Short And Sweet. Rudolph Treats.

Eye ♥ these Rudolphs.

Easiest. Cutest.

All they really need is a mouth to sing along with me.

Rudolph Treats


12 miniature pretzels, halved
12 fun-size Almond Joy candy bars
12 red M&M’s miniature baking bits or red hots
24 candy eyes, 1/4 inch size
1 oz chocolate, melted


1. Insert an end from two pretzel halves into each candy bar to form antlers.

2. Use a toothpick to dab melted chocolate on back of candy eyes and affix to candy bar (I use tweezers to do this).

3. For nose, attach an M&M or red hot to the top of each candy with a dab of melted chocolate.

Yield: 1 dozen.

Recipe slightly adapted (to include my beloved candy eyes) from Taste Of Home Magazine

Let’s sing something short for our reindeer pals before we eat them.
Chuck Berry-Run Rudolph Run

This song isn’t sweet in the usual sense. It has so much going for it, though, that it belongs in this post.

It’s got Deer. Well, Dear.

It’s got the lyrics:

“Try to take it away,
like a cold winter’s day”

Sung very sweetly, I might add.
Leslies-Dear Friend

Buy Chuck Berry’s music here. You can pick up Leslies’ music here.

Cheers and Deers!

About I Sing In The Kitchen

Music obsessed cooking freak whipping up fab food one song at at time.
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