Turn store bought candy bars into Cute Christmas Treats in a snap. Just add two chocolate pretzel antlers, some candy eyes, and a shiny red nose and you have the sweetest Rudolph Candy Bars to give to friends and family this holiday season.
Earlier this month, when I shared my Chocolate Pretzel Reindeer food craft with you all, someone commented that it would be easier to decorate a break-a-part chocolate bar, like a Kit-Kat bar to look like Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer.
Now, I love my chocolate pretzels crafts, but she was right, a candy bar would be easier.
So, I got myself some chocolate bars and spent mere minutes decorating them.
They are equally as cute, and would make the perfect project to do with your kids at Christmas or a great last minute treat to make for your kid's holiday party.
You only need a few ingredients and a small amount of time to create an entire herd of these adorable chocolate reindeer.
- 12 chocolate covered pretzel twists
- 6 break-apart candy bars
- 1 ounce chocolate or candy melts
- 12 jumbo candy eyes
- 6 large round red candies
- candy melts or Mega candy coated chocolates
When you compare the two chocolate Rudolph treats side by side, you can see the slight differences.
If you like the caramel antlers better than the pretzel antlers, you can use them on the candy bars too.
If you like these Chocolate Reindeer Cupcakes, you might also like these adorable Reindeer treats.
Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer Graham Cracker Pops • Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer Candy Bars
Caramel Reindeer Pops • Brownie Rudolph with Peanut Butter Candy Antlers
Rudolph Looking to the Sky Chocolate Wrappers • Milk Chocolate Rudolph Cupcake Wrappers
Be sure to check out all my fun Christmas Recipes!
- Homemade Chocolate Easter Bunnies - April 3, 2023
- Mini Basketball Cheeseburgers - February 15, 2023
- Snowman Popcorn Bucket - December 24, 2022
Karen @ Sugartown Sweets
You have just made Christmas even merrier! I LOVE your pretzel crafts too, but wow! How easy and cute are these. I had a 6-pack of Kit-Kats in my hand last night and decided not to get them. Now I wish I had. Your Rudolph treats are keee-ute! :o)
Now, you'll need to run back to the store to get those candy bars! I just packaged mine up in cellophane bags to give to the neighbor kids. I hope they like them.
These could possibly be the cutest easiest treats around and with not much time before Christmas, they are perfect!