The holiday season is a time for families to come together, create new traditions, and spend some time enjoying the Christmas break. This is more important than ever this year as social distancing, face masks, and lockdowns have changed the way we work, play and learn.
One of the best ways for families to come together during the holidays is to get in the kitchen and start cooking. Children as young as 4 can help out in the kitchen with supervision and, as they grow older, they can gain some valuable skills that they can use when they have children of their own.
Keeping that in mind, we are going to take a look at some fun holiday recipes that you can make with your children this Christmas:
These adorable Santa pancakes are simple, festive and the perfect breakfast for the Christmas season.
How To Make Santa Pancakes
- Start with your favourite pancake recipe. Make as many pancakes as you think you will need for breakfast.
- Slice bananas and arrange at the bottom of the pancakes in an upside-down triangle. This will be Santa’s beard.
- Slice fresh ripe strawberries and arrange in a triangle at the top of the pancakes. This will be Santa’s hat.
- Outline the strawberry hat with whipped cream to represent the white trim on Santa’s hat.
- Use 2 chocolate chips as Santa’s eyes.
- Use a round strawberry slice as Santa’s nose.
- Add additional whipped cream for his moustache.
Peanut Butter Reindeer Treats
Practically every child loves peanut butter, pretzels, and Rudolph and this easy snack lets them get creative in the kitchen.
How To Make A Rudolph “Sandwich”
- Take a rice cake, pancake or slice of bread cut into a circle and spread it with peanut butter, almond butter, or soy butter.
- Add 2 pretzels for antlers.
- Add maraschino cherry as Rudolph’s nose.
- Use two banana slices topped with chocolate chips as Rudolph’s eyes.
Candy Cane Pizza
This is the perfect kid’s recipe for your family’s next pizza night. It’s easy to make, fun, and delicious.
How To Make A Candy Cane Pizza
- Using your favourite pizza dough, shape it into a cane shape. Kids can have a lot of fun with this part as they pretend to be pizza chefs.
- Spread the dough with seasoned tomato sauce or sauce pizza sauce.
- Arrange pepperoni slices to look like the candy cane stripes.
- Bake until the cheese is melted and slightly browned.
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