and decorate them. Nobody will care, the end result is just too stinkin’ cute! (via Your Cup of Cake)

Royal mini puddings

Royal mini puddings make a cute Christmas treat for the kids

What’s better than a delicious Arnott’s Royal chocolate biscuit? One that’s been turned into a no-bake mini pudding made by your culinary kidlets. (via Taste)

Reindeer Oreo pops

Reindeer Oreo Pops!

Dipped in chocolate, these Oreo cookies are no bake and almost too cute to eat! (via Easy Baked)

Christmas tree cupcakes

Easy Christmas tree cupcakes

These scrumptious cupcakes look impressive, but they’re actually pretty easy to put together. Kids will go crazy for that frosting! (via Frugal Mom Eh)

Hot chocolate spoons

Serve ready to stir into hot chocolate with these cute Christmas treat spoons

Serve ready to stir into hot chocolate and watch everyone close their eyes as they savour the chocolatey goodness. (via The Nerd’s Wife)

Peppermint patties

Peppermint patties inspired by the colours of Christmas

These Christmas peppermint patties are inspired by the flavours of Christmas candy canes. (via Mom On Time Out)

Santa hat brownies

Chocolate brownies, strawberries and cream = a heavenly Christmas combo

Hold onto your Santa hats. Chocolate brownies, strawberries and cream = a heavenly Christmas combo. (via Daisy’s World)

Brownie Christmas trees

Delicious, gooey Christmas tree brownies - Get the recipe here!

For delicious, gooey brownies in the shape of a Christmas tree, just cut them into triangles instead of squares and let the kids decorate them in Christmas colours. (via Betty Crocker)

Candy cane lollipops

Candy cane Christmas lollypops

Use these mini candy cane lollipops to tell someone you heart them this Christmas. (via One Little Project)

Marshmallow snowman

Marshmallow snowman and hot chocolate in a jar makes a really cute Christmas gift!

Olaf fans will go cuckoo for these marshmallow snowmen. Pop into a jar with a tablespoon or two of hot chocolate powder for a really cute gift! (via BBC Good Food)

Reindeer gingerbread

Turn those regular gingerbread men upside down and you'll have reindeer shaped gingerbread - so clever!

Turn those regular gingerbread men upside down and you’ll have reindeer shaped gingerbread – so clever! (via Vohn’s Vittles)

Cookies & cream peppermint bark

Easy peasy cookies & cream peppermint bark

The kidlets are going to love making then breaking up this easy-peasy Christmas bark – especially as they’re munching on bits of it. (via Table & Dish)

Christmas biscuit house

Super cute Christmas biscuit house idea

Santa will be impressed if you use your favourite bikkies and lollies to make this super cute Christmas biscuit house. (via Taste)

READ MORE:
• 15 cool and creative Christmas food ideas
• 10 clever Christmas treats!
• 10 DIY Christmas baubles to make with the kids