Edible art projects are a great way to get kids excited about cooking. Some can be made completely by kids, others will need some adult assistance.
Holiday Edible Art Projects for Kids: VALENTINE’S DAY
Kids will LOVE practicing their cookie cutter skills making these pretty Valentine Sandwich Cookies.
Holiday Edible Art Projects for Kids: ST. PATRICK’S DAY
Stay away from processed sugars and artificial food coloring by making this healthy St. Patrick’s Day breakfast.
Holiday Edible Art Projects for Kids: EASTER
Wondering what to do with Easter eggs now that you’re done with Easter? Turn them into these cute and easy boiled egg animals!
This cute Easter snack is ridiculously simple. You can make eight of them in about 10 minutes!
These little bunny backsides make cute kids’ snacks, and are super easy to make.
Holiday Edible Art Projects for Kids: MOTHER’S AND FATHER’S DAY
The way to Mom’s heart might be through her stomach, especially with these sugar cookies imprinted with the hand of her little one.
Bake up this blue ribbon pizza to let Mom know she’s first in your life. The pizza uses a premade crust for an easy Mother’s Day dinner that let’s Mom take the night off.
Kids can easily decorate these tie-shaped pizzas with Dad’s favorite toppings for a fun, edible gift. The bonus is that Father’s Day dinner is fast and simple to make.
Holiday Edible Art Projects for Kids: 4TH OF JULY
These easy fruit rockets which are perfect for firework party food, popping into lunch boxes or even just a fun and healthy snack idea to make with the kids!
Holiday Edible Art Projects for Kids: HALLOWEEN
These ghostly bananas are simple enough for even the youngest of toddlers to make.
These adorable spiders are actually protein balls that give kids (and parents!) a great burst of healthy energy,
Kids will love shaping the cheeseball into this cute little mummy.
Creepy and crawly but deliciously cute, these fruit spiders are so fun, your little ones will beg for this healthy kid snack for Halloween.
These Halloween fruit cups make an adorable pumpkin patch, and are perfect for bringing a healthy prepackaged snack to school that’s as cute as homemade treats.
Holiday Edible Art Projects for Kids: THANKSGIVING
You kids will giggle with delight at this Thanksgiving turkey veggie tray, and it’s an easy way to get them excited about eating vegetables!
It’s so easy for kids to make these cute pumpkin shaped sugar cookies without a cookie cutter. You can use your favorite sugar cookie recipe, or even use refrigerated sugar cookie or peanut butter cookie dough.
Holiday Edible Art Projects for Kids: CHRISTMAS
This cute cheese Olaf from Frozen is a healthy snack that’s sure to delight your kids. Ready in 10 minutes or less!
This edible Christmas wreath bagel makes a cute snack for kids during the holidays.
This easy no bake yule log cake is the perfect Christmas dessert to make with your kids. Just 5 ingredients!
Even if you don’t have snow, kids can roll up some cheeseballs and turn them into a cute snowman.
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