6 Homemade Christmas Treats for Caroling

Celebrate the Christmas season by bringing these homemade Christmas treats to your neighbors as a gift while you go Christmas caroling! These delicious Christmas treats recipes for caramels, Christmas cookies, fudge, and more are the perfect homemade Christmas presents!

Hey, y’all, Tiffany here.

One of my favorite Christmas traditions (along with many others) that I grew up with was going Christmas caroling to our neighbors.  We would always bring a plate of goodies along with us.

Now, when I celebrate Christmas with my own family, we spread out Christmas gifts and celebrations over the course of several days.  We try to keep Christ in Christmas all during December with our scripture study and also by doing service for others, including spreading Christmas cheer with caroling and goodies.

Homemade Christmas Treats

These homemade Christmas treats are recipes that have been passed down in my family.  The fudge, caramels, and turtles all come from my great-grandmother!  I still make them every year with my own family, especially when we have a Christmas party and I want to stay in my Christmas budget. I hope you love them as much as we do!

These treats go perfectly with these Non-Alcoholic Drinks for Christmas.

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Have fun caroling!

Take your treats and hand them out while you go caroling!  Then come home and the night with this delicious hot chocolate that you can make beforehand in a crockpot to be hot and ready when you get back.

You could also incorporate these 12 days of Christmas gifts as a fun surprise for your neighbors!

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