Are you looking for easy themes with Elf on the Shelf? Have a fun baking day with your little ones by baking some easy holiday cookies.
There is nothing better than easy holiday cookies that are also delicious! The best part is it only includes three main ingredients.
How to Make Easy Holiday Cookies
Gather the ingredients for these easy holiday cookies and once the ingredients are all ready, let’s begin!
1 package of pie crust (will have two sheets in there)
Powdered sugar (optional)
Preheat the oven to 450F
Roll out the pie crust and spread Nutella and raspberry preserves evenly.
Tip with the second pie crust and lightly press.
Bake for 10-12 minutes and fully cool once removed.
Optional: soft powdered sugar on top for added sweetness.
You can use melted chocolate or peanut butter. You can omit either ingredient to make raspberry cookies or just Nutella cookies!
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We had another fun Storytime at our local library, and I was so excited to share my homemade pumpkin slime.
I love this pumpkin slime recipe not only because it’s easy but because you will have all of the ingredients in your home, especially during the fall season!
I am not a massive slime fan, and I don’t understand the hype. If you’re like your little ones are not ready for this sensory texture, have them play with it in a ziplock bag.
1-2 cups pumpkin guts or canned pumpkin
1 5 oz bottle of clear glue
1/3 cup water
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
1 tablespoon contact solution
Pour the glue, water, baking soda, and pumpkin into a bowl and stir until it’s combined. Add contact solution and mix until desired consistency. Store in an airtight container or ziplock bag.
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Why does every meal I make for my kid need to be spooky? Because it’s too easy and he loves it. This week I managed to make three easy dinners in minutes. I made them creepy, but they are great any time of the year.
I made a pumpkin quesadilla, ghost pizzas, and skull cheese sticks. The best part is that each recipe was created in minutes. The ease of using
Feekaa Air Fryer Toaster Oven has made dinners a breeze. It is a 7-in-1 combo, so I have the option to bake, toast, air fry, broil, and more!
Check out the recipes below and how I made them in the
Feekaa Air Fryer Toaster Oven. Pumpkin Quessidilla Ingredients
-Two sundried tomato basil wraps
– Mexican blend shredded cheese
Feeka Air Fryer Toaster Oven to 375F
2. Using a knife, cut a jack-o-lantern face by cutting two triangles as the eyes and a curved mouth with one tortilla.
3. Spray both wraps with a light coat of cooking spray.
4. With the coated side facing down, add a layer of shredded cheese.
5. Top the quesadilla with the other tortilla with the coated side facing up.
6. Add the quesadilla to the nonstick baking sheet included with the oven and toast for 10 minutes.
Skull Cheese Sticks Ingredients
• Mini naan bread
• String cheese
• Avocado oil
• Garlic powder
• Sliced black olives
• Marinara sauce
1. Brush oil onto each piece of naan.
2. Sprinkle garlic powder onto the naan.
3. Pull string cheese and scatter it all over the naan.
4. Add sliced olives to the eyes and mouth.
5. Toast on Light.
6. Serve with a side of marinara sauce.
Ghost Pizza Ingredients
• Self-rise pizza dough
• Pizza sauce
• Mozzarella cheese slices
• Garlic salt
• Avocado oil
• Ghost cookie cutter
1. Preheat the
Feeka Air Fryer Toaster Oven to 350F.
2. Knead and roll out pizza dough into personal-sized circles.
3. Bake for 8-10 minutes.
4. While baking, cut out ghosts using a cookie cutter with mozzarella cheese slices.
5. When ready, remove the dough and brush a light coat of oil on top. Spread pizza sauce and sprinkle with garlic salt. Place ghosts onto pizzas.
6. Place back in the oven for about 5 minutes or until the cheese bubbles.
I received the Feekaa multi-use oven in exchange for an honest review.
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It’s that time of year to make all of the spooky treats! These Halloween cereal treats did not disappoint.
Spray your pan with cooking spray. Layer with Peeps, top with cereal. Layer again with Peeps and sliced cold butter.
Bake at 350F degrees for 10 mins. Take out and stir the peeps mixture a little bit (add more cereal if needed). Mix in eyeball sprinkles. Let them cool fully.
Take a butter knife and spread some cream cheese frosting on parchment paper to give a ghost shape.
Freeze for 1 hour, you can make these ahead of preparing the treats. Add a face to them using sprinkle eyeballs or with
black gel frosting.
Cut cereal treats into squares and top ghosts on them. You can also roll some into a ball and place inside
If you do not want the ghosts to be hardened you can smear the frosting right on the cereal treats before serving.