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Snacks : Holidays > Christmas

Also See: Gingerbread Cookies

Wreath Cookies
added 12-29-98
Original Author Unknown

Need: Butter cookie per child one with hole on middle, white frosting, green food coloring, cinnamon candies

Directions: Mix food coloring with frosting spread on cookie then place cinnamon
candies on cookies


Sugar Cone Christmas Tree added 11-30-00 Original Author Unknown

Need:
Sugar Cones, Chocolate chips, white chocolate chips or candy melts, Assorted candies for decorating* (especially gumdrops for the top), Waxed Paper
 

Directions:  Get all ingredients out. Spread out sheets of waxed paper to work on.
Microwave chocolate or candy melts in shallow bowl just till starts to melt, stir till smooth. Roll cone in chocolate with two fingers inside cone (if possible) to hold (Adult Assistance!). Lift cone out with two fingers inside cone. Place a gumdrop on top and press gently . Gumdrop should make it easier to stand cone up on waxed paper. Decorate with assorted candies. Let decorated "trees" stand until chocolate
hardens. Store sealed in cool place. Note: White chocolate seems to harden
much faster than regular chocolate, so decorate the white "trees" right away
and let the regular chocolate ones set up a minute before decorating. (Since Preschoolers are not that fast, you can use chocolate or vanilla icing to attach candy.)
 *Decorations: M&M's large and mini sizes, gumdrops, marshmallows, cinnamon
decors, silver ball decors, sprinkles, colored sugars, etc...

Reindeer  added 12-8-00 Original Author Unknown

Need: Bread, peanut butter, chocolate chips, cherry, pretzels

Directions: Cut bread into triangles. Have children spread peanut butter on the
triangles. Add a cherry nose, chocolate-chip eyes and pretzel antlers.


Reindeer Cookie added 11-2-02 Original Author Unknown

Need:
Nutter Butter Cookies, Peanut Butter, Raisins, Small Pretzel Twists, Red M & M Candies

Directions: Place a small amount of peanut butter on the top of a Nutter Butter cookie. Then put a small pretzel twist on the peanut butter, letting it stick beyond the cookie for antlers. Put two more dots of peanut butter and add raisins for eyes. Finally put a dot of peanut butter on the bottom part of the cookie and add a red M & M for a nose.




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