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22 Snow-Inspired Winter Recipes for Kids

  • 22 Snow-Inspired Winter Recipes for Kids 1 of 22
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  • Snow-Capped Mexican Wedding Cookies 2 of 22
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    Buttery Mexican wedding cookies are a great treat for chilly winter nights. Have your kids help you sprinkle powdered sugar atop for a deliciously snowy effect! 

    Make snow-capped Mexican wedding cookies

  • White and Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Balls 3 of 22
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    Not sure if your holiday guests prefer white or dark chocolate? Make both! The creamy white version celebrates the winter snow and is the perfect addition to your holiday dessert table.  

    Make white and dark chocolate peanut butter balls

  • Peppermint Whipped Cream 4 of 22
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    Nothing reminds us of snow-capped mountains more than a hefty dollop of whipped cream. Added to a steamy mug of hot chocolate, you'll never guess that this peppermint delight only requires two ingredients!

    Make peppermint whipped cream

  • Snow-Ho-Ho-Men 5 of 22
    Snow-ho-ho-men

    Let your kids decorate these snowmen to their hearts'’ content, and don'’t forget the shredded coconut!

    Make snow-ho-ho-men

  • Hot Chocolate Cupcakes 6 of 22
    Hot Chocolate Cupcakes

    The best way to cool off these hot chocolate cupcakes? With a dollop of whipped cream snow, of course!

    Make hot chocolate cupcakes

  • Snow-Covered Trees 7 of 22
    Snow-Covered Trees

    The exuberant frosting on these cupcakes makes them the perfect canvas for creating a winter wonderland of cupcakes.

    Make snow-covered trees

  • Elf Cupcakes 8 of 22
    Elf Cupcakes

    In just one bite, your kids will pass through the seven levels of the Candy Cane Forest and through a sea of swirly, twirly gum drops — just like Buddy the Elf!

    Make Elf cupcakes

  • Snowy Lemon Cupcakes 9 of 22
    Snowy Lemon Cupcakes

    They may look like the snowballs you’'re not supposed to eat, but these coconut-lemon treats sure are yummy.

    Make snowy lemon cupcakes

  • Northern Star Cupcakes 10 of 22
    Northern Star Cupcakes

    A star-shaped gingerbread cookie sits in a bed of snow, er, vanilla frosting on top of a gingerbread cupcake, making this a doubly divine treat.

    Make Northern Star cupcakes

  • Fat Penguins 11 of 22
    Fat Penguins

    Tell your kids you flew these chubby cupcakes in straight from the South Pole!

    Make fat penguins

  • Snowman Shots 12 of 22
    Snowman Shots

    Bring a burst of winter chill to the dessert table with these fudge-y ice cream snowman shots. Frosty has never tasted so good.

    Make snowman shots

  • Snowballs on a Stick 13 of 22
    Snowballs on a Stick

    Your kids just might have a “snowball” fight indoors ... over who gets the last of these coconut cake pops!

    Make snowballs on a stick

  • Classic Gingerbread Snowflakes 14 of 22
    Classic Gingerbread Snowflakes

    Sick of gingerbread men? Bake up these pretty, glittery, and — most importantly — edible snowflakes instead!

    Make classic gingerbread snowflakes

  • Homemade S’more Blizzard 15 of 22
    Homemade Smore Blizzard

    The weather outside may be frightful, but this s’'more blizzard is extremely delightful.

    Make a homemade s’'more blizzard

  • Frosted Devils Donettes Snowman 16 of 22
    Frosted Devils Donettes Snowman

    No need to leave your kitchen to build a snowman with the kiddies this winter. The best part? This snowman is so chocolate-y!

    Make frosted Devils Donettes snowman

  • Snowman Push-up Doughnut Pops 17 of 22
    Snowman Push-up Donut Pops

    When you’r family’'s strapped for time, pre-made snowballs — in this case, powdered doughnut holes — make it super easy and quick to build tasty snowmen.

    Make snowman push-up doughnut pops

  • Coconut Snowball Cookies 18 of 22
    Coconut Snowball Cookies

    Now these are the kind of snowballs mom wouldn’'t mind seeing indoors! Serve these vegan cookies warm with a cold glass of almond milk for a scrumptious winter afternoon snack.

    Make coconut snowball cookies 

     

    Photo credit: Kathy Patalsky

  • Marshmallow Snowman Pops 19 of 22
    Marshmallow Snowman Pops

    How cute are these marshmallow men? Bonus: They take no more than 10 minutes to make with the kids!

    Make marshmallow snowman pops

  • Eggnog Snow Cream 20 of 22
    Eggnog Snow Cream

    Skip the straws and enjoy eggnog with a spoon this winter with this delectable snow cream. No worries if you live in a snowless paradise; simply substitute blended ice for snow.

    Make eggnog snow cream

  • Meringue Snowflakes 21 of 22
    Meringue Snowflakes

    Your dessert table will look like a winter wonderland once you add a tray of these gorgeous and sinfully sweet meringue snowflakes! We dare you to try to eat just one.

    Make meringue snowflakes

  • Snowman Marshmallow Crispies 22 of 22
    Snowman-Marshmallow-Crispies

    Your kids can finally make snowmen in the warmth of the kitchen with this easy, vegan recipe. (We're sure they can get creative with a face for them…)

    Make snowman marshmallow crispies

     

    Photo credit: Kathy Patalsky

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