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Help Santa get his snack on in style!
Leave cookies for Kriss Kringle with flare.
Santa is a pretty flashy guy. He rides around in a flying sleigh in a bright red suit and is often seen leaving a trail of magical glittery gold stuff behind him. The man is no stranger to pizzazz and Christmas is no time to skimp on the glam.
You decked your halls and trimmed your tree, but to catch the big guy’s eye, you have to have a signature look that he will definitely notice. One way you are guaranteed to leave your mark? A personalized cookie plate.
Sure, your cookies are decorated to perfection, but what you really need is a great party vessel worthy of carrying your craftsmanship. Picture it: Santa sits down to take a load off his feet right next to your cookie station. He takes a cookie and — bam! — there it is. Not just an ordinary plate, but a plate shaped like his face! Or even a plate with an adorable message or personalized Christmas quote.
We definitely want you to earn points with the man of the hour, so we found a few super-cute Christmas plates to help you serve Santa in style.
For more holiday cheer, visit The Daily Meal’s Ultimate guide to Christmas!
100 Favorite Christmas Cookie Recipes: Santa&rsquos Wishlist
Santa and Rudolph Christmas Cookies
Everyone knows that Santa doesn't go anywhere without his trusty second-in-command, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer. This easy recipe for Christmas cookies is really two recipes in one. Now both Santa and Rudolph can make an appearance at your Christmas party this year! This festive Santa and Rudolph Christmas Cookies recipe makes three dozen chocolate chunk reindeer cookies (complete with adorable maraschino cherry noses!) and three dozen white chocolate peppermint cookies ready to put a smile on Santa's face. Get into the Christmas spirit with these cute Santa and Rudolph Christmas Cookies!
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6 Christmas Eve Food Traditions That Aren’t Cookies
I know that I seem to be surrounded by sweets and tasty treats during the holiday season.
If you’re trying to manage the amount of those treats that you’re eating, then some of these Christmas Eve food traditions could be a great way to turn Santa into a teachable moment about making better choices!
Plus, you might be able to avoid having to munch on a few extra cookies!
Not all of these alternative Christmas Eve food ideas are healthier, but they definitely break things up from the typical cookies for Santa!
And if you’re looking for SWEET TREAT IDEAS, we’ve got two of our favorite easy recipes that are great for Christmas Eve:
Alternative Santa Christmas Eve Food Ideas
Carrots & Dip
Not only are they a healthier choice for Santa, but his reindeer will love them too!
Leave out a plate of carrots for Santa and let him know that he can share them with his crew or critters. Those reindeer work hard too, why not get them in on the action?
Reindeer Munch Mix
Create a batch of reindeer munch mix with peanuts, pretzels, chocolate chips, coconut shreds, and other mix-ins of your choice.
This is an easy grab and go snack for Santa to take with him as he travels the night sky, and won’t distract him while he’s driving.
It’s like trail mix for the skies on Christmas Eve!
If you want to start some healthier Christmas Eve food traditions for when Santa visits your house, offer him a refreshing fruit kabob!
It can be a great activity to do during the day! Let the kids help make them and leave them out with some yogurt dip. All you need are some fruit chunks and wood skewers. We love pineapple, grapes, and strawberries the most around here!
Hot Chocolate Bar
This is another snack the kids will want to enjoy as well. It’s also a great addition to your Christmas Eve activities!
Put out a mug of cocoa for Santa with some mix inmix-ins like a peppermint stick, cinnamon, and marshmallows.
This way Santa can fix up his drink anyway he wants, and so can you!
Cheese & Crackers
Santa loves cheese, it’s a fact! Did you know that?
Leave out some crackers and cheese for Santa so he can enjoy a savory snack.
You might also enjoy the cheese and crackers after the kids go to bed and you still have wrapping and assembling to do!
If you’re looking for Christmas Eve activities to do together, painting marshmallows is a creative one that even the youngest in the family can participate in!
Dip a small paintbrush in a little food coloring and decorate large marshmallows for Santa. It’s a fun way to leave a little personalized snack for Santa.
With any of these Christmas Eve food ideas for Santa, it’s always fun to leave a handwritten note for him.
Kids will enjoy writing this note and attaching it to the snacks. Don’t forget to snap a pic, so you can be sure to remember what you leave out from year to year.
These Christmas Eve food traditions are super simple but it’s a great way to build memories that will last forever!
If you need more ideas, check out all of our Christmas activities and ideas!
