Schools only have a few weeks left before holidays start. Some kids like to give something special to their classmates to finish the year on a high so we’ve come up with some super easy candy cane party favours that can be given out during this time or as a gift to guests that attend a Christmas function.

Candy Cane Party Favours

Candy Canes are an inexpensive candy option at Christmas. Their hook shape can be used to create these gorgeous Chocolate Bark Lolly pops. Simply unwrap two mini candy canes and place them at an angle to create a heart shape. Melt some chocolate and fill the heart enclosure. Add some crushed candy canes to the front and refrigerate. Once hard, wrap in cellophane and hand out to family and friends.

candy cane chocolate hearts party favours
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With some felt and beads, you can create these very cute Candy Cane Mouse.

candy cane mice
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Rudolph Reindeer are easy to create using pipe cleaners, googley eyes and a red pompom for Rudolph’s nose.

Rudolph Candy Canes
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For a simple and elegant party favour, dip the end of your candy canes into milk chocolate and drizzle with white chocolate. Package up in cellophane and you have a sweet little gift.

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How cute are these gingerbread men? Kids will be delighted to receive one of these!

gingerbread candy canes
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Bring the North Pole down under by whipping up these North Pole Cupcakes. A fabulous party food taken to an end of year function, alternatively they can be individually boxed as party favours.

North Pole Cupcakes
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These Rudolph Bookmarks are easy to create, and kids will be delighted to receive these as a party favour at Christmas.

candy cane reindeer
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Do your kids give gifts to their friends at Christmas? Which Candy Cane Party Favour will you make this Christmas?

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