12 Days of Christmas: 9 Reindeer Recipes – KLTV

TYLER, Texas (EAST TEXAS WEEKEND) – Santa wouldn’t make it far each Christmas without the help from his favorite pets. So this year, we decided to celebrate Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, Comet, Cupid, Donner, Blitzen and Rudolph. We searched the internet for the most popular Reindeer Recipes and put them together in one place.
Best of all, they’re all easy to make!
We’re kicking it off with this Reindeer Food Snack Mix from Big Bear’s Wife. She says the “Reindeer Food Snack Mix is a festive trail mix with sweet and salty treats mixed together with homemade Reindeer Food bites!”
See the entire recipe here.
See the entire recipe here.
Eggnog is a winter seasonal classic drink, and Eat Move Make stepped it up a notch with their Reindeer Eggnog recipe. If you follow the link, you can find the full recipe for the boozy eggnog, and an alcohol free version.
See full recipe here.
See full recipe here.
These reindeer-inspired cookies are from Taste of Home, and they “the essence of the holidays because there’s a trace of eggnog flavor in these adorable reindeer hoof prints. You can add red and green frosting to make them even more Christmasy or use brown sprinkles for a more natural reindeer look.”
See full recipe here.
See full recipe here.
Aren’t these cupcakes the most adorable holiday cupcakes ever?! We included this recipe because the creator, Skip to my Lou, says they’re the simplest treat to make ever. All you need is cupcakes, frosting, pretzels, icing eyes, a vanilla wafer and m&ms!
See full recipe here.
See full recipe, with picture instructions, here.
These Rolo Pretzel Reindeer are from Princess Pinky Girl and are “are super easy to make (think project with the kids), delicious to eat (sweet and salty) and they make a great DIY holiday gift!
See full recipe here.
See full recipe here.
These cute Kit Kat Reindeer treats from Two Kids and a Coupon are easy to make, only a few ingredients and (almost) too cute to eat. .
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See full recipe here.
We chose this recipe for multiple reasons. First, because they’re adorable. Second, because this is a great thing to make with all of the leftover candy canes you’ll have. This recipe is from Finding Zest.
See full recipe here.
See full recipe here.
These Red-Nosed Reindeer treats are from HyVee and are a holiday spin on popular Rice Krispie treats.
See full recipe here.
See full recipe here.
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