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Getting in the kitchen with kids is a terrific way to spend quality time together, learn new skills and get into the Christmas spirit while making edible treats for loved ones, teachers and carers.
Made with clean hands and warm hearts, this round up of festive goodies are sure to delight.
Vanilla Cinnamon Shortbread
These buttery shortbread rise to new heights with the pairing of vanilla and cinnamon. Thread through some pretty ribbon and your gift is ready to give.
Sugar and Spice Almonds
Create this little gift in no time at all with just three ingredients: icing sugar, cinnamon and delicious almonds. Pop into simple packaging and add a ribbon to give it a festive pop.
Jam Shortbread Snowflakes
We used black cherry, raspberry and apricot jam to make these shortbread snowflakes, but you can use any flavour you like. If you don’t have a set of snowflake cutters, stars are very pretty too, or you can opt for Santas, bells and more.
Crunchy Sugared Nuts
This is perfect as an alternative to chocolate-covered nuts that sweet-toothed Grandpas love. Easy to make, simple to gift but oh so special.
Christmas Snowball Cookies
These adorable homemade treats are lovely gesture when you want to give just a little something to someone special.
Chocolate Pistachio Shortbread
This twist on traditional shortbread is fun to make and creates a perfect homemade Christmas gift as well as a snackable edition to your summer pantry.
Cookies are an adorable way to personalise your presents this Christmas – but perhaps wait until Christmas Day to attach them to your gifts!
White Choc-Mint Candy Cane Bark
This festive treat pairs minty candy canes and creamy white chocolate with crispy rice bubbles to create the ultimate Christmas gift for loved ones.
This article first appeared on Australian Women’s Weekly Food and has been reproduced and edited with permission.