Peppermint Rice Krispie Treats
Peppermint is one of the most desired flavors of the season, and when paired with a Rice Krispie Treat, the result is a quick, easy and delicious snack that tastes like Christmas feels. Either purchase a box of premade Rice Krispie Treats from the store or make a batch from scratch. Melt warm chocolate over the gooey treat and sprinkle crushed peppermint candy canes. Chill the treat in the refrigerator for 30 minutes and enjoy!
The sweet, nutmeg-y flavor of eggnog is one that you can find at any and every holiday get together. If you’re not a huge fan of the milky mixture, try spiking it with different types of alcohol, and you may find your attitude towards the drink quickly changing. Rum, bourbon and brandy all blend perfectly with the drink, but feel free to experiment with different combinations. The spiked cocktail is bound to improve the drink’s taste and the party’s atmosphere.
Santa Hat Brownies
Santa hat brownies are one of the easiest, most adorable treats you can make this holiday season. For those of you who don’t excel in or enjoy baking, this recipe is for you. It really is simple — buy a box of pre-made brownies from the grocery store. Decorate them with a swirl of whipped cream, and top each one with a fresh strawberry. The result is a tasty treat that perfectly mirrors Santa’s red, iconic hat.
Chai Snickerdoodle Cookies
If you’re someone who craves chai during the holiday season, these mouth-watering cookies will keep you warm on a cold, winter day. This recipe is a great way to spice up a traditional snicker doodle cookie with various flavors, such as ginger, cardamom, cinnamon and vanilla. Once you have one, you’ll never crave a regular snickerdoodle again. Just remember one thing — don’t forget to leave a plate for Santa.
Holiday Popcorn Mix
Holiday popcorn is a sweet and salty treat that allows you to mix together some of your favorite seasonal snacks. Combine a bowl of popcorn, caramel corn or kettle corn with red and green treats, such as Christmas M&Ms, cranberries, nuts, chocolate morsels, pretzels and festive sprinkles. Feel free to experiment with different combinations each time you make it. Thoroughly mix the assortment together, put “Elf” on and there you have it — holiday popcorn and a movie!