Whether you're planning a winter birthday party, simple play date or large-scale holiday party, gathering the kids around a warm fondue station full of sweet treats is an easy and fun way to celebrate.
Enjoy all of the fun of making Christmas cookies without all of the butter, sugar, fat and calories! These fragrant (non-edible) and festive cinnamon ornaments are a must-make kid-friendly Christmas craft that will have you rolling, baking and decorating.
Use part of the gift for gift wrap by tying on a vintage Christmas cookie cutter with gold ribbon to the gift box. Keep the rest of the gift on theme by giving a cookie recipe book, some fun sprinkles and a rolling pin.
Use a traditional sugar cookie dough and make slight adjustments in order to create four very different and very scrumptious Christmas cookies. From candied orange to cashews to sugar crystals, each cookie has a unique look and flavor to set it apart at your next holiday gathering.
During December, Atlanta's Whitley will be offering a “spirited” nightcap, a perfect way to unwind after a day of holiday shopping. This festive, boozy hot chocolate experience features a choice of holiday liqueurs including Bailey’s, Godiva Dark or White Chocolate, Frangelico, Kahlua, and peppermint schnapps. A Santa-approved "nice-list" version for kids includes marshmallows and Christmas cookies. The build-your-own hot chocolate bar is available for $40 for adults and $20 for children.
Use six basic ingredients to make classic Christmas sugar cookies for upcoming holiday parties. Use cookie cutters to create stars, trees and other traditional shapes, and then dress up with frosting and sugar crystals in seasonal hues. Get the recipe.