Reese's Cup Rudolph Treats
Decorate Reese's Cups using candy antlers, eyes, noses, and scarves so they look like adorably cute Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer.
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Beth Jackson Klosterboer
Miniature Reese's Cups
melted and tempered pure chocolate or melted Light Cocoa Candy Melts
(1/4 inch or 3/8 inch)
candy antlers from Wilton's Rudolph kit
candy noses from Wilton's Rudolph kit
green or multi-colored Fruit Roll-Ups
brown candy clay
green candy clay
red M&M's candies
Set one Reese's Cup on your work surface.
Brush a dab of melted chocolate in the center on top of the Reese's Cup.
Allow that to set up a bit then set another Reese's Cup on it's side down onto the melted chocolate.
Hold the candy in place until the chocolate sets and the Reese's Cup stays upright.
Attach 2 candy eyes to the top, back edge, of the upright Reese's Cup using dabs of chocolate as edible "glue."
Attach 1 red candy nose and 2 candy antlers to the upright Reese's Cup using chocolate.
Cut 3/8 inch wide strips from the Fruit Roll-Ups sheet.
Wrap a strip of Fruit Roll-Ups around the base of the upright Reese's Cup forming a scarf.
Roll out brown candy clay to about 1/8th of an inch thickness.
Cut out 24 small leaves (or antlers) using a 1 - 1/2 inch cookie cutter.
If using a leaf cutter you may need to cut off a bit to get an antler shape.
Attach two antlers to the back side of each upright Reese's Cup.
Roll out the green candy clay to about 1/16th of an inch thickness.
Cut twelve 3/8th inch wide by 6 or 7 inch long strips.
Wrap one strip around the base of each upright Reese's Cup forming a scarf.
Cut off the ends of the strip so you can a nice length of scarf on each Rudolph.
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