Christmas cookies are one of the most delicious parts of the holiday season. Whether you enjoy making them or simply eating them, Christmas is not the same without a treat here and there. Christmas cookie baking can be a monumental task when we are left to our own devices or when we are working with little fingers who want to do it all. We’ve found a way for you to make this endeavor fun for your whole family.
Find classes and spaces where you and your kids can use someone else’s kitchen to create holiday treats. Or, if you’d like to bake in the comfort of home, try this easy sugar cookie recipe. Santa will appreciate your efforts!
December 10, 2020: Cookie Decorating | Blaine City Hall
Parent/child cookie decorating. Participants will be given one dozen cookies and all the decorative toppings. Bring a container to take home your cookies, but leave the mess behind. Ages 10 and under with adult. Session 1: 5:30 – 6:15PM; Session 2: 6:30 – 7:15PMRegistration closes December 1st or when full.
December 13, 2020: Teens Cook: Macaron | Cooks of Crocus Hill, Stillwater
Learn the art of the French macaron. Parents, how about having a couple hours to yourself to do a little early Christmas shopping? For ages 12-17. 10am-12:30pm, $65.
Cookies With Santa
Dec 5, 2020: Cookies and Crafts with Santa to Go | Eagle Valley Golf Course, Woodbury
Talk with Santa and take a socially distanced photo. Take-home bag will include a holiday craft, a small bag of cookies and a cookie. Bring your own camera and a smile for Santa. Ages 2+ with an adult. $8/child. Pre-registration required.
November 6. 2020-January 2, 2021: Gingerbread Wonderland | Norway House, Minneapolis
Norway House’s annual signature holiday tradition Gingerbread Wonderland returns to the Gallery at Norway House for its 5th anniversary. $5/kids; $10/adults (limited entry, please pre-register)(Also available virtually). Note: In light of the governor’s recent guidelines, in-person visits are temporarily suspended. Norway House hopes to reopen December 6th.