Looking for a fun and easy way to brighten someone’s day?

Or just want to make some snacks for your family?

Make one (or both!) of these Reindeer Noses snacks for your family and neighbors today.

Both of these reindeer noses treats “recipes” are super easy to make. If your child can read the instructions, they’ll be able to make these reindeer noses.

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Reindeer Noses Neighbor Gift

For each neighbor gift, you’ll need:

  • 1 cherry sour candy
  • 8 Whopper candies
  • 1 sandwich sized zipper baggie
  • 1 printable Reindeer Noses topper

Place the cherry sour (Rudolph’s nose) along with the Whopper candies (the other reindeer noses) in the zipper top baggie. Cut out the printable topper and fold in half. Staple it onto the top of the baggie.

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Keep scrolling for a second type of Reindeer Noses Treat!

Rudolph Noses Pretzel Bites

These cute treats are so easy to make! They only take 3 ingredients and you can even make them gluten-free if you use gluten-free pretzels!

Ingredients Needed for Rudolph Noses Pretzel Bites

  • 8 oz bag of traditional shaped pretzels
  • 7.6 bag of Rolos candy
  • 10 oz. bag of M&M’s
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper or aluminum foil.
  2. Lay pretzels out in a single layer on cookie sheet.
  3. Unwrap the rolo candies, if they aren’t already.
  4. Put a rolo candy on each pretzel.
  5. Bake for 2 or 3 minutes; just until the rolo begins to melt.
  6. Remove from oven. Top each rolo with a red m&m candy.
  7. Let cool before eating so you don’t burn your tongue.
  8. Store in an airtight container.

Adult supervision is required for the baking/oven part.

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Extend Your Reindeer Fun

reindeer unit study

Learn the history of reindeer and the Saami in the Arctic, write a fictional story about a pet reindeer, make reindeer treats for neighbors, and read the REAL Rudolph story and more in the family-style unit study for homeschoolers.

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