Making Christmas cookies with the kids

making cookies with kids

Cookie making day is always a favorite in our house. It’s a great way to spend time with the whole family while getting creative and making treats for others. Preschoolers can help mix, measure and assemble all kinds of cookies, and they love helping! Below you’ll find a wide array of cookies to choose from to get started with your own cookie making day. Happy Baking!

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More cookie types that are fun and easy to make with kids:

My family likes to make chocolate covered pretzels and Chocolate covered peanut butter sandwiches, yum!

Both of these treats are covered in chocolate using the same technique. Start out with different base items (either a pretzel or a Ritz peanut butter sandwich) and then dip in melted almond bark (melting candy chocolate), scoop out the covered piece with a fork, let excess drip off and then place on waxed paper to cool and harden. For an extra decorated touch, drizzle the alternate color chocolate over the top of each treat or sprinkle with colored sugar sprinkles.

Chocolate covered pretzels

Ingredients:

  • Pretzels – any shape or size. we prefer the bite sized traditional pretzels
  • White and dark almond bark (melting/candy chocolate)

Cover in chocolate as instructed above.

Chocolate covered peanut butter sandwiches

Ingredients:

  • Ritz crackers
  • Peanut butter
  • White and dark almond bark (melting/candy chocolate)

Spread peanut butter between two standard sized Ritz crackers to make a sandwich. Cover in chocolate as instructed above.

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