Friday, December 13, 2013

Easy Rudolph Brownie Cookies


We signed up to created almost 100 cookies that will be handed out to kids in need at my church tomorrow. We wanted to come up with a fun idea that my boys could create all by themselves.  These Rudolph Brownie Cookies turned out to be the perfect cookie for them to make & I am so proud of them for all the hard work they put into making these!  It's so important to me to have my boys give back to others on Christmas & it was wonderful to watch them have fun making these last night.  

Our church will have over 10,000 families in need walk through the doors to receive food, presents, treats, & so much more!  We are so excited to be a part of it!  We get to be elves tomorrow & hand out gifts...it will be so much fun!

These cookies are perfect for the kids to make themselves & would also be great for class parties at school. You can make a ton of them in no time & we think they turned out super cute!

Easy Rudolph Brownie Cookies
(3 dozen)

Pillsbury Brownie Mix
2 Eggs
1/2 Cup Vegetable Oil
1/4 Cup Water
1/4 Cup Flour
Mini Pretzel Twists (we like Snyder's)
Mini Marshmallows
Mini Chocolate Chips
Red M&M's
Chocolate Cookie Icing (Betty Crocker)

Heat the oven to 350. Mix the brownie mix, flour, eggs, water, & oil together.  Spray a cookie sheet with non stick spray.  Spoon out the mix onto the pan using a Tablespoon.  Press in the mini pretzel twists in the top & add the red M&M on the bottom. Bake for 8 minutes.  

Then the boys cut mini marshmallows in half. They attached them on using the chocolate cookie icing & did the same using the mini chocolate chips for the pupils.


Here are my boys creating their fun Rudolph Cookies....


Here are all of our Rudolph Brownie Cookies packed up & ready to go!


Good job boys..you did a fantastic job!!

You can check out all of our other fun food Christmas creations HERE!

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5 comments:

  1. Thank you for another amazing idea! I was just wondering if I should get our neighbors a little something and this helps to seal the deal. These will be perfect!

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  2. Great share and great job love the little ones in the kitchen a must share :) looks yummy!

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  3. Your boys will be heroes to all of the kids who receive their cookies. They did such a wonderful job. Their cookies are so cute.

    Beth @ Hungry Happenings

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  4. Hi there - I tried this and it didn't work at all. The batter was too thin. What size brownie mix did you use? I used an 18.3 oz sized box. I'm guessing it was too big?

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    1. I am so sorry this didn't work for you! I used Pillsbury brownie mix 19.5 oz. I didn't see a lot of other sizes with their mixes, but will add this to the post. The batter should be thick.

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