Rudolph and Frosty the snowman

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Nicole P.

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

Ingredients

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

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

How to Make Rudolph and Frosty the snowman

Step-by-Step

  1. For 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
  2. For 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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