Peanut Butter Rudolph Christmas Cookies

Written by dad - 3 Comments

Here’s a quick idea for some holiday baking fun…

I awoke the other day to my wife in the kitchen making these:

You can either use store bought cookie dough, or you can whip up a batch peanut butter cookies yourself. You’ll also need mini-pretzels, chocolate chips, and red M&Ms.

Step 1: Shape the dough into reindeer head-shaped triangles like these:

Step 2: Insert the pretzels and bake.

Step 3: Insert chocolate chips (eyes) and red M&Ms (nose) into the warm cookies.

Step 4: Eat them.

That’s it. As our five year old would say, “Easy-peesy, lemon squeezy!”

Published on December 21st, 2007 - 3 Comments
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Comments (scroll down to add your own):

  1. Cool cookies!! I’ll have to try them. The boys loved the peanut butter cookies we made. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

    Comment by vw bug — Dec 28th 2007 @ 12:46 pm
  2. Too cute!

    Comment by Stephanie — Jan 1st 2008 @ 2:14 pm
  3. I just sent this recipe to my wife and she loves it. She plans to make for the kids this weekend.

    Thanks!

    Comment by JW Thornhill — Jan 4th 2008 @ 3:33 pm

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