6511902753:Yahoo:photoWe’re excited to bring you another great article from LilSugar, a fantastic source for mamas who want advice and news about everything from packing healthy lunches to mastering the art of stroller chic. This week, we’re featuring their 10 Sweet Treats Kids Can Leave Out For Santa.

Santa won’t be leaving any crumbs on Christmas morning! Skip the traditional cookies and tempt St. Nick’s sweet tooth with a few pieces of eye candy. Paired with a stylish jug of milk, offerings from reindeer cake pops to handmade peppermint marshmallows are the perfect midnight snack!


Snowman Cake Pops

These sparkly creatures are sure to catch Kris Kringle’s eye when he’s dropping off your lil one’s loot! Made of mouthwatering flavors from red velvet to cherry chip, these snowman cake pops ($30 for 10) pack a sugary punch!

Reindeer Pretzels

Serve up some sweet and savory chocolate covered reindeer pretzels ($26 for 20) that St. Nick can pocket and nosh on as he flies through the sky!

Handmade Lollipops

Send Santa on a trip down memory lane by setting out a hand pulled sucker! The red and white swirled creations ($21 for 12) will have him feeling like a kid on Christmas!


Reindeer Cake Pops!

Santa may have Rudolph, Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, Comet, Cupid, Donner, and Blitzen, but all he needs to get through a long night is one delicious icing filled bite of an adorable cake pop ($29 for one dozen).

Chocolate Message

It’s a message in a box! Ask the kiddos to compose an edible thought to St. Nick by ordering a custom chocolate sentiment ($12 for 24 letters).

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Christmas Light Lollipops

These lights won’t get tangled on the tree or in St. Nick’s teeth because they are made from chocolate! The colorful confections ($36 for 24 bulbs) are a festive way to thank the jolly fellow for the presents.

Reindeer Cocoa Cones

The big guy can take these to go! Santa will appreciate the sweet packaging of these reindeer cocoa cones ($22 for 8) that he can toss in his sleigh and enjoy with the Mrs. when he gets home.

Peppermint Marshmallows

These over-sized red and white treats look almost too good to eat! Santa can snack on the peppermint marshmallows ($12 for 16) as they are or dunk them into a mug of piping hot chocolate!

6512100969:Yahoo:photoDesigner Chocolate Covered Cookies

An upscale spin on a the old Oreo, these gingerbread and candy cane dipped confections ($18 for 12) will complement the rest of your holiday decor!

Marshmallow Snowmen

Frosty doesn’t melt when he’s made of marshmallows and drenched in chocolate! These decadent snowmen ($10 for 5) will keep Kris Kringle on his feet.

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