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Fun and festive treats to create

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Christmas is just around the corner! We love celebrating the festive season and what better way to kick off the month of December than with some merry-licious treats! Start the festivities from the 1st of December and fill the days in the lead up to Christmas with a whole of cheer paired with one of these easy and absolutely adorable snacks. If you’re stuck for gifts, you can even bundle them up as a thoughtful, handmade gift. Let’s dig in!

 

1. Christmas Marshmallow Pops

Marshmallows, pudding, adorable – check!

Marshmellow Pops

2. Christmas Tree Cookie Stacks

Have you seen anything cuter than these tree stacks?

Christmas Tree Stacks

3. Red Velvet Cookie Sandwiches

We were sold at red velvet! Sounds like a sandwich worth trying.

Red Velvet

4. Strawberry Santas

Here’s a fresh twist on Santa!

Strawberry Santas

5. Stained- glass Christmas trees

A sparkling Christmas treat!

Stained Glass

6. Christmas Mint Slice Balls

Minty fresh and delicious option for those who aren’t a Christmas pudding fan.

Mint

7. Christmas Tree Brownies

Christmas tree, o’ Christmas tree you look deliciously festive!

Christmas Tree Brownie

8. Reindeer Cookies

One of my go-to’s for the festive season. Mix it up with a Jaffa nose and pretzel antlers!

Reinderr Cookies

9. Peppermint Bark

A merry-licious and snappy treat to whip up!

Peppermint Bark

10. Melted Snowman Cookies

I don’t think you can get any cuter than these melt-in-your-mouth cookies.

Snowman Cookies

11. Magic Reindeer Food

Don’t forget to leave a treat out for the reindeers.

Reindeer Food

12. Santa Crunch Popcorn

The perfect treat for a Christmas movie sesh.

Popcorn

Do you have a go-to cute Christmas treat? Share your festive favourite with us in the comments.

 

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2 comments

  1. Andrea Deegan says:

    Cookies ? Are you no longer an Australian company? Here we call them biscuits, or bikkies!

    • Gina Thompson says:

      Hi Andrea, the recipe in question does in fact use cookies. Cookies are typically larger, softer and chewier than biscuits. I believe Americans use the term ‘cookie’ for both biscuits and cookies and then ‘biscuit’ for something like a scone.

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