Rolo Pretzel Reindeer

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Rolo Pretzel Reindeer – these tasty treats are perfect for the holiday season and so easy to make!

I have such a cute and fun treat to share with you today! These Rolo pretzel reindeer are adorable, fun, and festive, and perfect for the holiday season!

Rolo Pretzel Reindeer - these tasty treats are perfect for the holiday season and so easy to make!

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They’re quick and easy to make, with just four ingredients, and so simple the kids can help too. You’ll start with a bag of Rolo candies, some small pretzels, red candy noses, and candy eyes. My girls love any excuse to bake with candy eyes, so they were pretty thrilled to make these reindeer!

Rolo Pretzel Reindeer - these tasty treats are perfect for the holiday season and so easy to make!

The concept is pretty simple, but the end result is so cute! For sure, the trickiest part is cutting the pretzels in half for the antlers. I found it worked best to just be gentle and use a sharp knife. We still had a few pretzel casualties, but my four year old was happy to take care of those for me. :)

Rolo Pretzel Reindeer - these tasty treats are perfect for the holiday season and so easy to make!

After a few minutes in the oven, we were ready to assemble our reindeer. I did all of the assembling since the pan was still very warm from the oven. I found that it worked best to add the eyes, then the nose, then the antlers. It’s important to work fast so the chocolate doesn’t have time to firm up before you’ve finished decorating all your cute reindeer.

Rolo Pretzel Reindeer - these tasty treats are perfect for the holiday season and so easy to make!

And voila! Adorable reindeer treats that are perfect for sharing with friends this holiday season! I love that each bite is such a tasty combination of chewy caramel and crunchy pretzel. These Rolo pretzel reindeer are as delicious as they are cute!

Rolo Pretzel Reindeer - these tasty treats are perfect for the holiday season and so easy to make!

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Rolo Pretzel Reindeer

Ingredients:

  • 40 small pretzels, divided
  • 20 ROLO’S
  • 40 candy eyes
  • 20 small round red candies (any variety)

Directions:

Preheat the oven to 250. Place 20 of the pretzels on a baking sheet lined with parchment or foil and top each pretzel with a Rolo candy.

Carefully cut the remaining pretzels in half to form antlers.

Place the baking sheet with the pretzels and Rolos in the oven and bake 3 minutes, or until the candies are softened.

Remove the baking sheet from the oven and add eyes, nose, and antlers to each reindeer. Work quickly before the chocolate cools and hardens.

Allow the reindeer to cool completely before serving.

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Rolo Pretzel Reindeer - these tasty treats are perfect for the holiday season and so easy to make!

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14 comments on “Rolo Pretzel Reindeer”

  1. These are darling! Would you share what kind of “red” candy you used for the nose and for the candy eyes is there a certain size for them? I know they come in different sizes! Thank you so much! Elizabeth

    • For ease, I would pick out some red candy coated chocolates from a standard bag of mixed-colored candies. I’ve also bought the packs of color coated candies and eyes from craft stores. :)

  2. These are so cute – I know my granddaughter would love ’em! Thanks for sharing. I have already passed this on to several of my friends!

  3. Where does one get candy eyes?

  4. So cute! What is your trick to cutting the pretzels in half without them breaking!  Thanks! 

  5. Making these for my grandaughter’s Christmas party.

  6. I made these last night. Silly me used red hots for the nose and my 3 year old grandchild’s eyes nearly popped out with the spice. It will be M&M or skittles next time. The pretzel antlers, well that was fun. lol Thank you so much for this cute idea. 

  7. Hi. How long would these last in cellophane bags once made?

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