Warning: Some are so cute you won’t want to eat them!
Shortbread is such a classic Christmas recipe, and recipes don’t get much easier (or delicious) than this Three-Ingredient Shortbread from Cooking for Busy Mums. As well as helping you make the shortbread, the kids will have fun decorating it too! You can find the recipe here.
This is another great cookie recipe that is perfect for kids. Plus, they make a great Christmas gift for loved ones who will be touched with all the effort put into them. You can find the recipe here.
These Christmas Reindeer Biscuits from The Organised Housewife are the cutest Christmas treat ever! Your kids are going to love making them, and then eating them, antler by antler! You can find the recipe here.
The kids will love putting together these utterly adorable Tiny Teddy Candy Cane Sleighs from Bake Play Smile. You can find the instructions here.
Christmas recipes don’t get much easier than this white chocolate and Malteser Christmas bark from Create Bake Make. Learn how to make this child-friendly recipe here.
For something a little deliciously simply, why not try these easy gingerbread men? The kids will love helping decorate, and they are so yummy! You can find the recipe here.
You really can’t go wrong with Rocky Road, and this festive Rocky Road Christmas Pudding is practically fool proof – brilliant to make with the kids! Find the recipe here.
Rum Balls are such a classic Christmas recipe, and this super easy child adapted recipe is sure to be a hit with the kids, getting them into the rum ball tradition. Find the recipe here.
Chocolate ripple cake is a great recipe to make with little ones. In fact, you could almost let them do it all by themselves! This recipe would make the perfect Christmas dessert. See how to make it here.
This is another recipe you can set up for the kids, and then stand back while you watch your budding chefs get creative with their decorating. Too easy! Find the recipe here.