10 Fun Holiday Candy Crafts




Looking for a creative activity to do with kids that's both fun and tasty? These Holiday and Christmast crafts are edible – made from none other than candy! Grab some sweets and start experimenting!


Candy Cane Reindeer Pops
Make these cute Candy Cane Reindeer Pops, because everything seems better on stick! Get recipe from Finding Zest.


Reindeer Rice Krispies
These adorable Reindeer Treats are perfect for the kids to help with. Get the recipe from Thirty Handmade Days.


Chocolate Covered Strawberry Christmas Tree
Make these delightful little treats and let kids have fun by adding all sorts of sprinkles to their trees to make them their own! Get the recipe from Lovely Little Kitchen.


Polar Bear Marshmallows
Because everyone needs these really cute marshmallow bears in their life! Get the recipe from Surf and Sunshine.


Snowman Chocolate Bark
Delicious, adorable and easy to whip up even for a big group of people, these sweet snowmen will delight everyone on your Christmas gift list. Get the recipe from HGTV.


Santa Suit Candy Cups
These santa cups are super easy to make using red ice cream cones and candy decorations. Fill them with candy to make special Christmas treats for kids. Get the recipe from Hungry Happenings.


Powdered Donut Snowmen
These little snowmen on a stick are an absolute must-have for any winter or Christmas party! Get the recipe from Worth Pinning.


Santa & Reindeer Hot Cocoa Cones
Brighten someone’s day this holiday season with these festive Santa & Reindeer Hot Cocoa Cones! Get instructions from Hip2Save.


Peppermint Bark Candy Cane Hearts
This Christmas candy that looks beautiful, tastes delicious, and is perfect for gift giving. Get recipe from Oh Nuts.


Candy Christmas Lights
Attach chewy Mike and Ike candies to Almond M&M’s to create these festive Candy Christmas Lights. They're easy to make. Get the recipe from Hungry Happenings.

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