This time of year, lots of us are looking for cute Christmas treats for school parties or daycare holiday events. Maybe you are even hosting your own kid’s Christmas party and are looking for some fun snack ideas to serve.
If baking is not your thing, in the list below you will even find some easy Christmas snacks for kids to make themselves for your holiday events and parties.
Also included below are some healthy options that are still Christmas-themed and fun – they would be a great option for preschool snacks or even special lunchbox treats.
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Easy & Cute Christmas Snacks For Kids
Nutcracker Pretzels from Eats Amazing
I these simple snowflake snacks that would be great for a Nutcracker (or even Frozen) themed birthday party.
Sugar Cone Christmas Trees from The Suburban Soapbox
These cute Christmas treats would look amazing as an edible centrepiece or as part of a cookie platter.
Santa’s Cookies & Milk from Delicious Table
I almost added these cookies to my list of free printable letter to Santa printables – they are such a great idea for holiday parties.
No Bake Gingerbread Cake Pops from Coupon Clipping Cook
If you are looking for a fun Christmas snack for kids to make with you, these no-bake treats are perfect.
Candy Cane Cookies from Homemade Food Junkie
These candy cane cookies are made with the Christmas edition kisses and are a staple in my house.
Rudolph Rice Krispies® Treats from The Seasoned Mom
Rice Krispie treats always make great Christmas snacks for kids – they can help make them too!
Reindeer Chow from Life Made Simple
Put out bowls of this reindeer chow before playdates and Christmas gatherings, it is perfect for all ages.
Snowmen Snack Cups from Eats Amazing
If you are tasked with bringing kid’s Christmas party snacks for preschool or daycare, these snowmen cups are a great idea. They are easy to put together and so cute.
Grinch Popcorn from Recipes From A Pantry
The new Grinch movie is out this year and I know a lot of people are throwing Grinch-themed parties – this popcorn is a super easy to make snack that looks amazing!
Santa Hats from Confessions of a Mommyaholic
Another great idea using sugar cones – these Santa hats are so easy to make!
Coconut Bliss Ball Snowmen from Veggie Desserts
If you need a gluten-free Christmas party snack, these coconut bliss balls are one of the healthiest recipes on this list. They require only 6 ingredients and are vegan as well as gluten and sugar-free.
Penguin Marshmallows from Eats Amazing
Older kids will love making these cute Christmas treats out of marshmallows and candy treats. They look amazing for holiday parties and playdate snacks.
Candy Cane Reindeer Pops from Finding Zest
Another simple no-bake Christmas treat that would make a great party favour too.
Holiday Pudding Cups from We’re Parents
These pudding cups are another great option for taking to a daycare holiday party for snack-time.
Sugar-Free Coconut Ice from Essential Keto
Coconut ice is one of those treats that just looks pretty! This version is low-carb and keto-friendly so great for pre-Christmas snacking when you don’t want to go overboard.
Santa Rice Krispie Treats from The Suburban Soapbox
Another easy Rice Krispie treat option that would be great for lunchboxes or school snacks.
Gingerbread Reindeer cookies from For The Love Of Food
These reindeer are a fun Christmas snack for kids that they can help decorate and even bake.
Pear Rudolph from Healthy Little Foodies
If you are looking for a healthy Christmas snack that is still festive, this reindeer made out a whole pear is perfect for little kids.
Santa Cookies from My Poppet
Cookies that are are easy enough for children to make with supervision and they look great too!
Christmas S’mores from Coupon Clipping Cook
Christmas s’mores would make a fantastic winter treat with a mug of streaming hot chocolate after an afternoon of ice skating or one of the other ideas on my winter bucket list
Christmas Layered Jello Pots from Kidgredients
All children love Jello and it is so easy to make – these festive pots will make a cute dessert for Christmas dinner.
Apple & Peanut Butter Christmas Sandwiches from Healthy Little Foodies
If you have younger children or are trying to avoid sugar, these little “sandwiches” are perfect for a Christmas snack.
Traditional Gingerbread Men from Marsha’s Baking Addiction
Who doesn’t love a gingerbread man?
Peppermint Bark Cookies from Family Spice
Peppermint bark is a holiday must, these cookies are a really nice twist on a classic.
Snowman Cupcakes from Little Sunny Kitchen
These cupcakes are cute Christmas snacks for kids to make with a little help from a grown-up. They are easy to make and don’t require fancy icing skills.
Snowmen Donuts from For The Love Of Food
For younger children who like to help with holiday baking, these donuts are easy to put together and make a great Christmas snack.
More Christmas Fun For Kids
Looking for a way to organize your holidays this year? Check out my Stress-Free Christmas Planner for 2018. It comes with a bonus kid’s journal that will make a great stocking stuffer.
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