Marshmallow Reindeer

They are ALMOST too cute to eat!! 
As mentioned yesterday there has been a lot of holiday baking around here.
And if I’m honest with you, and quite frankly. I pretty much am…
I’ve gotten quite the tummy ache due to my sweet intake.
This girl has got to put on the breaks!!
BUT, not before I share these fabulous Marshmallow Reindeer!
What you need:
Large Marshmallows | Chocolate Candy Melts | Red M&Ms | Candy eyes | Mini Pretzels | Lollipop Sticks
1
Melt your candy melts 
(30 seconds at a time, trust me on this one!!)
2
Insert the lollipop stick into the curved part of the marshmallow.
3
Coat in chocolate, rotate to allow excess chocolate to drip off. 
Wait about 1 minute to allow firming to begin.
4
Attach red M&M on the front flat side for the nose.
And two candy eyes on top.
5
Lay out two pretzels side by side and place the finished almost completed reindeer on top.
6
Let dry & snap LOTS of photos :o)
7
Enjoy.
Sharing with Santa, our elf Merry, and these fabulous parties!
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Comments

  1. So cute, do these keep at room temp if you make them a day or ahead??

  2. So cute! Where did you find the eyes?

  3. These are so cute!!! I pinned it so I could make them next Christmas!!

  4. Featuring YOU tomorrow on my blog. Thank you so much for sharing at my {wow me} wednesday party last week. Have a very Merry Christmas!

    Ginger @ gingersnapcrafts.com

  5. This is really cool! Thanks so much for sharing – I am definitely going to try and do this!
    Lowri
    http://papervinenz.blogspot.com

  6. Aww, super adorable.. I LOVE it.. So pretty and creative,,.. I would LOVE for you to Please stop in and share/link via my Pin Inspirational Party happening today : )) *SOO pin Worthy!!* THANK YOU.. Wishing you an amazing rest of the week.. ~ Marilyn http://theartsygirlconnection.blogspot.com/2011/12/hello-artsy-friends-stopping-in-today.html

  7. I am so glad that you shared these. They got me out of a “mom I need you to make 40 treats b tomorrow” jam tonight. I featured them on my blog today.

  8. Ok, those are too cute, may have to try these before the holidays are over.

  9. Had to smile when I saw the thumbnail at the linky party of your cute deer- and I wasn't disappointed when I stopped by– these are flaming ADORABLE!! VERY NICE JOB!

    Visiting from Crafty, Scrappy, Happy linky party,
    Smiles and thanks for sharing,
    ~Suzanne in NW IL

  10. I love this idea -I need to figure out how else to do the eyes though. We make marshmallow and pretzel dreidels so we need to do these too!

  11. I'm over visiting from the Handy Man, Crafty Woman link party. I love these reindeer pops. I am going to try them with my kids :)
    ~Kara (your newest follower :)
    http://www.petalstopicots.com

  12. Oh my gosh these are the cutest! Love your blog! xo

  13. These are so cute!!! stopping by from Wow me Wednesday :)

    ~MiaB
    http://www.mamamiasheart2heart.com

  14. These are super cute too!! Can't get over how super crafty you are! :)

  15. Very cute!!! These would be a hit at any party! Love your blog!

  16. these are super cute!! new visitor :)

  17. These are adorable I hope you don't mind but I just had to pin these to remember for next year. We did reindeer noses this year but this is on the must make list for all the school kiddies next year. ss

  18. Ack,..these are so flippin' cute. I might have to make these for the kids for Christmas dinner. Sooooo cute.

  19. Oh man, that looks easy enough for me to do!!!
    Thank you for sharing!!! Maybe tonight, my daughter has a free night!

  20. These are brilliant! I'm almost afraid to make them because I would eat them all!

  21. Love this idea! I love making pops with Marshmallows and Oreos because they're no-bake and inexpensive!

  22. These are SO adorable!

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