These easy, holiday snacks are all simple and kid-friendly. You’ll be able to pull together any of these snack ideas easily in the middle of a hectic holiday season.
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Holiday Snack Ideas
The moment you’ve been waiting for, simple and delicious snack ideas! Some of these you can enjoy at home or proudly bring to a party, I’ll leave that decision up to you.
How adorable are these strawberry Santas? These only require a handful of ingredients, and your kids can help assemble the Santas. It’s a perfect way to get some fruit into your kids’ diets during the holiday season!
For some reason, kids are more likely to eat their fruits and veggie when they’re in fun shapes. These grinch kabobs are the perfect examples. They’re simply cut-up fruit with a marshmallow, but they’re so fun to eat!
Peppermint ice cream blended with white chocolate chips and crushed candy canes into a creamy milkshake that tastes like a dream! Top it with whipped cream and additional crushed candy cane for a gorgeous, drinkable treat.
Next time you do a bonfire to enjoy a cold-weather night, try one of these strawberry s’mores. Melted chocolate with gooey marshmallows and juicy roasted strawberries in between crunchy graham crackers doesn’t get any more delicious, my friends.
The delicious combination of sweet and salty with buttery popcorn glazed with white chocolate and holiday sprinkles. This recipe does well as party food or an edible gift for friends and family.
Mini bread pudding bites baked with cranberries, orange zest, and finished off with a drizzle of white chocolate glaze. They make a delicious treat you can enjoy as a snack or even Christmas breakfast!
More Christmas Snack Ideas
The goodness doesn’t end here, check out these bonus snacks to keep the holiday party going.
- Raw Gingerbread Cookies + Balls
- String Cheese Snowmen Superfood Chocolate Bark
- Gluten-Free Sugar Cookies
- Homemade Hot Chocolate
What holiday snack will your family enjoy first?
Fun Holiday Snack Ideas
- Mini marshmallows
- Strawberries, tops sliced off
- Banana, peeled and sliced
- Green grapes
- First wash and cut your fruit.
- On each toothpick, assemble your kabob as follows: one mini marshmallow, one strawberry, one banana slice, and one green grape.