Yummy, it’s time for easy Christmas recipes for kids!
I always have lots of family visiting over the Christmas holidays so end up doing quite a bit of fancy cooking. Well, fancy in my book anyway! 😉
It’s lovely having family time but all that hosting can be quite exhausting and time-consuming. That’s why I like to have a few super easy, quick and fun Christmas recipes up my sleeve that the children can join in with too giving us some quality time together and them something tasty to enjoy and share.
Some of my favourite Christmas recipes for kids are Christmas Tree Pizza, Christmas Truffles and Chocolate Baubles and today I’m sharing our Christmas Fairy Bread too. All of these recipes are really simple and great fun for kids to join in with. This one is such a doddle the children can pretty much do it themselves in just a few minutes!
Christmas Recipes For Kids – Festive Fairy Bread
Supplies To Make Festive Fairy Bread
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How To Make Festive Fairy Bread – An Easy Children’s Christmas Recipe
I let the children butter whole slices of white bread. I know I should use brown but no-one’s pretending this Christmas treat is healthy are they? We leave the crusts on but you could take them off if you prefer. Then the children cut out a shape with the cookie cutter. Leaving the cutter in place they then shake on their favourite Christmas sugar sprinkles. Keeping the cutter on while you do this helps you get the whole shape covered without all the sprinkles rolling off.Once their Christmas shape is covered in colourful sugary goodness they remove the cutter and put it on a serving plate. If you’re anything like us the first few don’t even make it to the serving plate for sharing, they are just so darn cute and irresistible LOL!
I love cooking at Christmas with the children. This easy Christmas recipe for kids is our contribution to the Counting Down To Christmas series organised by the lovely Cerys at Rainy Day Mum. Last week we teamed up with other wonderful European bloggers to bring you homemade gifts and our pretty Tin Can Lanterns. This week we are all sharing wonderful Christmas Recipes. Take a peek at the link up below to see what everyone else is making and why not join in too? We’d love to see what Christmas crafts, recipes or gifts you’ve been making too.
Pop back next week when we’ll be linking up ideas for family fun!
Zing Zing Tree, Bluebearwood, Rainy Day Mum, The Boy and Me, The Sensory Seeker, Adventures Of Adam, Thinly Spread, Best Toys For Toddlers, The Gingerbread House, My Little 3 And Me, The Mad House,
Before you go, here’s a fabulous Pinterest boards that I’m sure you’ll love. It’s bursting with ideas to keep you and your little ones having fun over the festive period.