Easy Christmas Treats to brighten and sweeten your holidays! These cute Christmas desserts are perfect for parties and playdates and are simple enough for the kids to help make them. They also make heartfelt homemade gifts.
Easy Christmas Treat Ideas
If you're in the mood for adorable baking and treat-making ideas, we've got tons of holiday inspiration! These cute Christmas desserts will look incredible on your dessert table.
Oh, what fun it is to share these Fruit Santas, Snowmen, and Christmas Rice Krispies Treats!
The holiday treat recipes are creative and fun and require just a handful of common ingredients. Some are even no-bake recipes!
These DIY Christmas treats for kids will make it look like Martha Stewart was in the kitchen helping out, but they are so easy you'll be the star on your own.
Wrap them up in a cute box or tin and have your holiday gifts done! They are also the ideal Christmas treats for school.
If you need another way to entertain the kids, try this Reindeer Craft.
Why We Love Easy Christmas Desserts
- These Christmas treat ideas are easy to whip up, and some are no-bake.
- Friends and neighbors enjoy receiving homemade edible gifts.
- Easy Christmas treat recipes totally make the holidays simple and low-stress.
- They're fun! Kids can help make and eat them!
How to Wrap Your Easy Christmas Treats As a Gift
Wrapping up homemade baked goods and treats for gifts is all about the presentation.
Depending on the recipe, here are our favorite ways to gift wrap edible homemade gifts.
COST EFFECTIVE: An economical way to wrap homemade food is to use wax or butcher paper. You can wrap the entire food or fold your paper to a smaller size for more petite items. Tight it off with a bow or twine, and you're all set.
EASY AND EFFECTIVE: Another way to wrap your edible gifts is to purchase a box, tin, or Chinese takeout box. First, place some wax paper or parchment paper in the container. Then, place your treats inside and tie them with a ribbon or twine.
FOR ODD SIZES: Another quick, economical, and efficient way to wrap your homemade Christmas treats is cellophane. Either put your items on a plate or leave them loose and cut a piece large enough to fit around your goodies, with excess on each side. Then, gather the loose ends and tie them with a bow or twine. Or use cellophane bags and tie them off with a bow.