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We found something fun to do with delicious food so we wanted to give it for you! Cheers!
Looking for a great treat to make for the kids over the break?
I’ve found a great one for you – Reindeer Brownies. Everyone will be able to help with these, whether making the brownies or sticking the candy eyes on top. They’re easy, fun and a great way to make something together.
I made these for a pot luck and the adults like them just as much as the kids.
If you have a round pan to make them in, that’s perfect, but don’t worry if you don’t – just use a 9×9 and cut them into wedges – they look the same when you put antlers and eyes on them!
Have fun together with this one – and email me with your pictures of how they turned out!
Festive Reindeer Brownies
What you’ll need:
Brownies – box mix or homemade
Red & Green Candies for noses
Pretzel Twists for antlers
1 tablespoon chocolate chips, melted
What to do:
Make your brownies according to the package directions or from your favourite homemade recipe. While they bake, break the pretzel twists down the middles to make antlers and get your red and green candies (I used M&M’s) ready for the noses.
Let the brownies cool fully before cutting into triangles.
Melt your chocolate chips in a small dish and use a toothpick to put a little chocolate on the backs of your eyes and noses and stick them onto the brownie wedges.
For the antlers, you can either use the chocolate to stick the pretzels down or skip that step and just poke the pretzels right into the brownies.
Have Fun – Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
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