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Christmas Eve for Santa's Favorite Snacks

Linda is a writer and lover of cooking and entertaining. Unique preparation techniques, gourmet food, and fine wine are her favorite topics.

1. Christmas Yummy Cookies

The holiday treats this Christmas Eve are made labeled tags for Mr. and Mrs. Claus for the red and white straws in the milk bottles. Make the recipe cookies and serving the classic chocolate chips cookies, oatmeal cookies and icing red velvet cookies under the Christmas tree!

Great cookies snacks for Santa, reindeer and Mrs. Santa Claus!

Great cookies snacks for Santa, reindeer and Mrs. Santa Claus!

2. Italian Biscotti and Hot Coffee

Kids know that Santa won't stay up late to bring presents across the world! Your parents can enjoy the brewing cappuccino and dunk these Italian almond biscottis in the coffee cups. These delicious dessert snacks are close to the midnight!

The crunchy biscotti dunks in the capuccino coffee cup.

The crunchy biscotti dunks in the capuccino coffee cup.

3. Milkshake in the Cookie Bottom

For Santa, skip the usual milk and cookies and instead make him a cookie bottom milkshake. Warm up your cookies and crumble your favorite types of cookies and put them in the spoon. Mix one cup of vanilla ice cream, 1/2 teaspoon of vanilla extract, 2 tablespoons of sugar and half a cup of milk. Crush cookies in the bottom in the glass and then pour the milkshake over the cookies and enjoy the Santa's treat!

Crumble cookies in the bottom of the milkshake!

Crumble cookies in the bottom of the milkshake!

4. Ribbon Sugar Cookies

I've finally known it's a lot of sugar cookies are on all of the stacks provide that looks really neat! Have your kids to help Mom to bake a dozen sugar cookies in the stack in the Christmas holiday. Decorate the cookies with the lovely decorate that looks like sugar. Use a red ribbon and tie the cookies stacked and you can get some milk if you want to drink for the holiday!

These are gorgeous stacks of these sugar ribbon cookies!

These are gorgeous stacks of these sugar ribbon cookies!

5. Granola Cookies and Gingerbread Tags

Recipe uses tasty granola oatmeal cookie snacks for Santa with the gingerbread tag. Make the free printable tag pattern and print it on the cards. Cut the circles with scissors and punch in the top hole. Tie the ribbon or string to use the gingerbread tags in the cookies in the boxes.

Celebrate for the Christmas and granola and the Gingerbread gift tag!

Celebrate for the Christmas and granola and the Gingerbread gift tag!

These Christmas Santa snacks are sweet and crunchy granola cookies and are hearty and chunky.

These Christmas Santa snacks are sweet and crunchy granola cookies and are hearty and chunky.

6. A Hot Vanilla With a Cookie Straw

Outside, it's freezing, so treat Santa to a hot steamer of vanilla. Heat up a mug of milk to make it, then add up to two teaspoons of vanilla extract. Add one teaspoon of granulated sugar and sprinkle on top with a pinch of ground cinnamon. To make an extra sweet treat your kids would enjoy, also add a cookie straw.

This cookie is a tasty straw for the latte coffee for snowy Christmas!

This cookie is a tasty straw for the latte coffee for snowy Christmas!

7. Cookie Christmas Trees

If you've been following us for a while, you know we love a lot of cookies. You can go to the supermarket and get a few cookies that well create the neat cookie trees. We want the sweet decorating icing. Whether we can use lemon shortbread cookies, Golden Oreos, Nilla Wafers and sugar color sprinkles. The green icing on top each of the three cookies are for the Christmas trees. The snacks are wonderful for the kids and Santa Claus!

These cookie trees are delicious!

These cookie trees are delicious!

8. Healthy Snacks for Santa

The classic snacks are also for Christmas Eve for cookies and milk, but you can get also healthy different treats for Santa. The dried cherries on a cracker with cream cheese and with pistachios. There are also scones, so he has cranberries and cheese! It's just as delicious. You can put out the warm cookies and milk for the kids and for Santa Claus.

Santa – believe it or not – and they are just as tasty.

Santa – believe it or not – and they are just as tasty.

9. Reindeer Carrots

We have cut up carrot sticks and left them for the reindeers with personalized tags. The carrots are for Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, Comet, Cupid, Donner, Blitzen and Rudolph the Red-Nose Reindeer. The Christmas snacks and the rest of Santa's reindeers can eat them right behind Santa's sleigh. The crew fed the carrots during the midnight!

There are eight reindeers for the carrots -- Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, Comet, Cupid, Donner, and Blitzen. Rudolph and has his red nose!

There are eight reindeers for the carrots -- Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, Comet, Cupid, Donner, and Blitzen. Rudolph and has his red nose!

This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.

© 2020 Linda Chechar

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Linda Chechar (author) from Arizona on December 24, 2020:

Chitrangada, I'm so happy that you like the granola cookies. All of these cookies are delicious for Merry Christmas! Thank you!

Chitrangada Sharan from New Delhi, India on December 24, 2020:

Great looking delicacies, all of them. The granola cookies sound delicious.

Thanks for sharing and Merry Christmas.

Linda Chechar (author) from Arizona on December 23, 2020:

Pamela, those Christmas cookie trees! Most of the cookies would be recipes. My article shows the baked the Santa cookies! They will have milk and coffee beverages, too!

Linda Chechar (author) from Arizona on December 23, 2020:

Rebecca, these are so delicious for the Christmas cookies for the Santa! These recipes are wonderful!

Linda Chechar (author) from Arizona on December 23, 2020:

Linda Crampton, I'm so glad you enjoyed yummy treats for the Christmas Eve!

Linda Crampton from British Columbia, Canada on December 23, 2020:

These sound like lovely Christmas treats. Thanks for sharing all the suggestions, Linda.

Rebecca Mealey from Northeastern Georgia, USA on December 23, 2020:

I'm always on the lookout for new Christmas cookie recipes. Delish< and so pretty!

Pamela Oglesby from Sunny Florida on December 23, 2020:

The cookies looked delicious, Linda! I particularly like the look of the Christmas tree cookies.

Great article for Christmas baking.