Fun Christmas Snack Crafts for Kids

Christmas will be here before you know it, in fact, it’s almost a month away!

My kids love getting into the kitchen around the holidays and helping bake or cook meals. Getting your kids involved in cooking while their young can teach them valuable kitchen skills, and even teach them to cook on their own in the future.

Making snack crafts is a fun way to get the little ones interested in cooking, and that’s why I put together 20 Christmas snack crafts that your kids can make. While they need a little parental supervision, most of these recipes can be made without you.

Let the kids get creative in the kitchen this holiday season with these fun Christmas snack crafts that that can make themselves.

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Fun Christmas snack crafts for kids

Turn serving cups into a cute Snowman Snack Craft from Natural Beach Living to make any Christmas party more fun.

This sweet and salty Christmas Popcorn from Mom Foodie would be great for a Christmas movie night.

Turn simple pretzels into fun Grinch Snacks from Wondermom Wannabe. (You can find the fun food markers here!)

Take an Oreo and turn into a cute Christmas Reindeer snack from Childhood 101.

A simple Snack Filled Ornament from Busy Creating Memories would make a great party favor or a simple gift for friends. 

This Gingerbread Christmas Tree from Busy Mommy Media is simple enough for even your littlest kids to make. 

Rudolph Christmas Snacks from Rainy Day Mum would make a fun after school snack.

Christmas Strawberries from Wondermom Wannabe turn simple strawberries into sparkly Christmas lights. Fun!

Turn pretzel sticks into fun Rudolph Treats likes these from Masshole Mommy. You can find similar candy eyes here.

A Rainbow Cookie Gift Jar from Red Ted Art makes a fun kid-made Christmas gifts. And, they’re also fun for the kids to make!

Let the kids get creative in the kitchen this holiday season with these fun Christmas snack crafts that that can make themselves.

More fun Christmas snacks for kids

These fruit Christmas Kabobs from Suburban Simplicity are a fun and healthy snack.

Fudge can actually be a very easy Christmas treat to make and this Easy Christmas Fudge from Tweenhood is the perfect recipe for your kids to try themselves.

I’ve never met a kid that hasn’t had fun turning an ice cream cone into a fun Waffle Cone Christmas Trees like these from Somewhat Simple.

Make a store-bought snack special by turning it into a Reindeer Granola Bar with this package decoration idea from A Night Owl Blog.

Use celery sticks to make this Healthy Christmas Tree Snack from Fantastic Fun and Learning.

Turn store-bought Jello cups into a fun Christmas Tree Snack from Craft Create Cook.

Build a Santa Candy Sleigh from Red Ted Art out of your Christmas candy. This would also make a fun gift for your friends!

These Wreath Chocolate Covered Oreos from Heartbeats Soul Stains would make a fun addition to the cookie tray. 

Make these Celery Reindeer Snacks from Wondermom Wannabe for fun and healthy after school snack.

Kids will love to make their own Christmas candy when they make these Chocolate Rudolph Bites from Chocolate and Wine, I’ll Be Fine.

Which of these fun Christmas snack crafts are you going to make with your kids?

Let the kids get creative in the kitchen this holiday season with these fun Christmas snack crafts that that can make themselves.

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You can make your Christmas snack crafts festive with some fun holiday-themed dishes and serving ware. Grab some cute paper plates for serving or display your fun creations on a pretty Christmas platter. Here are some of our favorite choices. 


You may also like one of these fun Christmas Activities for Kids

Gingerbread Man Paper Doll Decoration

Paper Plate Christmas Tree

Santa Hat Christmas Ornament

Salt Dough Candy Cane Ornament

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Terri is a writer and mom of two elementary-aged girls. She has a passion for learning and is always looking for ways to make learning fun. You can find her here writing about fun learning activities, art, craft, and family fun ideas.

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