Nifty·Posted on Dec 14, 201241 Adorable Food Decorating Ideas For The HolidaysFood just tastes better when it looks all cute and Christmas-like. And the kids will be way more likely to eat something shaped like a snowman or reindeer.by Peggy WangBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Use marshmallows to simulate a melting snowman on a cookie. trulycustomcakery.com Get the recipe here. 2. For a savory snack, make Santa crackers. marthastewart.com The Santa hats are made from pepperonis while the fluffy white stuff is ricotta cheese. Top with celery and capers. 3. Dust Nilla wafers with metallic dust. psimadethis.com thecakebar.tumblr.com 4. Cut sandwiches into snowmen and top with Bugles. aichigo.blog109.fc2.com 5. These Santa hat bugle bites are quick and easy. dandelionsandlace.blogspot.co.uk A great recipe for the kids, especially if you don't feel like cooking. 6. Make these cute reindeer with icing and mini M&Ms. meetthedubiens.com You could even use store-bought ginger snaps. 7. Stick pretzels into chocolate donuts to simulate reindeer. lovefromtheoven.com Get the directions here. lovefromtheoven.com You could also make snowmen with vanilla-glazed donuts. 8. Make New Year's hats out of waffle cones. tastingindependence.com 9. Cut waffles into triangles to make a Christmas tree. rutherfordfamilyhappenings.blogspot.com Just add food coloring to your waffle batter. mrbreakfast.com You can do a similar thing with French toast. 10. Put a chocolate-covered marshmallow reindeer on a stick. adventuresofabettycrockerwannabe.blogspot.com Get the directions here. 11. Turn your hot dogs into stockings. cutefoodforkids.com The fluffy part is cream cheese. 12. Make a simple donut wreath with sprinkles and red chocolate chips. onecharmingparty.com Get the instructions here. 13. Make these party horns out of sugar cones. hungryhappenings.com Get the instructions here. 14. Construct little gingerbread houses for your mugs. caketime.blox.pl Get the directions here. (They're in Polish, so you'll need to turn on Google Translate!) 15. Use cookie cutters for pizza. christmas-party-pizzazz.blogspot.com 16. These easy Rudolph noses are made from pretzels, Rolos, and red M&Ms. pennyspringmann.com 17. Top round brownie bites with strawberry Santa hats. daisysworld.net Get the directions here. 18. Sprinkle edible glitter stars over marshmallows. shrimpsaladcircus.com Get the recipe here. 19. Fill cookie cutters with brownie batter and add M&Ms for decoration. bettycrocker.com 20. Draw snowman faces on marshmallows with edible food marker. wintertime-in-summerville.tumblr.com 21. Use food coloring and wrapped Rolos to make these ornament Rice Krispie treats. mommysavers.com Get the instructions here. 22. Arrange crudité into a Christmas tree spread. couponclippingcook.com 23. Use Hostess cakes and tootsie rolls to make these snow cake penguins. hungryhappenings.com Get the instructions here. 24. Turn any sundae into a snowman sundae. foodcreate.com 25. These sparkly vanilla bean macarons are almost too pretty to eat. kevinandamanda.com These are made with white chocolate peppermint buttercream filling. 26. Stack your cookies into snowmen. caketime.blox.pl This website is in Polish, but you could easily do this with any round, flat cookies and edible food marker. 27. Transform Laughing Cow cheese wedges into reindeer. projectdenneler.com Just add pretzels and olives. littlefoodjunction.blogspot.com Make the Christmas tree version with cheese wedges, chili flakes, and broccoli. 28. Arrange sandwiches in a wreath. pinterest.com 29. Arrange wraps into a Christmas tree. spoonful.com 30. Pipe a butter mixture on top of dinner rolls in a snowflake design. plainchicken.com 31. Turn candy canes into sleds. sodomesticated.blogspot.com brandyscrafts.blogspot.com These simple sleds are made from candy canes, mini Milky Way bars, and Teddy Grahams. printablesantaletters.com 32. Make a pinecone spread with almonds and cheese. modernskillet.com Get the recipe here. 33. Make peanut butter cookie reindeer. parents.com Get the recipe here. ourbestbites.com Use nutter butters if you don't feel like baking. 34. Make Santa Strawberries. tislstyle.com Get the recipe here. 35. The kids can help with making these meringue Christmas mice. bhg.com Get the recipe here. 36. Put candy or popcorn into these edible Santa suit cups. hungryhappenings.com Get the recipe and directions here. 37. Dress up your cupcakes with candy. allyou.com 38. Transform Nutter Butters into snowmen by dipping them in white chocolate. browneyedbaker.com Get the directions here. 39. Serve these adorable cream cheese penguins with crackers. emilybloss.com They're made from cream cheese, olives, and carrots. Get the recipe here. 40. These simple santas are made from strawberries and bananas. workingmomcookfusion.com 41. ADVANCED: Yule Log Cake sayyestohoboken.com They claim it's not as hard as it looks. Get the recipe and directions here.