Make Reindeer brownies a part of your Christmas tradition. They are so fun and really easy to make with the kids.

Make Reindeer brownies a part of your Christmas tradition. They are so fun and really easy to make. Perfect for Christmas parties!

Reindeer brownies

Today I’m sharing with you this fun reindeer brownies recipe.  They are so cute and easy to make so they are perfect for our 25 Day of Christmas cookie exchanges recipes.

You will first start with your favorite Homemade brownie recipe. You can make a double batch of my homemade brownie recipe or this delicious Nestle Brownie recipe. Both are great!

The recipe is super easy but the results are absolutely adorable! I can’t wait for you to try these. Your kids will love them.

We also love to make Christmas tree brownies for another festive treat. You might want to make both for your Christmas party. They would be so pretty sitting on the dessert table. 🙂

Let’s make Christmas brownies!

First, begin with your favorite batch of chewy brownies – any chewy brownie recipe will work. The trick is to line your pan with aluminum foil and then grease the foil.

Prepare and bake your brownies as usual and cool completely. Pull them out of the pan easily by pulling up on the foil.

It really is that easy to make.  I have a feeling that you will want to make these year after year.

Make Reindeer brownies a part of your Christmas tradition. They are so fun and really easy to make. Perfect for Christmas parties!

Ingredients for Reindeer brownies:

How to make reindeer brownies:

1. Once your brownies are cool, you are ready to assemble your reindeer. Since your pan is lined with foil, simply lift the foil and brownies out of the pan. Remove the foil and place the “brick” of brownies on a cutting board.

Make Reindeer brownies a part of your Christmas tradition. They are so fun and really easy to make. Perfect for Christmas parties!

2. Using a heart shaped cookie cutter, cut out the brownie hearts. Don’t worry about the left over brownies. You can enjoy them later – or now… which ever. 🙂

Make Reindeer brownies a part of your Christmas tradition. They are so fun and really easy to make. Perfect for Christmas parties!

3. For the antlers, you can cut or break pretzels, or leave them whole and press them into the side of the brownie. I didn’t use any frosting because the brownies were chewy enough to keep the antlers in place.

4. Place the powdered sugar and water in a ziplock bag. Knead with your hands until mixed well. Snip the end of the bag to create a small opening to pipe the frosting onto the brownies. We are using this as our glue.

Make Reindeer brownies a part of your Christmas tradition. They are so fun and really easy to make. Perfect for Christmas parties!

5. Add a dab of frosting to the eyes and attach to the brownies and do the same with the red sixlets to create a nose.

6. Let frosting set and serve!

The kids can help!

This is an easy recipe that the kids can get involved. They are easy to make and fun all at the same time.

I love that it is super easy but the results are so fun and cute. Get the entire family involved and have a blast making reindeer brownies.

They are so yummy and fun!

Make Reindeer brownies a part of your Christmas tradition. They are so fun and really easy to make. Perfect for Christmas parties!

One 9×13 brownie pan will make 18-24 reindeer brownies, but it really depends on the size of your heart cutter. My cutter is about 2.5″ square.

Make Reindeer brownies a part of your Christmas tradition. They are so fun and really easy to make. Perfect for Christmas parties!

Seriously… isn’t this adorable?

You have got to try these Reindeer brownies this year with your kids – they will love it. Whether you make homemade brownies or use a brownie mix, it will be so tasty!

Get started today and make lots of memories with your children. We love making fun treats like this together and they often become yearly traditions.

You can also try making Christmas tree brownies. So fun and easy!

Make sure you check out more recipes in our 25 Days of Christmas cookie exchange recipes.

Print this recipe for reindeer brownies below:

Reindeer brownies

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Make Reindeer brownies a part of your Christmas tradition. They are so fun and really easy to make. Perfect for Christmas parties!
Prep Time 5 mins
Cook Time 25 mins
Total Time 30 mins
Servings 16
Cuisine American
Course Dessert
Calories 182
Author Eating on a Dime

Ingredients

  • Your favorite chewy brownie recipe, baked and completely cooled
  • Small Pretzels
  • heart cookie cutter
  • Wilton Candy Eyeballs
  • 1 package Red Sixlets candies I found mine at Wal-Mart in the Holiday baking section, but you can also snag them on Amazon.
  • 4 tablespoons powdered sugar
  • 1 teaspoon water
  • Ziplock Bag

Instructions

  • Once your brownies are cool, you are ready to assemble your reindeer. Since your pan is lined with foil, simply lift the foil and brownies out of the pan. Remove the foil and place the “brick” of brownies on a cutting board.
  • Using a heart shaped cookie cutter, cut out the brownie hearts. Don’t worry about the left over brownies. You can enjoy them later – or now… which ever. 🙂
  • For the antlers, you can cut or break pretzels, or leave them whole and press them into the side of the brownie. I didn’t use any frosting because the brownies were chewy enough to keep the antlers in place.
  • Place the powdered sugar and water in a ziplock bag. Knead with your hands until mixed well. Snip the end of the bag to create a small opening to pipe the frosting onto the brownies. We are using this as our glue.
  • Add a dab of frosting to the eyes and attach to the brownies and do the same with the red sixlets to create a nose.
  • Let frosting set and serve!

Nutrition Facts

Calories 182kcal, Carbohydrates 34g, Protein 2g, Fat 4g, Saturated Fat 1g, Sodium 205mg, Potassium 12mg, Fiber 1g, Sugar 18g, Calcium 2mg, Iron 1mg

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