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Make the Cutest Christmas Sweet + Savory Snacks Ever

'Tis the season for seriously adorable holiday appetizers. Can you handle all this Christmas cuteness?

1. Grinch Kabobs

"These are a perfect holiday treat if you have a little cook at home and want a quick/fun project for them," says squirreltwitch. "They also look great for holiday parties."

Grinch Kabobs

Grinch Kabobs | Photo by Shorecook

2. Chocolate Mice

Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse. Well, maybe a few yummy chocolate mice...with slivered almonds for ears, red vine licorice for tails, and silver candies for eyes.

Chocolate Mice

Chocolate Mice | Photo by The Gruntled Gourmand

3. Strawberry Santas

So fun, so easy! "All you need are strawberries, whipped cream, and some chocolate sprinkles," says barbara. "Your kids will love these yummy treats and can help put them together."

Mini Strawberry Santas

Mini Strawberry Santas | Photo by Allrecipes

4. Cream Cheese Penguins

"Black olives, carrots, and cream cheese are all you need," says Valerie. "You can add scarves and hats by using fresh red pepper strips, or canned pimentos cut into different shapes."

Cream Cheese Penguins

Cream Cheese Penguins | Photo by Melissa Goff

5. Hedgehog Cookies

"The kids loved them, the only complaint was there were none left for me," says I. "Gotta make a double-batch for sure!"

Hedgehog Cookies

Hedgehog Cookies | Photo by foodelicious

6. Reindeer Cookies

Pretzels for antlers, chocolate chips for eyes, and red M&Ms make them Rudolph!

Reindeer Cookies

Reindeer Cookies | Photo by Ashley Schof

7. Rudolphtini

And finally, one just for the adults. Vodka and Frangelico combine with coconut-flavored rum and half-and-half. Cinnamon sticks are antlers and a cherry is Rudolph's nose. It's abstract art you can imbibe.

Rudolphtini

Rudolphtini | Photo by Allrecipes


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