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That classic pair, peanut butter and chocolate, meet again in this holiday treat. The trick to delicious results? A perfectly placed kiss. Kids can help by measuring the ingredients and rolling the dough into balls.
Dress up some simple sugar cookies with some festive sprinkles, and you'll have a plate of holiday cheer. The dough is sturdy enough to stand up to kids' handling; they can help roll it into balls and place balls on baking sheets.
Nothing says "Happy Holidays" like the cozy combo of cinnamon, ginger, cloves, and molasses. Kids can help measure ingredients, roll the dough into balls, and -- the crowning touch -- roll the balls in a cinnamon sugar.
Who says cranberries only get to play one role a year? When combined with smooth white chocolate, they go from Thanksgiving side dish to starring Christmas dessert. Kids can help by stirring in cranberries and chocolate chips.
Add a little variety to your round-cookie platter with these rectangular bars. Five scrumptious flavors are packed into every bite. Have kids help by preparing ingredients (unwrapping butter, crushing graham crackers) and sprinkling chocolate and butterscotch chips and coconut on top.