Rudolph and Frosty the snowman

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Nicole P.

By
@froggeh

Below are the food ingredients i used to make Rudolph and Frosty, you can chose the same or use other ingredient ideas, the possibilities are endless!!!

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Serves:
as many as you want!
Method:
No-Cook or Other

Ingredients

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for rudolph the red nose reindeer
chocolate mini donuts
pretzels
gel (icing) tube
m&m

FROSTY THE SNOWMAN

mini powdered donuts
black food gel (or food pen)
jelly beans (orange for nose, and other colors for buttons)
wooden skewers

How to Make Rudolph and Frosty the snowman

Step-by-Step

  • 1For Rudolph the red nose reindeer:

    Insert broken pretzel sticks as antlers in a mini chocolate donut, dot with white gel icing for eyes and I placed a red M&M (peanut) as the nose :D
  • 2For Frosty the Snowman:
    Step 1: Skewer your donuts carefully (mom/dad can do this for the kiddies!)
    Step 2: Insert jelly beans in the donut hole as buttons
    Step 3: Using black gel (or food pen) dot eyes and mouth
    Step 4: Add a scarf with red gummy rope (fruit roll ups)

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About Rudolph and Frosty the snowman

Main Ingredient: Sugar
Regional Style: Canadian
Other Tags: Quick & Easy, For Kids




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