Mark the days before Santa's arrival with these adorable holiday sweets. We trimmed a lot of the baking steps so kids can get to the favorite parts--decorating and eating. Your kitchen will be overflowing with homemade treats and happy children in no time.
Santa called. He'd like more exciting treats this year. We promise he'll be impressed with these clever twists on the classics.
Whether they're blondies, biscotti, no-bakes, or cut-outs, these holiday cookies will be a special treat for everyone on your gift list. The hardest part won't be making these cookie recipes--it'll be deciding which treats to keep for yourself!
After your kids open their gifts from Santa, treat them--and the rest of your family--to a meal that will make their Christmas even merrier!
This season, deck the halls, walls, and tables with these cool eats and treats.
This easy recipe for No-Bake Cranberry Oat Cookies combines oats, cranberries, coconut, and cocoa--and you don't even need to turn on your oven to make these yummy festive snacks.
Our desserts look super elegant, but they're oh so easy to prepare.
Your holiday party will feel extra festive with these gorgeous drinks. Plus, they're a cinch to make. Cheers!
While Christmas morning's main event is usually under the tree, a holiday family breakfast around the table can add to the magic of the morning, too. Whether your Christmas clan prefers savory egg dishes or sweet breads, these recipes will make a merry meal.
Add some shimmer to your holiday cookie platter with these breakfast-inspired treats!
Make these clever snack-worthy snowglobes in just a few simple steps.
Want to see old friends? Invite them to a cookie-swapping party. Want to impress them? Bake up a bunch of these.
Round up your bakers for a day of sweet fun! Our kid-friendly guide has everything you need to make delicious treats for all your family and friends.
Invite all your friends over for a fun, easy-to-throw cookie-decorating bash.
Homemade cookies and the holidays go hand in hand. Celebrate the season with a festive party where everyone arrives with one variety and leaves with an assortment. Make your contribution stand out with one of these fun (and yummy) recipes.
Slice and bake, roll and cut, or just drop and decorate. Our versatile basic recipe is the foundation for six holiday treats that are anything but cookie-cutter.
Nine foods (and how to serve them) that even the smallest holiday diners can enjoy.
The Naptime Chef, Kelsey Banfield, shows how to make delicious mint chocolate candycane bars.
Instructions for making a snowman Christmas treat using meltable white candy.
'Tis the season to dust off your apron and preheat the oven for some holiday cookie magic! Tired of the same recipes year after year? We've rounded up 10 fun new ideas from bloggers around the web. Pick your favorite and let the merriness ensue!
Christmas dinner calls for the classics: impressive roasted meats, stuffings, mashed potatoes, baked casseroles, and other traditional menu items. If you're looking to add some kid-friendly options, here are some ideas for main dishes that are worthy of a special occasion and will get the thumbs-up from little diners.
Adorable snowman cookie treats that double as holiday presents for family and friends are the perfect, wallet-friendly way to satisfy everyone on your list.
There's nothing like cookie-making to get your fam in the holiday spirit! We've got a supply list, setup tips, and of course, all the simple how-tos for turning those blank slates into bona fide personalities. Don't forget to take pictures and share 'em with us on Instagram using #howwefun!
The M&M's exclusively sold at Target are far from the perfect stocking stuffer.
Your kids will take pride in helping make and package these simple yet stunning sweets for all the special people in their life. After all, everyone loves to receive homemade cookies!
Make your holiday desserts into red-nosed reindeer! These peanut butter cookies use pretzels and candy to make an adorable reindeer face.