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Run Run Rudolph

Posted on 25 November 2008 by Mădălina


Santa is getting his reindeer geared up for the big day, and Rudolph is leading the pack! This recipe was inspired by some great candy pops by Bakerella :) Ingredients:
  • 12 assorted doughnut holes
  • 12 candy sticks
  • 24 white chocolate chips
  • Mini pretzels
  • Red and Brown M&Ms
  • Black Icing Color
  • 1/2 cup of plain white icing
  • Paint Brush
  1. Take your doughnut holes, and place them on the candy sticks
  2. Poke holes for the eyes, and antlers using a candy stick.
  3. Pipe icing into the holes, and one dab in the centre for the nose
4.  Place two white chocolate chips as the eyes, two broken pretzels as the antlers, and a m&m for the nose.
5.  Using the black icing color, paint on eyes! Voila, you now have your first reindeer.
6.  Make the whole pack:)
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18 Comments For This Post

  1. keyboardcowboy Says:

    These are so cool!

  2. Anonymous Says:

    Oh,sooo cute!
    I will definitely try it with my kids!
    Thank you for being such an inspiration for at this time of the year!

  3. Anonymous Says:

    Wow, very creative!

  4. Anonymous Says:

    ilike
    i gotta say that is pretty cool
    cuz.

  5. jerine Says:

    you’re so creative! :)

  6. Jamie Krause Says:

    Rudolph better run, otherwise he is going to end up in my mouth!

  7. DiamondsSaphire Says:

    Very adorable…I may have to make these for the next school party. What a great idea to share…Thanx

  8. mădălina Says:

    Thanks Everyone:)

  9. Bob O Says:

    Very cool! Thanks for stopping by and leaving the comment. Looks like I’m gonna have to print this up and use it. The kids will love it.

  10. Bridget Says:

    What a great idea with the donut holes! :) So cute!

  11. brian Says:

    so cool. the glazed donut holes make them look like they have been flying in the snow all night long..

  12. ellecupcake Says:

    These are so cute! I love bakerella and these put a very good twist on her cupcake pops! Your blog is very cute! Just searching around and found it :)

  13. Sue Sparks Says:

    That’s a GOOD idea using the donut holes:) Easier, but still cute!

  14. Beate Says:

    That is so cool! Too bad I found it after Christmas. It would be perfect to bring to a Christmas party.

  15. J+S Says:

    Wow, this is adorable. Do you mind if I post this on my blog when it gets closer to Christmas this year? You are amazing!

  16. Kiera Says:

    omg! I am going crazy over these! they are SO going on our christmas brunch menu! Thanks!! (special thanks for the tutorial too!)

    http://frostmeblog.blogspot.com/

  17. Monta Says:

    Great idea to use the doughnut holes…my husband doesn't like cake so I didn't want to do Bakerella's recipe. These will work well. I think I'll dip them in the melted chocolate first though. Yum!

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