Have Your Fun,
And Eat It, Too!

These adorable snowmen projects turn craft time into snack time!

Marshmallow snowman

Marshmallow snowman | Sheknows.com

Your kids can help out with almost every step as you assemble these marshmallow snowmen from Flexible Dreams.


Melting snowman cookies

Melting snowman | Sheknows.com

Help! They're melting! Well, at least it looks that way! These fun cookies from YUM at First Bite give the impression that these snowmen have seen better days.


Doughnut snowman

Donut snowman | Sheknows.com

Nothing like a little snowman for breakfast! Help your kids make these super cute stacked doughnut snowmen from Worth Pinning in the evening, and enjoy them together at the breakfast table the next morning.


Egg snowman

Egg snowman | Sheknows.com

Not every snowman craft needs to be packed with sugar. These snowmen from Roxy's Kitchen are created from hard-boiled eggs, carrots and more.


Snowman cupcakes

Snowman cupcakes | Sheknows.com

Sprinkles and assorted candies bring these snowman cupcakes from Simple Designing to life.


Rice crisp cereal snowman

Snowman rice krispy treats | Sheknows.com

Your kids will love getting their hand sticky while they help you make these rice crisp cereal snowmen made by From the Blue Shed.


Chocolate snowmen

on spoons

Chocolate snowmen on spoons | Sheknows.com

These snowmen on spoons from Cute Food For Kids can be eaten alone, or stirred into hot chocolate for a warm treat after playing in the snow.


pretzel sticks

Snowman pretzel sticks | Sheknows.com

These snowman pretzel sticks from The Joys of Boys come together easily and will be a huge hit for the kids!


Fruit snowman

Fruit snowman | Sheknows.com

These healthy fruit snowmen from Kitchen Fun with My Three Sons make a healthy (and sweet!) midday snack.


Snowman pretzel rings

Snowman pretzel rings | Sheknows.com

The combination of salty and sweet in these snowman pretzel rings from Hungry Happenings are the perfect treat to hit the spot.


Snowman cookies

Snowman cookies | Sheknows.com

These snowman cookies from My Pretty Purse come together in a snap since they don't involve any baking!


Snowman cake pops

Snowman cake pops | Sheknows.com

Let your kids help you create the faces on these snowman cake pops from My Little Cupcake.

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Comments on "Kids in the kitchen: 12 Easy edible snowman crafts"

Lynn Riemenschneider December 20, 2013 | 7:44 AM

Why is there no option to email or print articles? Not eveyone uses facebook, tweet or pinit. It really ticks me off when I see that discrimination.

Whitney December 14, 2013 | 5:29 PM

Hi Lisa! Click on the link of the blog name in the descriptions. That will take you to the recipes! Thanks for reading! :-)

Lisa Gonzalez December 14, 2013 | 8:31 AM

How do you get the recipes? I tried clicking on them...

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