29 Delightful Christmas Treats for Students

Add even more excitement to this time of the year by making yummy Christmas treats for students that will make them smile.

Whether you’re a teacher wanting to make gifts for your students or a parent looking to make a special treat for the class, these Christmas treat ideas for students are sure to provide you with a variety of great options. 

Not only do these Christmas treats taste good, but they create memories that will stay with students for a long time. 

What’s more, many of these ideas are easy to make and provide an outlet for you to express your creativity.

So have fun exploring and making these delicious Christmas treats for students. 

Christmas Treats for Students

Keep reading to discover some delicious Christmas treat ideas for school. Students of all ages will enjoy these treats.

1. Gingerbread Cookies

Bake gingerbread cookies in various shapes like gingerbread men, stars, and trees. Provide icing and sprinkles for students to decorate their own cookies.

2. Christmas Tree Fruit Skewers

Place green grapes and kiwi slices onto skewers to make mini Christmas tree-shaped fruit skewers.

3. Hot Cocoa Mix

Prepare individual packets of hot cocoa mix with mini marshmallows. Include instructions for making the hot cocoa on the packets.

4. Snowman Cheese Sticks

Make snowmen using cheese sticks, pretzel sticks, and small pieces of carrot for the nose. It’s a cute and savory treat.

5. Candy Cane Brownies

Bake brownies in a rectangular pan, and once they’re cooled, cut them into candy cane shapes.

Use red and white icing to create the candy cane stripes.

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6. Reindeer Snack Bags

If you want to make Christmas treat bags for students, this is a good idea.

Fill small snack bags with a mix of pretzels, chocolate chips, and red candies. Attach googly eyes and pipe cleaner antlers to create reindeer faces.

7. Christmas Cupcakes

Bake cupcakes with green and red frosting, or with holiday-themed toppers like edible snowflakes, mini gingerbread cookies, or small plastic figurines.

8. Christmas Popcorn

Make popcorn and drizzle it with melted white chocolate and red or green sprinkles. Package it in individual bags or boxes.

9. Rudolph Pancakes

Shape pancakes into reindeer faces and use chocolate chips for the eyes, a red berry for the nose, and pieces of bacon for the antlers.

10. Fruit Kabobs

Put a mix of fresh fruits like strawberries, grapes, and kiwi onto skewers to make fruit kabobs.

11. Christmas Rice Krispie Treats

Make classic rice krispie treats and shape them into Christmas trees, wreaths, or ornaments. Decorate with icing and sprinkles.

12. Marshmallow Snowmen

Stack marshmallows of varying sizes on top of each other, securing them with toothpicks. Use edible markers to draw snowman faces on the marshmallows.

13. Chocolate-Dipped Pretzels

Dip pretzel rods into melted chocolate, then coat them with crushed candy canes, sprinkles, or mini chocolate chips.

14. Festive Trail Mix

Create a mix of dried fruits, chocolate candies, and holiday-themed cereal for a tasty treat.

15. Mini Yule Logs

Make mini yule logs by rolling up chocolate cake filled with frosting. Decorate them with more frosting to resemble a log.

16. Holiday Pretzel Rods

Dip pretzel rods in white or milk chocolate and decorate them with colorful holiday-themed sprinkles, crushed candy canes, or chocolate.

17. Holiday Mini Pizzas

Use English muffins or mini pizza crusts to create pizzas with red tomato sauce and green spinach or basil leaves.

18. Mini Cheesecakes

Bake mini cheesecakes in cupcake liners and top them with a swirl of whipped cream or fruit.

19. Festive Jello Cups

Create layers of red and green Jello in clear cups for a cute and yummy treat.

20. Holiday Popcorn Balls

Make popcorn balls by combining popcorn, melted marshmallows, and butter. Add red and green food coloring to give the balls a Christmas theme.

21. Christmas Cupcakes

Frost cupcakes with green icing and decorate them with colorful candies to resemble Christmas trees.

Alternatively, bake chocolate cupcakes, top them with peppermint-flavored frosting, and garnish with crushed peppermint candy.

22. Chocolate-Dipped Fruit

Dip strawberries, bananas, or apple slices in melted chocolate and allow them to cool for a delicious and healthier treat.

23. Santa Hat Brownie Bites 

Top mini brownie bites with a dollop of whipped cream and a strawberry slice to resemble Santa’s hat.

24. Candy Cane Rice Krispie Treats 

Make rice krispie treats and shape them into candy cane twists. Use red food coloring for the stripes.

25. Christmas Pancake Stacks 

Make yummy small pancakes and stack them with layers of whipped cream and berries to resemble a Christmas tree.

26. Cinnamon Sugar Snowflakes 

Cut tortillas into snowflake shapes, brush them with melted butter, sprinkle cinnamon sugar, and bake until crispy.

27. Holiday Oreo Pops 

Insert lollipop sticks into Oreo cookies, dip them in chocolate, and decorate them with sprinkles or mini candy canes.

28. Melted Snowman Hot Chocolate

Decorate the rim of mugs with icing to create melted snowman faces. Fill the mugs with hot chocolate and top with whipped cream.

29. Chocolate-Dipped Marshmallows

Dip marshmallows in melted chocolate and decorate with crushed candy canes or colored sprinkles.

Final Thoughts On Christmas Treat Ideas for Students

These delicious Christmas treats for students will add joy and festivity to your school and holiday celebrations. 

Have fun spreading holiday cheer with your yummy creations.