:: Build a Snowman Treat :: Snowman Classroom Treats :: Simple Christmas Party Favors ::

Building a snowman is fun, but when you get to eat him after, it’s definitely better!
Here’s a great idea for easy edible Christmas treats that are cheap Christmas favors as well!

 :: Here’s what you’ll need ::

White Cotton Candy (1 bag = 4 Snowman kits)
1 bag of chocolate chips
1 bag of mini chocolate chips
1 bag of candy corn
1 bag of Pull ‘n Peel Twizzlers
Clear treat bags
Free printable tags provided

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Make sure that you assemble your kits the day of or the day before the event (as cotton candy will slowly shrink and eventually dry up. If wrapped/sealed, it will usually stay fluffy for about 4 days in cooler environments and about 10 hours in the warmer months in humid environments). Place 3 balls of white cotton candy (snowman’s body), 2 chocolate chips (snowman’s eyes), a bunch of mini chocolate chips (snowman’s mouth and button details), 1 candy corn (snowman’s nose), and 1 three strand of pull ‘n peel Twizzler (snowman’s scarf) into snack bags. Seal. Print and staple printable tag provided below.

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Rather make this into a Christmas party activity instead?

Set up a station with all the items at your next Christmas party (or child’s classroom) and allow each child to build their own!
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:: Download the free printable tags below ::

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