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The Best Holiday Treats for Kids


As a dietitian and mom of 3 (and baking lover), I’ve gathered my most loved, kid-friendly holiday treats and snacks for you to try! Grab your kiddos, turn on some Christmas carols and dig in!

child holding up holiday cookie

One of the best parts of the holidays – we can probably all agree – is the food! Food not only provides nutrients, but it also creates memories, connection and good feelings. Just think about when you bite into your favourite holiday treat (for me, it’s these Chewy Triple Ginger Cookies that give me the warm fuzzies!). Something that is really important for me as a dietitian and mom of three kids is to teach my kids that all foods have value, and that it’s not always about nutrition. During the holidays, food brings family and friends together for celebration, and helps to create fond memories and traditions that are passed through generations.

ginger cookies on a plate

Where we as children from the 80’s and 90’s miss the mark sometimes, is that we tend to label foods as “good” or “bad”, “healthy or “unhealthy” with our kids. This stems from diet culture – something that has been deeply ingrained in our scripts about food from a young age. This narrative is then passed down through generations, keeping diet culture alive and well. What if we stopped labeling foods or organizing them in a hierarchal system based on nutritional value, and instead just created neutrality around them. Food is just food. Some foods are nutrient-dense and help our body systems function well, and some foods create memories, help us celebrate, taste delicious and make us feel good emotionally. All valuable.

chocolate brownie cookies on a plate with child's hand grabbing one

Enjoying Holiday Treats Creates a Healthier Food Relationship

Obviously I’m not advocating that we replace nutrient-dense foods with treats or let our kids whatever they want (I AM a dietitian after all), but what I’m suggesting is consider shifting your mindset about these holiday treats. When we restrict, highly limit or forbid these foods, our kids want them more. They become a sought-after tempting prize and our kids tend to think about them way more than they need to. When they do have access, they tend to over-indulge and “get them in while they can”. This isn’t what any of us want, and I know that we all want our kids to grow up with a positive relationship with food. A good first step is to offer these foods regularly and alongside other nutritious foods (meals and snacks). Stay calm about them and your kids will follow suit!

chocolate bark with candy canes on a plate

Now that that’s out of the way, we can get to the good part – the recipes! We hope that you all enjoy these as much as we do! You’ll likely be able to tell which are snacks and which are treats. Snacks will contain more nutrition and staying power (energy bites, banana loaf, muffins etc.) and treats don’t really (chocolate bark, rice krispie treats and cookies). Regardless, they’re all delicious and your kiddos will love them!

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rice krispie treats on a plate with M&M candies

The Best Holiday Treats for Kids: Chocolate Rice Krispies & More

Yield:
10

Prep Time:
10 minutes

Additional Time:
2 hours

Total Time:
2 hours 10 minutes

If you’re looking for a fun, delicious and EASY Christmas treat to make with your kiddos, this holiday Chocolate Rice Krispie Treat recipe is the one!

Ingredients

  • 5 tbsp unsalted butter
  • Bag of mini marshmallows (about 6 cups worth)
  • 1/4 cup unsweetened cocoa powder
  • heaping 1/3 cup dark chocolate chips
  • 7 cups rice krispies cereal
  • 1/3 cup crushed candy cane
  • 1/3 cup holiday m&ms
  • 1/2 teaspoon sea salt (optional)

Instructions

  1. Line a 9X11 baking dish with parchment paper or foil (or coat with butter like I did)
  2. In a large pot, add the butter, marshmallows and cocoa powder. Turn the heat to medium high, and melt while stirring continuously. Once melted, stir in chocolate chips and mix well until melted.
  3. Add about 80% of the crushed candy canes and m&ms (or Smarties) to the mixture and blend well.
  4. Add the rice krispies cereal to the pot gradually (one cup at a time, continuously stirring. It will be an ooey gooey mixture!
  5. Press the warm mixture into the baking dish, using buttered hands to flatten it evenly.
  6. Sprinkle the remaining 20% of the candy on top, as well as the sea salt, and then let rest for 2 hours before cutting and serving!

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As a dietitian and mom of 3 (and baking lover), I’ve gathered my most loved, kid-friendly holiday treats and snacks for you to try! Grab your kiddos, turn on some Christmas carols and dig in!





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