When everyone's home for Christmas, you want plenty of snacks on hand. Choose from cranberry popcorn, honey mustard snack mix, or any of our many other snack mixes for delicous Christmas nibbles.
These quick and easy treats will make a colorful addition to your holiday table. Wrap some up in cellophane and ribbon to sell at your next bake sale.
Green icing color tints the marshmallow mixture that combines with the coconut and rice cereal for these festive holiday snacks.
The marshmallow mixture is tinted green to make these cereal snacks look like holiday wreaths.
This tasty snack recipe makes a great gift from your kitchen.
Dry cereal and fruit snacks make up this easy after-school snack. Your kids will love to help prepare it.
These super-size sugar cookies on a stick are reminiscent of old-fashioned peppermint lollipops.
With just 15 minutes of prep time, you can make this sweet and savory (and totally guilt-free) snack.
What to do on a snowy day? Show the the kids how to cut snowflakes from flour tortillas and turn them into a cheesy quesadilla-like snack.
Perch bright red long-stemmed maraschino cherries in these tender pastry pouch cookies. In this recipe for cool Christmas glitz, sprinkle the baked tassies with coarse sugar.
A blend of Italian seasoning, garlic, and butter makes this easy snack mix an unforgettable treat. Prepare a bowl for movie night or serve it at your next party.
Serve this sweet and crunchy treat for a fun party snack.
Light and airy hazelnut-flavor meringue cookies provide the perfect base for coffee-flavor buttercream in this cookie recipe.
Covered with caramel candy coating, these no-bake popcorn drops are the ideal sweet and salty treat. Pretzels add a welcomed crunch.
Sweetened condensed milk makes these caramels less temperamental than those made with whipping cream. They still possess all the chewy, buttery goodness of classic caramels.
If you like things really hot, add a teaspoon of sriracha to the snack mix coating!
Decorate a batch of cookies with a rainbow of edible glitter colors. Look for edible glitter in specialty bake shops, the Internet, or mail-order catalogs.