These tree shaped brownies are basically triangle cuts topped with simple green frosting and sprinkles. How easy is that for Christmas-themed food?
Add a winter vibe to your party treats with crushed Oreo cookies mixed in cream cheese and dipped in melted white chocolate for a coating of "snow".
Or you can dip the whole cookie in white and dark chocolate and using a piping bag, create a snowflake or tree design on top. This one would make perfect giveaways!
Instead of the usual brownies, mix cornflakes and melted marshmallows to form into wreaths, using green food coloring helps.
Give your gingerbread men a hug, literally! When they're still soft and gooey, gently overlap their arms over another cookie or candy in the center.
Opt for fudge instead of the usual cookie to satisfy your gingerbread cravings.
What’s a Christmas without Rudolph; bring him to life in the form of tasty peanut butter cookies and pretzel antlers.
Try your hand at making rice krispie treat boxes to store smaller chocolates inside; the result is too cute not to share with family and friends.
Assemble marshmallows, candy canes, biscuits and sprinkles to create a miniature cup of iconic hot cocoa during a cold Christmas night.
Red velvet and cream cheese filling is a match made in heaven, and this sandwich recipe is perfect as gifts.
Thinking of simple treats to give to friends? This recipe whips up a lot and is by no means expensive, plus they’re cute and fun to do. Add more colors to create unique Christmas trees.
You can also use double stuffed Oreos and turn them into cake pops with a bit of melted chocolate.
Leave cookies for Santa in the most fun way, stacked! And you can leave a little surprise inside.
This mug topper compliments a warm cup of chocolate or some tea.
Create these cute Santa hats by cutting of the tops of strawberries; use them on brownies, cookies and other treats as well.