Rolo Rudolph


Oh Ladies!! You are going to LOVE this one! My friend crafty friend Katina is at it again…today she shares with us how to make this adorable (and edible!) Rudolph. I am buying the ingredients over the weekend to take and make at a craft station at my son’s Christmas party at school…the second graders are going to get the biggest kick out of it!

THANK YOU SO MUCH KATINA! Super cute!


Squirt vanilla icing in between two chocolate sugar wafers

Place 4 toothpicks into the sugar wafers for the legs and cut a tootsie roll into four pieces and place on the ends of the toothpicks to serve as “hooves”

Use a toothpick and make two holes on the side of a Rolo for the pretzels to go in

Break apart a pretzel to make the antlers and the tail.

Place the pretzels in the holes for the antlers and use the icing to dab three dots on the bottom of the Rolo for a face.

Use a red cinnamon decor for Rudolph’s nose (hehe..this is so cute!)

Gently squeeze the black gel icing to finish the eyes.

Use the white icing to secure the tail and head.

Heeeeere’s Rudolph!!!!!

Rolo Rudolph
 
Recipe type: Kids desserts
Serves: 1
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Ingredients
  • Chocolate sugar wafers
  • Vanilla icing
  • Toothpicks
  • Tootsie Rolls
  • Rolos
  • Pretzels
  • Red cinnamon Decors
  • Black gel icing
Instructions
  1. Squirt vanilla icing between two chocolate sugar wafers
  2. Place four toothpicks into the sugar wafers for legs
  3. Cut a tootsie roll into four pieces and place on the ends of the toothpicks for the hooves
  4. Use a toothpick and make two holes on the side of a Rolo for the pretzels to go into
  5. Break apart a pretzel to make the antlers and a tail
  6. Place the pretzels in teh holes for the antlers and use the icing to dab three circles on the bottom of the Rolo
  7. Use a red cinnamon decor for Rudolph’s nose
  8. Gently squeeze the black gel icing into finish the eyes
  9. Use the white icing to secure the tail and the head

 

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Comments

  1. a-dor-a-ble! I love visiting your blog and finding such cute things here. Thanks…again… for sharing.

  2. Oh that Katina – she is just SO crafty! I love this – so much TLC involved…if I made this I don’t think I’d let anyone eat it lol!!! Adorable!
    Courtney

  3. You’re so creative. Those are adorable!

  4. Great job katina!!!! ADorable!!! Can I send my kids to your house?!! hehehe…just joking, of course!

  5. How cute! This is my first visit to your blog and Rudolf convinced me to spend some time browsing through your earlier posts. I’m so glad I did that. You’ve created a great spot for your readers to visit and I really enjoyed the time I spent here. I’ll definitely be back. I hope you have a great day. Blessings…Mary

  6. Thank you so much ladies!! It’s so simple and fun:) I’ll also be having my son’s class make these for their Christmas party next week! :)

  7. ivy mcdevitt says:

    i think that the rudaph idea is really cool i am going to use it for a school project

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