I love Christmas time ! All the bright colors, glitter and stars everywhere,,, and most definitely the food and especially the sweet treats !
I can just carry on … (also not forgetting why we celebrate this wonderful day as well)
These Quick Reindeer Treats are exactly as it says, quick ! Once you have all your supplies on hand, you can whip up loads of these in no time at all.
What you need to make Reindeer Treats :
This Toblerone was just asking to be used in a cute treat, don’t you think ? And it is one of my favorite chocolate treats as well, not too much nuts, and also not too much nougat .. just right.
No melting chocolate and forming triangles, it’s all done – just cut away. Best of all, the kiddies can make their own treats for friends or family,,, you might just want to use the knife yourself and let them work with the already cut triangles – promise they will have loads of fun (I did ! )
Now, really, if this is not one of the easiest and cutest treats, I don’t know what is .. Oh, and I love those teeny, tiny pom-poms with the bit of glitter !
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Quick Reindeer Treats
Quick Reindeer Treats
Quick Reindeer Treats took me less than 3 minutes to make one of these cute Treats – perfect for classmates, stocking fillers etc
- 200 g ( 7 oz ) Toblerone Chocolate tube (15 triangles)
- 15 Plastic Bags
- 30 Googly Eyes
- 15 Mini Red Pom-Poms
- Glue or Glue Dots
- Sharp knife
- Use a sharp knife to cut the Toblerone into triangles
- I used one Plastic Bag, cut in half, and used the 2 bottom closed corners – stick a Toblerone triangle into each corner (which forms a triangle)
- Tie with ribbon and cut away any excess plastic
- Use a non-toxic, not too strong, glue (or tiny Glue dots) and adhere the Googly Eyes and Pop-Poms into place
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Monday 28th of November 2016
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Tuesday 25th of November 2014
That is a fabulous idea, I think Elizabeth and I are going to make these for her class rather than christmas cards this year! pinned
Sunday 23rd of November 2014
These are awesome and so easy to make. How cute are they!!
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Thursday 20th of November 2014
How adorable - and (with a little help) the kids can make these for gifts! Thanks for stopping by our Happy Holidays Link Party - be sure to join us again this week (beginning on Saturday at 7 pm ET) and every week through the holidays.
Wednesday 19th of November 2014
These are so cute! And easy! Love it.