10 Fun Christmas Food Ideas

Dec 18, 2012


Welcome to the FINAL TUESDAY TOTS for 2012. Co-hosted by Learn with Play at home (me),  Rainy Day MumGrowing a Jeweled Rose and In Lieu of Preschool 


We'll be back next year but in the meantime, here are our final featured posts for this year.


Yes, still Christmas themed :) 
Learn with Play at home are featuring

10 Fun Christmas Food Ideas



FEATURED




Click on the pictures below to take you to the post



Xmas Tree Cakes by Magic Belles

Pretzal Hugs by Moms Have Questions Too

"Gingerbread" Houses by Red Ted Art

Snowman Snacks by In Lieu of Preschool

Nutter Butter Snowmen by Life with Moore Babies

Christmas Tree Cones by Reading Confetti

Reindeer Lunch by JDeniel4's Mom

Gingerbread Cookies by Inspired by Family Magazine


Christmas Cookies by Making Boys Men

Snowman Cake Pops by Cakes and Scribbles


Congratulations if you were featured.  Feel free to grab a featured button.





Here's a Simple Cookie Recipe for you to try with the kids from us.


Now that you have some AWESOME recipes to try out with the kids, perhaps you could take them somewhere to give out and spread some cheer.  (#18 Service with a Smile!)
This is what we did:




Now, it's your turn to link up your posts for children 5 and under. 
This linky will be open through to Jan so be sure to check back on all the great ideas.

(please read the guidelines before linking up)








Happy playing,
Debs :)



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12 comments:

  1. Thanks for featuring our Christmas cookies!

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    1. They looked yummo! Thanks for sharing them :)

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  2. Thanks for featuring our Christmas tree cones! Everything on the list looks so good!

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    1. You're welcome. Love how interactive they were for kids of all ages. We'll be trying them for sure. Thanks for sharing :)

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    1. Your gingerbread men were super cute and it's always great to have a good recipe you know will work! :)

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  4. Awe thanks for the feature!!! Very lovely of you!

    Maggy

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    1. You're welcome. I thought the idea was brilliant and we'll be making them ourselves for sure next year. So adorable! :)

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  5. Thanks so much for featuring our chocolate christmas tree cakes.

    x

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    1. They are so gorgeous! I wanted to let you know but couldn't find anywhere to comment. I can imagine they've been incredibly popular so thank you for sharing them with us :) x

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  6. Cute Snowman Cake Pops by Cakes and Scribbles.

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  7. Awww LOVE all these ideas! Thanks so much for the feature!

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Thanks for taking the time to comment! I love reading them all.