Fay's StoryThese are So cute for a Christmas cookie tray or as a gift and they taste good too! I saw these posted on Facebook by a friend and just had to make them. I made the Nutter Butter Santas following Kim Blegacki's JAP recipe so my picture shows both the Santa's I made following Kim's recipe and the Reindeer. I hope you enjoy making them as much as I did!
one package nutter butter cookies
chocolate almond bark
red hot candies (or can use red cookie icing)
candy eyes (or can use white and black cookie icing)
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1Melt the chocolate almond bark in a double boiler or microwave.
2Dip each cookie into the melted almond bark. Do one at a time tapping cookie to get the excess almond bark to drip off. Put onto a wax paper lined cookie sheet.
3After dipping a few cookies at a time put broken pretzels on the top of the dipped cookies to resemble antlers. Next put two candy eyes not quite halfway down in the cookie. Finally put a Red Hot candy at the bottom of the cookie for the nose. Continue dipping and decorating the cookies. You can make a few at a time or make an entire package. I bought my candy eyes at Walmart and had just enough candy eyes in each package to decorate an entire package of cookies. I did half a package of Reindeer and the other half I made Santa's.
4As I posted in the ingredients, you can make eyes and the nose using cookie icing. I have a lot of Christmas goodies to make so it was just easier for me to use the already made ones.
About this Recipe
Fay LaFrage jfay - Dec 20, 2011
Sorry for describing a picture that Isnt posted! I can't figure out how to post a picture on JAP on an iPad2. If someone can give me the directions on how to do it, I will include the picture.
Shannon Morrison Brattyshay - Dec 28, 2011
i did these in white choc and made snowmen yummy either way they are good