Religious Christmas Cookies and Treats!

Pretty much everyone bakes for Christmas, so as long as you’re going to be putting in the work, you may as well make it meaningful. Here are some baking (and non-baking) ideas to keep the true meaning in the foreground with your Advent and Christmas yummies. 🙂

Check out these easy edible Advent wreaths here.

When celebrating St. Lucia’s feast day, you might want to bake some traditional saffron buns! Find the complete recipe and picture tutorial here.

OR, celebrate St. Lucy’s feast day the easy way… with cinnamon rolls from the can just pretending to be fancy. 😉 Find the directions for easy St. Lucia bread here.

If you are going to go through the trouble to make sugar cookies with kids, may as well invest in a set of nativity cookie cutters and bring the focus back to Jesus with your cookies, too! See how you can very easily decorate nativity cookies here.

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These little guys are easy for kids to assemble, and don’t require any baking at all. Check out how to make these Baby Jesus cookies here.

away in a manger cookies

And last but not least, don’t forget the make the birthday boy a cake! Merry Christmas! 🙂

happy birthday jesus cake for meaningful christmas

Also, you can find all of my Advent and Christmas resources for Catholic families here.

The Advent Christmas Planner- available from Catholic Icing