Country Crock’s Fun Christmas for Kids Recipes
When the weather outside is frightful, there’s nothing more delightful than gathering the family around the kitchen table for some baking fun. Especially when everyone is going stir-crazy from being snowed in!
Make these treats any time during the holiday season, and for any occasion. These Christmas desserts for kids are perfect to have on hand even if you’re not one to celebrate the Yuletide season. Make a fresh batch for your next Hanukkah party, New Year’s bash, or simply to keep kids occupied during a snowstorm.
Now you can pass down traditional family recipes to your little ones without having to wait the usual 45 minutes that it takes regular butter to soften first. We know young kids can have short attention spans, so remember to substitute our ready-to-use Baking Sticks to cut down on prep time—they can be used straight from the fridge, so you can start baking immediately while keeping the kids happy and engaged knowing some tasty treats are on the way!
Christmas Cookies for Kids
Make It YoursTM — Stacked Christmas Tree
These cookies can make even the most impatient kids happy. They’ll love using their hands to handle the icing, sprinkles, gumdrops, and other treats to decorate their cookies! The candy definitely doesn’t hurt either. This might just be one of the best Christmas recipes for kids—get them involved in making these stacked holiday treats for bake sales, cookie swaps, or even for gifting Santa on Christmas Eve!
No matter which holiday you celebrate this season, bake up these cookies for kids, because every family will love this Shortbread Cookie Recipe. Store-bought vanilla, sugar, and our Baking Sticks combine to make a cookie that’s high in yumminess and low on mess. Plus, our Baking Sticks save you prep time, meaning you’ll be able to have more fun eating with the family!
Christmas Treats for Kids
Red Velvet Cupcake Recipe
This quick and easy recipe is guaranteed to be a hit whenever you need to make Christmas treats for school. Be a superparent at your next PTA meeting or parent bake sale with these Red Velvet Cupcakes—no one will know they started out of a box! Top them with classic cream cheese icing, or go non-traditional with powdered sugar, sprinkles, or crushed candy canes for even more holiday fun. Try making these together with your little ones—starting the recipe from a mix means less mess and more baking fun!
Bread Pudding Recipe
Nothing says holiday like a sweet, warmly spiced bread pudding. Rich and creamy in all the right ways, we promise your family will love this classic winter dessert. Serve it after dinner with a cup of coffee for you, and a glass of milk for your little ones. Or, bring a fresh tray to your next holiday party or New Year’s bash. And with just 10 minutes of prep time, there’s no reason not to make this bread pudding recipe all throughout the holidays.