50+ Edible Christmas Crafts and Winter Snack Ideas


50+ Edible Christmas Crafts and Winter Snack Ideas

Get the whole family involved with these easy Christmas snacks for kids to make!

Edible Christmas Crafts and Winter Snack Ideas

These Edible Christmas crafts are the AFKC-approved way to let your kids play with their food this holiday season. As we navigate these unprecedented times, it's important to keep up with traditions of old— or start new ones!— to give everyone a sense of normalcy. Each of these winter snacks is delicious and easy enough for kids to make. Note: Some may require adult supervision.

Christmas is all about spending time with your family and loved ones. Why not enjoy a bit of it in the kitchen? From recipes to make fairy bread shaped like a whimsical Christmas tree to simple instructions to turn your child's favorite Oreo's into into a snowman they'll enjoy decorating, this collection of edible kids crafts has everything you need to get those creative juices flowing.

Once finished, keep these sweet treats to yourselves or turn them into a homemade gift to give to your neighbors and the mailman this year. Either way, your kids will have so much fun helping you in the kitchen, and you'll be left with memories to last a lifetime.

Snowman Snacks for Preschoolers

"Do you wanna build a snowman?" Frosty the Snowman has never been so delicious. These snowman treats are sure to be a hit with your kids who love Olaf from Disney's Frozen and dear old Frosty. When the snow is coming down and it's too cold to go outside, you can build a snowman in the warmth and safety of your kitchen with these edible snowman snacks.

Winter Snack Ideas for School

Become a smash hit at your kids' next school Christmas party with these sweet treats. Just be sure to check with the classroom guidelines for outside food before you get cooking. Going virtual this year? No worries! These cute winter snack ideas are also perfect for spreading cheer to your little ones who may be looking for a little wintry fun. Your kids will have so much fun making these edible crafts with you that they won't even care that they're stuck in the house. Plus, they'll have something neat to show off to their classmates on Zoom.

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