These easy Christmas snacks look like cute little Christmas trees, and are a fun way to get your kids eating healthy snacks during the holidays.
EASY CHRISTMAS SNACKS TOOLS AND SUPPLIES
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EASY CHRISTMAS SNACKS: SUGAR SNAP PEA CHRISTMAS TREE
This cute little tree requires no knife work, so is great for little kids to make all by themselves. Just make sure to have them cut the bell pepper star from the inside of the slice of pepper, as the outer skin is too tough to get the cookie cutter through otherwise.
Make sure to cut the bell pepper star from the inside of the pepper, so the skin of the pepper is the last thing you have to push the cutter through.
- 11 sugar snap peas
- 1 yellow bell pepper
Arrange ten of the peas in upside down v shapes stacked one above the other.
Place the final pea vertically in the bottom for a trunk
Cut off one side of the bell pepper, and use a small star shaped cookie cutter to cut out a star shape, then place it at the top of the tree.
EASY CHRISTMAS SNACKS: BROCCOLI CHRISTMAS TREE
Here’s another Christmas tree snack that doesn’t require cutting, although I do like to trim the ends of the broccoli florets really short to make them easy to arrange.
Let your kiddo put this broccoli Christmas tree together, then give them a side of Ranch for dipping!
- 2 cups broccoli florets
- 10 cherry tomatoes
- 1 broccoli stem
Arrange broccoli florets and tomatoes into a Christmas tree shape. You can intersperse the tomatoes randomly or arrange them like garlands.
Place the broccoli stem at the bottom for a trunk.
EASY CHRISTMAS SNACKS: KIWI CHRISTMAS TREE
This cute tree requires some slicing, so you should definitely help younger kids and supervise older ones. Feel free to peel the kiwi (here’s the easiest way to peel a kiwi), but we like to leave the peel on because it’s FULL of vitamin C.
Up to you and your kids if you want to peel the kiwi for this cute Christmas tree snack.
- 1 kiwi
- 1 raspberry
Slice the ends off of the kiwi, then slice it into 4 rounds.
Cut each round in half and arrange them in upside down v shapes, with the curved ends pointing down.
Cut a thin rectangle out of one of the end pieces and place it at the bottom for a trunk.
Place a raspberry at the top for a star.
EASY CHRISTMAS SNACKS: GREEN GRAPE CHRISTMAS TREE
Here’s another cute Christmas tree snack that requires some knife use. You can pre-slice the grapes for your kiddo so they can arrange them on their own.
If you want pretty grapes without stem holes (like in the photo), just double the number of grapes you use. You can snack on the stem ends and just use the pretty ends for the tree.
- 12 green grapes seedless
- 1 raspberry
Slice the grapes in half to get two round ends from each grape.
Arrange grape halves, cut side down, in a large triangle, using two at the center bottom for a trunk.
Place a raspberry on top for a star.
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