Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Candy Treats!

  When I say Christmas is my favorite holiday, I mean that I listen to Christmas music and watch Christmas movies year-round.

Aaannd, as soon as my August birthday has passed, I'm ready for the merriest season of all!

Speaking of merry, Rudolph the Red-Nosed reindeer song has been around since 1949, but the movie was released the year I was born!

I can still remember watching it on our old, tin-foiled rabbit eared, tv set while Mama and Daddy made Jiffy Pop popcorn and me and my siblings were snuggled up in our flannel PJ's. Oh the memories! *sigh*

There will always be a warm place in my heart for Rudolph!
I hope my sweet candy version will melt yours.

**Remember to remove dragees before eating treats**
 To build our Rudolph, we will be using:
Mounds-snack size
Kit Kats-snack size
Mini pretzels-chocolate covered
Cherry sour balls
Candy eyes
Chocolate candy melts (or chocolate chips)
Jelly Belly Beans-black
Using a sharp knife, cut pretzels and Mounds bars in half.

Roll out fondant and using a fondant cutter (or knife), cut out a scarf. Use the tip end of knife to cut the fringe for the scarf. 
Melt chocolate. Dip just the cut ends of Mounds and the tips of pretzels into melted candy. Gently press into the candy bar and hold for a few seconds.

Attach candy eyes and cherry noses..hehe cherry noses..with melted chocolate.
Time to mount the deer heads.

Hey! Nobody here thinks that's funny!
Attach deer feet (jelly beans) and scarves with the melted candy.

Ohhh! Such an en"deer"ing little face!
Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer, 
Had a very shiny nose,
And if you ever saw it, 
You would even say it glows...
 You'll go down in history!
Thanks for dropping by Sugartown Sweets!

And since we're only halfway through November, I'll just say..
Have a sweet Thanksgiving! Karen


  1. Oh, I love these and your en"deer"ing comments! What a fun treat to serve at Christmas get togethers, school parties... Happy Thanksgiving! Cyndie Underwood

    1. Thank you Cyndie!! And a very Happy Thanksgiving to you too! :o)

  2. and if anyone ever saw it, you would even say it rules...well that is my version of rudolph when talking about these cuties! you should go down in history for making these Karen :>D!