Christmas has never tasted so good with 5 fun recipes to bake with the kids

December 10, 2020 • The Team

Finding fun activities to keep the kids entertained can be a challenging task at times. We can all relate to the days when being kept inside from the frosty weather meant the beginning of world war 3 for the TV remote, or whose turn it was to play the next game.

When it’s chilly outside and you all need a boost, a little sweetness can warm those bellies right up. Who doesn’t love a treat or two during the holidays? Get creative with the kids this Christmas and whip up some festive goodies for the whole family to enjoy. Simple to make and a fun way to get everyone involved. You’ll enjoy them so much; the hardest part will be sharing them!

With 5 new recipes at hand, we have a variety of appliances to help you along the way. Our microwaves and cookers are the perfect additions for getting that gooey goodness you crave, and our range of fridge freezers will ensure you keep your yummy delights cool and ready for decorating.

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Spiced Christmas Biscuits

A sweet treat can be delicious and low in calories with these moreish spiced Christmas biscuits. You can find the recipe at Pinch of Nom.

Christmas Tree Brownies

Feed those chocolate cravings with these rich chocolate brownies. The steps are available from Cooking with my Kids.

Christmas Mug Cookies

Put a twist on the mug cakes we all know and love with some festive mug cookies. Not only are these very easy to make, but you also get 3 different recipes! Follow the recipe at Bigger Bolder Baking.

Chocolate Truffles

Combine the sweet taste of delicious chocolate truffles with something fun and festive to decorate with the kids. This simple recipe can be found at Kids Craft Room.

Chocolate Fudge

With only a few ingredients required to make, this Christmas fudge is both easy and yummy for those little tummies! Find out how to make these affordable treats at Steam Powered Family.

With all this baking, we can’t finish without a special little tip to keep those scrummy treats safe!

Homemade Biscuit Jars

Give your scrumptious creations a home to stay fresh, or jazz them up for a quirky little gift! Visit Chelsea’s Messy Apron for the steps.

During a time for giving, why not sprinkle a personal touch and share the joy with some special little bakes. We all know Christmas as a time for bringing families together, and this is something we will cherish that little bit more this year. So let’s get those aprons on, share the love, and continue making those precious memories.

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