Create a Christmas Tree Cheese Platter

You don’t need a lot of Christmas creativity to make the easiest festive appetizer platter ever. Yes—ever! Swap out red for green grapes and pepper jack cheese for your other favorite, and you’ve got a unique platter. It’s pretty, it’s easy, and it’s full of cheese. What more could you want?

christmas tree cheese platter

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Hershey’s “Holiday in Your Mouth” Cookie

We’re calling these cookies a Holiday in Your Mouth, but they could also be called Everything But the Kitchen Sink. Why? Because they are full of all of the best ingredients—chocolate chips, Reese’s chips, and pretzels. Just try not to eat the dough before you actually bake them—we failed miserably.

hershey reeses pretzel cookies

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Traditional Hershey’s Peanut Butter Blossom Cookies

These peanut butter and chocolate kiss cookies are a classic for a reason. Partly because they combine the two best cookie ingredients known to bakers everywhere—peanut butter and chocolate—and partly because they’re so easy to make… and eat. Make a batch of boring chocolate chip cookies for Santa and save these for your own personal stash. You won’t want to share.

hersheys thumbprint cookies

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4-Ingredient Mini Apple Pies

Everything is better in bite-sized portions, even pie. We think these miniature versions would be perfect for breakfast—they do have fruit in them!—or as a sweet treat post-Thanksgiving dinner. If you’re feeling adventurous, swap out apples for pears or even add a bit of pumpkin puree for an even more in-season treat.

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No-Bake Kit Kat Bark

Bye-bye, boring candy—hello, homemade treats! Candy bark is the perfect way to use leftover treats or to create your own one-of-a-kind surprise for your kids and friends. The best part? No oven required! Click through to learn how to make your own Halloween bark.

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