Christmas Sweet Treats to Make With Kids

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This month we’re joining a special series at So You Call Yourself a Homeschooler called, “A Goodie a Day Until Christmas.” Instead of sharing a specific recipe for this series, we wanted to share with you a concept that can be adapted in many ways for Christmas sweet treats that you can give as gifts or use at parties: Festive cake pops!

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Our favorite Christmas cake pops are Peppermint Chocolate Cake Pops. Our family LOVES chocolate, and during the Christmas season, we love adding peppermint to our hot chocolate, cookies, ice cream, brownies, and cake. Chocolate and peppermint are such a festive pair, and peppermint chocolate cake pops are an easy project that creates beautiful, gift-worthy results.

Christmas Sweet Treats Cake Pops

Visit my post at So You Call Yourself a Homeschooler to see my step-by-step instructions on how you can your children can create beautiful, festive Peppermint Chocolate Cake Pops in one evening! Be sure to check in each day at So You Call Yourself a Homeschooler for more wonderful hands-on ideas for creating Christmas sweet treats with your children this month.

What are your favorite Christmas traditions in the kitchen? Do you like to bake or create edible gifts with your children? Share your favorites and feel free to link your recipe posts to share with all of us below!

Renée Gotcher is a wife, writer, editorial consultant, and home-educating mother of three daughters. She has been married for 26 years to her best friend Kenny, whom she met while attending Oral Roberts University in the early 90s. Renée was homeschooled during her last two years of high school and started homeschooling in 2010. A former journalist, she is currently editor of NextGen Homeschool and blogs on personal topics at A New Chapter. Her family lives in Castle Rock, Colorado.

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