Don’t let baking become just another chore on your Christmas to-do list this year. Instead invite your little ones into the kitchen to help out! Kids will love to measure and stir, and you’ll treasure the time you spend together. (Don’t forget to keep the camera handy.) Then you can have the kids proudly arrange the treats on a platter to serve at a holiday soiree or they can wrap them up in pretty parcels to give to neighbours and teachers (beware of nut allergies, of course). Santa is sure to appreciate these homemade goodies, too!
Crunchy Mint-Chocolate Fudge
Want to wow your teacher or babysitter? Make her a batch of this fab no-cook fudge for the holidays.
Grown ups will love to savour these tasty treats.
Smooth and decadent, these truffles are truly an indulgence.
Vanilla Snap Biscuits
Kids will love to shape and create these cookies with you.
PLUS, here are some more tasty treat recipes from wish.ca:
Macadamia Nut Brittle
This golden confection will disappear faster than you can make it.
Jane’s Killer Chocolate Cookies
You truly cannot get much more chocolate into a single cookie.
Aunt Pauline’s Melting Cookies
One cookie, three ways. Package in an antique tea cup for a unique gift.
Helen’s Snappy Gingers
The flavour of this classic is revved up with espresso.
Forgo the extra steps – and calories – of making a crust, and whip up a batch of these impressive minis in minutes flat. PLUS, check out Slice of Heaven for more cheesecake recipes.