3 Christmas Snacks That Will Wow


Fixed 12.14The past
few weeks we have covered
Christmas music
Christmas games
Christmas programs
Christmas traditions
, how to
help preteens understand Christmas
, and even how to keep your
focus on
what matters this Christmas
. This week, I wanted to take a look
at Christmas snacks. Our experts have cooked up some of the most
delicious seasonal snacks that are both fun to make and to eat.
Here are three of my favorites.

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1. Snack to Share. Your preschoolers will love
this snack that teaches how
fun it can be to share. Follow the link for instructions. Kids will
stir up a batch of Christmas snacks and fill bags to enjoy and
share with others. After praying for someone, they will deliver the
ribbon-wrapped bag of goodies to them.

2. Nativity Snack. I’ve heard of gingerbread
houses and gingerbread Nativity scenes, but this snack puts a whole new
twist on that idea. Kids try to build a Nativity scene with graham
crackers, pretzel rods, and a Tootsie Roll baby Jesus. They’ll find
it next to impossible, until you provide them frosting for glue.
Then you can guide your kids into discovering that just as they
need the frosting for their snack, we all need Jesus to hold our
lives together.

3. Gingersnap Stars. Here is a snack celebrating
Jesus’ birth that you can make in a snap. These spicy stars made
with peanut butter and gingersnap cookies are a great treat that
can go along with Matthew 2:10-11. Bonus-Younger kids will love
singing this simple song set to the tune of “Twinkle, Twinkle,
Little Star” while enjoying the treat:

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Twinkle, twinkle, little star.
What a super sign you are.
Up above the world so high,
Announcing Jesus in the sky.
Twinkle, twinkle, little star.
You helped the wise men travel far.


Still hungry for more? Want a second helping of Christmas
snacks? Here are two quick treats: candy cane-inspired ice
and fun Christmas sugar

I want to know your favorite snacks to make for your kids. Do
you have any special snacks you do for Christmas? And seasonal
treats you personally absolutely love? (I’m a sucker for those
Christmas tree cakes.) Share with us your thoughts in our comment
section below!


About Author

David Jennings

David has served kids around the world for the majority of his life. From Texas to Romania, he has followed where God has led him. Most recently, he served for six years as a children's director in the great state of Alabama before moving to Colorado to work for Group as an associate editor.

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