Sunday, December 4, 2011

Rudolph the Red Nose S'mores Pop!


I think it's pretty obvious at this point that S'mores Pops are my boys favorite. They always ask for them so we try to think up new ways to make them fun. We decided to make these Rudolph S'mores Pops last week and we loved how cute they turned out to be!

We used graham crackers, jumbo marshmallows, chocolate cookie frosting, red candies, edible eyes, pretzels, and lollipops sticks.

We broke the long graham crackers in half. We cut out 2 different size circles with round cookie cutters. We had no problem at all with any of it breaking. Save the scraps to make the ears. Cut a jumbo marshmallow in half. Poke the stick through the marshmallow half. Squeeze chocolate cookie frosting on one side of the marshmallow. Press it down on one of the cut out circle graham crackers. Squeeze the cookie frosting on the top side of the marshmallow and press the other graham cracker round on top of that. Let it dry.

We cut out the ears from the edges of the graham cracker scraps. Attach them with the cookie frosting on the back side of the top round graham cracker. We broke our large pretzels to look like antlers. Attach them with cookie frosting on the back side of the round graham cracker.

Attach the smaller circle graham cracker cut out on top of the larger round cut out to make the nose with cookie frosting. Let that dry. Attach a red candy on top for the red nose. Attach the edible eyes with cookie frosting.

Here is a side view...


These Reindeer S'more Cookies were so fun and easy to make! I am sure kids would love these for a class party at school. Here are my happy little boys with their Reindeer Pops...


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22 comments:

  1. They are very cute! You are so clever with these!

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  2. Your site just gets cuter and cuter every time I visit. Have a wonderful Holiday season!

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  3. adorable! i was just thinking how cute all the reindeer stuff is this year!

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  4. What do you mean by "cookie frosting"? The kind you use on sugar cookies?

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  5. So totally cool.... AGAIN! Love these!

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  6. Thanks everyone! Tara...it's in a tube and it says cookie frosting made by Betty Crocker. I just love that stuff!

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  8. Very cute! We just tried to make these but the Graham cracker just crumbles or gets stuck in the cookie cutter. Do you have any tips for that?

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  9. Thanks! Mine just popped right through. Are you using a plastic one? Maybe that is the problem?

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  10. These are absolutely ADORABLE!! Would love for you to link up @ Find Your Craft Friday over on my blog... Have a great Friday!

    Emily @ BabyBerry
    http://weinzapfelbabyberry.blogspot.com/

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  11. I tried both plastic and metal and it happened with both. I'll try to find a new metal cookie cutter with sharper edges and hopefully it works. I wasn't sure if you had run into this problem, so I thought I'd ask! Thank you!

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  12. Another darling creation~love 'em!

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  13. I love your cake pops… and they would make a great addition to our party!

    We are having hosting 12 days of Christmas Goodies, and today is CAKE BALLS or CAKE POP recipes! We would love for you to come by and link-this up!

    http://momscrazycooking.blogspot.com/2011/12/12-days-of-christmas-goodies-day-8-red.html

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  14. Adorable and creative! Love those smore pops! Would you please share this with my readers for Fun Stuff Fridays linky party? http://www.toysinthedryer.com/2011/12/fun-stuff-fridays-3.html

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  15. so cute!!!

    would love it if you could share this on my link party Serenity Saturday at www.serenityyou.blogspot.com

    Natasha xx

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  16. Hi, these are so cute! I was wondering, where did you get the different size circle cookie cutters? I want to make these for my daughters party but it's on Thursday...I'm hoping I can find everything at Wal-Mart? Thank you!
    Lisa

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  17. Thanks! I got mine at World Market, but I am sure that Michaels, Joanns, or maybe Walmart has them. Just make sure they are metal and not plastic for cutting the graham crackers.

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  18. Thanks for linking up to Serenity Saturday, hop to see you again this Saturday
    www.serenityyou.blogspot.com

    Natasha xx

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