Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Cooking Thursday

The recipe I'm sharing with you today isn't really a recipe, but a cute decorating idea for a fun Christmas food.  It's easy to make and kids love it!  Alaina and Ruby helped me decorate these and were pretty proud of the end project.

Rudolph Brownies

1 brownie mix for a 9x9 pan
pretzel twists
red M&M's
candy eyes
chocolate icing

Prepare brownie mix as directed and bake.  I made mine in a scone pan, but you could also use a pie plate and cut the brownies into 8 triangles.
Place small dots of icing at tip of brownies and place red M&M's into it.
Then place more dots of icing in the middle of the brownie and place candy eyes.
Break pretzel twists in half and poke into the top of the brownies.
Enjoy your reindeer!


Ramblings of a Retired Lady said...

So cute and I know the kiddos love decorating those. Thanks for the idea!

Linda said... that is too cute, Mari. Smiles

Arlene @Nanaland said...

This would be fun to make with Kendall.

Zaankali said...

This is so fun! Do you think you would be willing to loan out your scone pan for a day over Christmas break? I'd love to do this one of the days I watch Emily.

Phoebes World said...

What a simple but fabulous idea. Love it
Phoebe x

Nonnie said...

Those are cute. Where do you find the candy eyes?

Karen said...

How darling.

Terri D said...


Anonymous said...

So cute and easy enough for me!

Sally said...

Oh, I know the greats would love helping make these! Thanks, Mari.


Cherdecor said...

What a cute idea! I can hear the giggles now.

Jenny said...

That's too cute. Audrey loves to make brownies. I'm going to show her this so maybe she can make Rudolph brownies with Dagny! Thanks, Mari! xoxo