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Have some fun with your kids in the kitchen this holiday season! We’ve got 15 kid-friendly recipes to choose from.
Spend some quality time with your kids in the kitchen this holiday season!
1. Brownie Christmas Trees

Brownies are a staple at any party, and this recipe is super-simple and festive!

 Brownies are a staple at any party, and this recipe is super-simple and festive!

2. Gingerbread Cookies

These cute-as-a-button gingerbread people are easy to make and fun to eat! 

 These cute-as-a-button gingerbread people are easy to make and fun to eat!

3. Hot Cocoa with Cinnamon Cream

Think of this sweet warm-up after skating, sledding, or shoveling snow! 

 Think of this sweet warm-up after skating, sledding, or shoveling snow!

4. Reindeer Chow

This is a sweet and salty snack that will satisfy everyone's taste buds—and Santa's reindeer too! 

 This is a sweet and salty snack that will satisfy everyone's taste buds—and Santa's reindeer too!

5. Chocolate-Covered Pretzel Rods

Kids can experiment with their favorite toppings to create these simple, but festive, treats for snacking or gift-giving. 

 Kids can experiment with their favorite toppings to create these simple, but festive, treats for snacking or gift-giving.

6. Meringue Snowmen

Your kids will be wowed at how egg whites transform into these fluffy, glossy meringue snowmen.

 Your kids will be wowed at how egg whites transform into these fluffy, glossy meringue snowmen.

7. Peppermint "Meltaway" Cookies

The snow won't be the only thing melting this winter; warm up with these deliciously gooey treats.

 The snow won't be the only thing melting this winter; warm up with these deliciously gooey treats.

8. Strawberry Santa Hats

With all the baked goods around the holidays, a juicy, fruit dessert is sure to be a hit!

 With all the baked goods around the holidays, a juicy, fruit dessert is sure to be a hit!

9. Snowman Oreo Balls

Bring the snowman decorating inside; just add frosting eyes, a nose, a mouth, and a chocolate hat!

 Bring the snowman decorating inside; just add frosting eyes, a nose, a mouth, and a chocolate hat!

10. Christmas Wreath Cookies

The kids can participate in the entire process of making these no-bake Christmas wreath cookies.

 The kids can participate in the entire process of making these no-bake Christmas wreath cookies.

11. Santa Crunch Popcorn

This irresistible snack is sure to be pop-ular! 

 This irresistible snack is sure to be pop-ular!

12. Chocolate Pretzel Hugs

These bite-size treats are easy to make and satisfying for kids and adults alike. 

 These bite-size treats are easy to make and satisfying for kids and adults alike.

13. Rice Krispy Snowmen

These treats are a classic, and your kids can customize each snowman to be their very own. 

 These treats are a classic, and your kids can customize each snowman to be their very own.

14. Christmas Tree Oreo Pops

Transform a classic cookie into a festive, chocolate pop! 

 Transform a classic cookie into a festive, chocolate pop!

15. Melted Snowman Bark

There's "snow" way your kids won't adore this silly melted snowmen bark.

There's "snow" way your kids won't adore this silly melted snowmen bark.

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