How to Make Santa Toast: Cute Christmas Food for Kids

Kids will love eating Santa Toast around Christmas time. It’s fast to make and yummy to eat. We think Santa would even agree. Start Christmas…

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Kids will love eating Santa Toast around Christmas time. It’s fast to make and yummy to eat. We think Santa would even agree.

Start Christmas morning or any day in December with Santa Toast. This delightfully jolly bread doesn’t take long to make and the kids are sure to love it! They can make it on their own or you can surprise them with a holiday snack.

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We made our toast with peanut butter, but you could always use a different bread spread that you like or is allergy friendly like Wowbutter (Soy) or Sunbutter (Sunflower). We have loved ones with allergies so I try to include allergy friendly food alternatives.

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Santa Toast: Cute Christmas Food for Kids

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You can watch our short tutorial video or continue to the directions below. You can also print the directions at the end of this post to make it easy!

Cut the first piece of bread into a circle using your cookie cutter.

To make the hat, cut off the bottom of the second piece of bread with the top of the cookie cutter so that it will fit on Santa’s head. Rip or cut the top of the bread into a hat shape.

Cover Santa’s face with peanut butter or allergy alternative.

Cover Santa’s hat with red frosting.

Place a marshmallow on the top of Santa’s hat and along the bottom.

Place the Red Pearl Sprinkle on the middle of Santa’s nose.

Cover Santa’s chin with shredded coconut pieces.

Use the black frosting to draw eyes and a mouth. At this point Santa looks pretty yummy and is ready to serve. Have a Merry Christmas!

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Santa Toast: Cute Christmas Food for Kids

Kids will love eating Santa Toast around Christmas time. It's fast to make and yummy to eat. We think Santa would even agree.
Total Time 10 mins

Ingredients
  

Instructions
 

  • Cut the first piece of bread into a circle using your cookie cutter.
    To make the hat, cut off the bottom of the second piece of bread with the top of the cookie cutter so that it will fit on Santa's head. Rip or cut the top of the bread into a hat shape.
    Cover Santa's face with peanut butter or allergy alternative.
    Cover Santa's hat with red frosting.
    Place a marshmallow on the top of Santa's hat and along the bottom.
    Place the Red Pearl Sprinkle on the middle of Santa's nose.
    Cover Santa's chin with shredded coconut pieces.
    Use the black frosting to draw eyes and a mouth. At this point Santa looks pretty yummy and is ready to serve. Have a Merry Christmas!
Keyword Christmas, Food

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