No-Bake Reindeer Cookie

Posted by on October 2, 2012 in Christmas, Crafts, Holidays, Recipes | 13 comments

No-Bake Reindeer Cookie

Easiest no-bake cookie for kids to decorate!

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You will need:

Graham Crackers

Serrated Knife

Red M&M, cherry chip, or red-hot (nose)

Chocolate Chips or M&M’s (eyes)

Pretzels (antlers)

Frosting (vanilla or chocolate)  or Nutella

Cut a graham cracker diagonally with a serrated knife using very light pressure. Use broken pieces for a graham cracker crust later.

No-Bake Reindeer Cookie  grandparentspluscom

No-bake Reindeer Cookie  grandparentsplus.com

Let them choose which frosting they like better. Mix a little peanut butter into the Nutella, if you wish!

No-bake Reindeer Cookie  grandparentsplus.com

Let them decorate! Using the back of a spoon made it easier for kids to spread the frosting.

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YUM!

I found reindeer antlers at the Dollar Tree and they wore them while decorating Rudolph. I also applied a little red acrylic paint on their noses after they ate their cookie! They thought it was so fun! Makes for a cute picture.

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Is it my imagination or are the graham crackers getting smaller?

Have fun and make memories!

Phyllis

 

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13 Comments

  1. It looks like the kids had fun making these…they look pretty yummy! The kids are adorable too! Thanks for sharing with us at Share The Wealth Sunday!
    xoxo
    Lisa

    • Who wouldn’t like graham crackers and Nutella or any frosting!

  2. I would love to do this with my granddaughter!

    • It sure is easy and kids have fun doing it!

  3. Aww these look great 🙂

    Thanks for sharing #CreativeMondays

  4. I look forward to Christmas cookie time with my kids when they were little. It was so much fun and they loved creating masterpieces. Thank you for sharing and linking up to Scraptastic Saturdays. This post has been shared via Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. Have a wonderful week.

    • Thanks so much for sharing!

  5. Cute! I am always looking for ideas like this for my kindergarten class.

    • This is an easy one!

  6. This is really a cute idea.

    • Thanks! It’s one that kids can do themselves!

  7. This looks like a great seasonal activity to get the kids excited for Christmas. Popping in from Creative Mondays.

    • It’s an easy one for a snack!

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