Whether it’s decorating your tree with pretzel ornaments or munching on banana snowmen, add some delicious snacks to your family Christmas crafting this year. If you missed part one, sweet treats, CLICK HERE.

Christmas Tree Veggie Pizza from Recipe Shoebox: We wish you a veggie Christmas!
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Reindeer Sandwich from Cookie Cutter Lunch: This sandwich will give kids enough energy to pull Santa’s sleigh!
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Pretzel Santa Hats from One Ordinary Day: Like nice vs. naughty, these salty vs. sweet snacks are a winner!
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Christmas Tree Waffles from Rutherford Family Happenings Add some green food coloring for a festive breakfast!
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Pretzel Ornaments from Anyzkowo: Decoration or snack? It’s up to you!
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Egg Snowmen from Roxy’s Kitchen: Hard-boiled, but easy to construct snowmen.
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Cheese Santa from Cute Food for Kids: Make your grocery list and check it twice to ensure you have this cheese!
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Christmas Tree Pitas from Betty Crocker: You can’t beat-a this Christmas Tree pita!
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Candy Cane Apples from Jenni Price Illustration: A healthier alternative to candy canes.
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Christmas Tree Sandwich from Mommie 911: Put any snacks under this tree for a post-meal treat.
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Dried Fruit Ornaments from No Meat Athlete: These ornaments take little effort but give a lot of spirit!
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Cheese Reindeer from Cute Food for Kids: Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer had a very cheesy nose!
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Santa Claus Crackers from Martha Stewart: Add some holly, jolly snacks to your Christmas party!
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Cheese Christmas Trees from Little Food Junction: Trees that’ll make little ones say “Cheese!”
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Banana Snowmen from Littlest Learners: A treat that’s ripe for the season!
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Apple Ornaments from Little Nummies: Say “Bon Appe-treat” with these edible ornaments.
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