Friday, November 26, 2021

10 Edible Crafts For A Child's Christmas Party

When Having A Kid's Party You Always Want To Make It Unique As Possible And Making Treats Out Of Candy Is One Unique Way Your Kids Will Love. Here Are Some Awesome Edible Crafts For Your Next Child's Christmas Party......I Hope You Enjoy Them :)
 10 Edible Crafts For A Child's Christmas Party
Every holiday, you set out with the best intentions to make a next-level gingerbread house, but if your attempts are anything like ours, it more often than not ends up a gigantic pile of frosting, cookies, and candy that is maybe the most unappetizing sweets have ever looked. But before you give up on them for good, we've got a trick, and it's going to help you make the easiest (and also the most delicious) gingerbread house ever. CONTINUE READING >>HERE<<

This load bearing treat is surprisingly easy to make. Wafer cookies make up the bulk of the truck while Rolos move it all along as giant monster truck tires. A little bit of frosting holds it all together, including tiny little chocolate chips for headlights. Don’t stop at pink trucks, vanilla and chocolate wafer cookies add a manly touch to a sweet treat that everyone will love! CONTINUE READING >>HERE<<

Attach chewy Mike and Ike candies to Almond M&M’s to create these festive Candy Christmas Lights. They are so quick and easy to make that you can have a whole string of them made in less time that it takes to untangle real lights. CONTINUE READING >>HERE<<

These DIY Peppermint Candy Bowls are the perfect DIY Christmas Gift. Made from peppermint candy and melted into a bowl, you can put delicious holiday candy in it and wrap it up for an adorable holiday gift for friends, family, co-workers and more! CONTINUE READING >>HERE<<

I love all holiday decorations, but my absolute favorite decorations are those from the past—especially mid-century decorations. Aluminum trees, tinsel, brightly colored glass and metallic ornaments … basically anything full of kitsch and color really makes me swoon. When thinking of holiday dessert ideas, I wanted to pay homage to those beautiful ornament colors of the past, and a wreath cake adorned with retro-colored ornament candies seemed like a pretty perfect way to do that! CONTINUE READING >>HERE<< 

Add a touch of whimsy to your Christmas treats this holiday by making Edible Santa Suit Candy Cups. You can fill them with candies, pudding, chocolate mousse, or nuts. This has sure been a busy holiday season for me, trying to balance my chocolate making business with blogging while making sure our exchange student has a wonderful holiday experience. CONTINUE READING >>HERE<< 

Peppermint candies are so festive and classic, no matter what time of the year it is, the sight and smell of peppermints always reminds me of the holidays. Peppermint Candy Ornaments are thrifty and quick to make, they’re a handmade project that is perfect for this time of the year, when we’re all running a little lower on money and time! You could make a dozen of these edible ornaments at just a dollar per bag of peppermints. CONTINUE READING >>HERE<<

This edible craft is the cutest thing ever. I wonder if the kids could save it and take it home to hang it on the tree without taking a bite or two. CONTINUE READING >>HERE<<

If you are going to the grocery store, you may need to add a few items to the shopping list … I’m sure you will want to make some silly reindeer!  Do you have Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, Little Debbie Swiss Rolls, candy canes, Sixlets, candy eyeballs and pretzel sticks in your pantry?  I’m kind of embarrassed to admit, but really happy that I actually had all of those items in my kitchen!  I couldn’t resist temptation … ignored my “to do” list and made Peanut Butter Cup and Swiss Roll Reindeer for you. CONTINUE READING >>HERE<<

Looking for a simple way to keep your kids busy during winter break? Look no more! DIY Gumdrop Snowflakes are a simple way to keep all the little hands in your life, busy! They are a perfect addition to a children’s table at Christmas dinner, or even the perfect topping to a special Christmas gift. You might even have all the supplies hiding in your kitchen already! CONTINUE READING >>HERE<<

No comments:

Post a Comment


Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...