If you’re hosting a kids’ party this Christmas or you simply want to make things feel more festive at home for the kids, mummy vlogger Sarah shows us three easy ways to get Christmassy and have fun with food!
From cucumber Christmas trees to Rudolph sandwiches, these ideas are all healthy, quick and easy to make so are perfect for a Christmas Eve treat tea or a quick after school snack.
If you have slightly older children you could have them help you make their own, they’ll love coming up with expressions for their reindeer sandwiches!
1. Cucumber Christmas tree
First up, this cucumber Christmas tree. ‘The children go crazy for it’, Sarah says and it’s a really simple way to get the kids to eat their veg! Use carrot sticks and sliced cucumber to shape into a tree and Sarah’s topped hers with a cranberry! You can even serve this up with loads of dips so the kids can get dunking.
2. Rudolph sandwiches
‘Just cut out a heart, add marshmallows for eyes with little black dots, a cranberry for the nose and the crusts as the antlers,’ says Sarah. They’re such a speedy and fun snack hack that you can make in minutes, but will really make the kids very happy! You can choose a filling of your choice and make your children’s favourite sandwiches even more fun!
3. Strawberry Santas
How fun are these strawberry Santa hats? ‘Just chop the tops off and add squirty cream underneath and on top,’ Sarah says for such a fun Christmas snack. The top half looks like a Christmas hat which makes them super fun and a lovely, healthy and sweet snack!
So there you have it, if you’re looking for fab fun ways to make your kids’ party even more festive, then try any of our snack ideas. They’re healthy, fun and the kids absolutely love them, and even better – they’ll only take minutes to make!