One of my favorite things to do around this time of year is to bake and make special treats for my kiddos. This past week I knew I was going to be out for the evening so I wanted to surprise the girls with a treat while I was gone. I had just a few minutes to whip something up and had no plan of what to make but when I came across these adorable Reindeer Ho Ho Ho’s from Imperial Sugar I knew they would be perfect!
Any treat that requires ZERO baking and just a couple of ingredients is always a hit for me! These little cuties only took me about 5 minutes to make. They were so easy, I definitely see the girls helping me create a few more to take and share with friends and family this Christmas season.
Here is all you need….
- Ho Ho® snacks
- 2 mini candy canes per reindeer
- 1 Red Hot® candy per reindeer
- 2 blue M&M® candies per reindeer
- Royal Icing (or can use store-bought)
- Make Royal Icing according to the recipe. Set aside.
- Attach mini candy canes for antlers by pushing them into the top of the Ho Ho.
- Adhere a Red Hot candy for a nose and two blue M&M’s for eyes with Royal Icing.
I told you it was easy! I have just loved all of the inspiration from Imperial Sugar over the last few holidays. They do such a great job creating recipes and crafts that the whole family can enjoy.
We are excited to share with you that they are about to launch a brand new cookbook for kids! The all-new 2015 edition of their My First Cookbook will be here before you know it and even better, Imperial Sugar is doing a GIVEAWAY!
From December 15-19th they are giving away 500 cookbooks to Imperial fans! The cookbook will come in a 3-ring binder for durability (super awesome for kids) and your kiddos will receive updates in the mail over time with new recipes and ideas. Check back to the Imperial Sugar contest page for details!
I am thinking I may just have to get a cookbook for Eden this year so she can start spending a little more time with me in the kitchen!
*Although this post was sponsored by Imperial Sugar all thoughts and opinions are our own!
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