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Chocolate Dipped Rudolph Marshmallows

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These Rudolph the marshmallow reindeer are so cute and the perfect accompaniment to your mug of hot cocoa! Make them for friends, neighbors, teachers and yourself!
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     I don’t know about you, I have really been enjoying hot chocolate week!  These cute little Rudolph marshmallows are a perfectly giftable treat to go along with all of the hot chocolate.  They are perfectly snackable too if you just can’t give them away!

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     Any respectable Rudolph needs some antlers.  Just break a mini twist pretzel and stick the broken sides out and you are ready to go.  But what should we use to hold them together?  Chocolate, of course!
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     Next the marshmallows get dipped in chocolate and placed on their antler base.  A red hot nose lets you know who is leading the way this Christmas! 
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     You could certainly use candy eyes, but I just piped on some black royal frosting that I had already made to do Rudolph’s snowman marshmallow counterpart.  
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     In just a few quick and easy steps you are ready to go!  Aren’t they just the cutest?!

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Chocolate Dipped Rudolph Marshmallows

These Rudolph the marshmallow reindeer are so cute and the perfect accompaniment to your mug of hot cocoa! Make them for friends, neighbors, teachers and yourself!

ingredients:

Marshmallows
Milk chocolate
Red Hots
Mini twist pretzels
Black royal icing (or candy eyes)

instructions

  1. Melt you chocolate in a double boiler.
  2. Break pretzels in half and arrange on a baking sheet lined with wax paper.
  3. Use a dab of melted chocolate to hold the pretzel bits together.
  4. Dip a marshmallow in the chocolate and place on the bottom part of the pretzel antlers.
  5. Place a red hot on the front center of the marshmallow for a nose (add eyes now too if you are using candy eyes).
  6. Once chocolate is set, pipe on eyes and allow to dry completely.
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Colleen

Friday 8th of December 2017

How could these not be a Friday Frenzy favorite? They are just so gosh darn cute...I still think I'd feel guilty eating them...at least a little bit!

Carlee

Thursday 14th of December 2017

Thank you! They are definitely cute, but tasty too!

Colleen

Tuesday 5th of December 2017

I would almost feel guilty for eating these cute lil' guys...almost!!!

Carlee

Thursday 7th of December 2017

Ha! I'm sure they don't mind!

Unknown

Saturday 12th of December 2015

This is such a cute idea and who wouldn't love to get these as a gift?! Thanks for sharing at Share The Wealth Sunday and I hope you'll join us for an all new party tonight! xoxo Lisa @ Fun Money Mom

Carlee

Sunday 13th of December 2015

Thank you so much for hosting!