Holiday Fun with Reindeer and Snowmen

December 15th 2014

Thank you to everyone who came out to their local Price Chopper last weekend for our Holiday Chopper Kids Club event! On Saturday, December 13, kids 12 and under built their own delicious reindeer and snowmen. You can see we had lots of fun!



If you missed the event or want to recreate these at home, here's what you'll need: 

  • Powdered Sugar Donut Gems
  • Chocolate Donut Gems
  • Pretzels
  • M&M's
  • Gum Drops
  • Mini Chocolate Chips
  • Chocolate Frosting
  • Plastic Bag
What to do:  


First, fill a plastic bag with chocolate frosting and cut a small hole in one corner to squeeze the frosting out. (Or, fill a pastry bag if you have one.) 


For Reindeer: Break pretzels in half and insert into top of chocolate donut gem for “antlers.” Add mini chocolate chips and M&M’s with chocolate frosting to make a reindeer face.

For Snowmen: Add mini chocolate chips, M&M’s and gumdrops with chocolate frosting to make a happy snowman face.

Sign up for our monthly Kids Club email to stay in the know! You can join us for our next Chopper Kids Club event on Saturday, January 17, from 11 am - 4pm.

If you have any fun pictures from the event, please share them on our Facebook page! 

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