4. My Grandma’s Old Fashioned Christmas Cookie Recipe
Best Old Fashioned Christmas Cookies
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Tangy, mouthwatering cranberry meatballs are constantly a favored at Christmas dinner as well as the recipe can quickly scaled up for holiday events. If you bring them to a Christmas meal, offer them straight from the slow cooker, with tiny plates, paper napkins, as well as toothpicks for spearing.
5. Hallmark Christmas Cookie Platter by thechickencooptoo on Etsy
Best Hallmark Christmas Cookies
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Yes, you can make delicious turkey as well as padding in your slow cooker! This best for Christmas (and also Thanksgiving) all-in-one turkey and dressing dish requires just four active ingredients, making it one of the simplest holiday recipes ever before. Boneless turkey breast and ready bread or cornbread stuffing mix are incorporated with chicken brew, a little butter, as well as optional gravy, to develop a one-pot entree.
6. Christmas cookies
Best Send Christmas Cookies
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No Christmas dinner would certainly be complete without a Christmas pork and also this set just calls for reheating a completely cooked one right into your crockpot. The ham gradually simmers with crushed pineapple, apple jelly, and also a couple of warming spices to develop a juicy, weighty, and fruity holiday main.
7. butter hearts sugar Woodland Christmas Cookies
Best Christmas Cookies And Holiday Hearts
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This merely experienced beef is excellent for Christmas dinner. It takes just half an hour of prep time, and the rest of the food preparation is delegated your stove, leaving you free to mingle with visitors.
Chocolate Cookies and Cream Cookies (shown above) - These may not be the most traditional of Christmas cookie recipes, but everyone loves cookies and cream, so why not try this dessert delight this holiday season?
Starbucks Double Chocolate Cookies (shown above) - Just as delicious as those famous Starbucks holiday drinks, these coffee-infused chocolate Christmas cookies are a must-make when the weather gets cold.
Double Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookies (shown above) - It's a classic combination, chocolate and peanut butter, so you really can't go wrong with chocolate Christmas cookies like these. The fact that they're double chocolaty is just an added bonus!
Chewy Chocolate Gingerbread Cookies (shown above) - Gingerbread cookies are an iconic Christmas treat, but why not give tradition a little bit of a delicious remix? This chocolate version of the classic Christmas cookie recipe is one that will quickly become a new tradition in your house!
Chocolate Pillows - Sweet, gooey and simply delicious, these Christmas chocolate cookies definitely live up to their dreamy name. After you taste one of these chocolate delights, you'll find yourself dreaming about them at night!
Flourless Dark Chocolate Cookies (shown above) - One look and these rich and chocolaty cookies and you know they're going to taste delicious. For all of those extreme chocolate lovers in your life, these chocolate Christmas cookies are the perfect present.
Chocolate Star Cookies - Make a dessert to match the star on top of your tree with this easy Christmas cookie recipe. Each one of these treats has a chocolate candy star in its center!
Choco Coco No Bake Cookies (shown above) - One of our most popular Christmas cookie recipes, these ball-shaped delights are packed with wonderful flavors like coconut, walnut and oat.
Chocolate No-Bake Cookies - Everyone loves no-bake cookie recipes because they're so quick and easy. This chocolate version is one of our favorites, and Santa is sure to love it too.
White Chocolate and Cranberry Cookies - If you're the kind of dessert enthusiast who loves all kinds of chocolate (dark, milk, white, you name it), you're sure to enjoy these creamy white chocolate Christmas cookies.
A Semi-Sweet Triple Chocolate Cookie - Made with chocolate chips, cocoa and a bag of Hershey's chocolate kisses, these amazing Christmas cookies are three times as chocolaty as your average dessert. and three times as delicious!
Find even more delicious Christmas cookie recipes in our free, downloadable collection. Get your copy of the 50 Favorite Christmas Cookie Recipes eCookbook today!
Even More Christmas Cookies
If you are still looking for more Christmas cookies, here are some other great ideas for giving (and keeping).
Swedish Peppar KaKar:
(a soft mild gingerbread even more fun when you make them tiny)
Mint Oreo Cookies:
(super easy: start with a cake mix)
Christmas Chocolate Chip Cookies:
(soft, chewy cookies all dressed up for Christmas)
Cherry Nut Mudslides:
(a great cookie for more discriminating tastes)
(as much fun to eat as to say)
Peanut Butter Kisses:
(try using some of the fancy Kisses flavors)
Chocolate Rolo and Andes Chocolate Mint Cookies:
(two very different cookies from one easy dough)
Russian Tea Cakes:
(these are the kids’ favorites-they are suckers for a little colored sugar)
Chocolate Caramel Thumbprints:
(Santa’s favorite indulgence)
(soft and slightly sweet the anchor of any respectable Christmas cookie tray)