Rudolph’s Cherry Red Nose Pudding


Rudolph’s Cherry Red Nose Pudding

A delicious pudding recipe that is great any time of year! Make ahead as pudding shots, or serve as a dessert. This amazing pudding recipe is best reserved for adults.

Prep Time: 20 minutes
Total Time: 1 hour 20 minutes

Ingredients:

1 small package Cheesecake Flavored Instant Pudding Mix (3.4oz package with sugar, 1oz sugar free package)
¾ cup Milk
½ cup Vanilla Vodka
¼ cup Grenadine Syrup
10 drops Red Food Coloring (or more if desired)
8oz Tub Whipped Topping
20 Maraschino Cherries

Directions:

• Whisk pudding, vodka, grenadine, food coloring and milk together in a bowl until smooth.
• Fold in whipped topping and stir well.
• To make as shown: After folding in whipped topping, freeze for 1 hour. After removing from freezer, stir the pudding and spoon into cups and garnish with cherry. Serve immediately.
• To make ahead for a function: Pour into 2 ounce plastic cups with lids. Garnish with cherry. Freeze at least 4 hours; remove from freezer 30 minutes before serving.

Makes 20 2oz Rudolph’s Cherry Red Nose Pudding Shots

Rudolph's Cherry Red Nose Pudding. A delicious pudding recipe that is great any time of year! Make ahead as pudding shots, or serve as a dessert. This amazing  pudding recipe is best reserved for adults.




• To print the Rudolph’s Cherry Red Nose Pudding Recipe, click here.

Rudolph Cherry Red Nose Pudding. A delicious pudding recipe that is great any time of year! Make ahead as pudding shots, or serve as a dessert. This amazing  pudding recipe is best reserved for adults.


Ingredients:

• 1 small package Cheesecake Flavored Instant Pudding Mix (3.4oz package with sugar or 1oz sugar free package)
• ¾ cup Milk
• ½ cup Vanilla Vodka
• ¼ cup Grenadine Syrup
• 10 drops Red Food Coloring (or more if desired)
• 8oz Tub Whipped Topping
• 20 Maraschino Cherries

Rudolph's Cherry Red Nose Pudding. A delicious pudding recipe that is great any time of year! Make ahead as pudding shots, or serve as a dessert. This amazing  pudding recipe is best reserved for adults.


• Whisk pudding, vodka, grenadine, food coloring and milk together in a bowl until smooth.

Rudolph's Cherry Red Nose Pudding. A delicious pudding recipe that is great any time of year! Make ahead as pudding shots, or serve as a dessert. This amazing  pudding recipe is best reserved for adults.


• Fold in whipped topping.

Rudolph's Cherry Red Nose Pudding. A delicious pudding recipe that is great any time of year! Make ahead as pudding shots, or serve as a dessert. This amazing  pudding recipe is best reserved for adults.


• Stir well.

Rudolph's Cherry Red Nose Pudding. A delicious pudding recipe that is great any time of year! Make ahead as pudding shots, or serve as a dessert. This amazing  pudding recipe is best reserved for adults.


• To make ahead for a function:
• Pour into 2 ounce plastic cups with lids.
• Garnish with cherry.
• Freeze at least 4 hours; remove from freezer 30 minutes before serving.

Rudolph's Cherry Red Nose Pudding. A delicious pudding recipe that is great any time of year! Make ahead as pudding shots, or serve as a dessert. This amazing  pudding recipe is best reserved for adults.


• To make as shown:
• After folding in whipped topping, freeze for 1 hour.
• Remove from freezer, stir and spoon into cups and garnish with cherry.
• Serve immediately.

As always, drink responsibly and please don’t drink and drive.


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Snowman Cookie Balls Recipe


Snowman Cookie Balls Recipe

These adorable snowman cookie balls are a fun, easy to make cookie that your kids will love!

Prep Time: 30 minutes
Cook Time: 2 minutes
Total Time: 2 hours

Ingredients:

14.3oz Oreos (1 package)
8oz Cream Cheese
1oz Black Fondant
12oz White Candy Melts
1 tsp Orange Sprinkles

Directions:

• In a resealable plastic gallon bag crush 1 pack of Oreos with a rolling pin. (Don’t use double stuffed)
• Pour the crushed Oreos into a large mixing bowl and add 8oz of cream cheese.
• With a hand mixer or electric mixer, mix on low.
• Now shape your cookie mixture into small ball, approximately 1″ in size, and on parchment paper lined cookie sheet.
• Place the cookie balls in the freezer for 30 minutes.
• Using your black fondant, make very tiny balls for coal mouth and eyes; set aside.
• In a small, microwave safe mixing bowl melt your candy melts on 50% power in 30 second intervals, stirring in between microwaving, until your candy melts are completely melted.
• Remove your cookie balls from the freezer. Dip individually in the white chocolate and place on a parchment paper lined cookie tray.
• While the chocolate is still soft, add on your fondant eyes and mouth.
• Using one orange sprinkle, add a nose.
• Place snowman cookie balls in the refrigerator until set; approximately 1 hour.

Makes 36 Snowman Cookie Balls

Snowman Cookie Balls Recipe.These adorable snowman cookie balls are a fun, easy to make cookie that your kids will love!




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Snowman Cookie Balls Recipe.These adorable snowman cookie balls are a fun, easy to make cookie that your kids will love!


Snowman Cookie Balls Recipe

Snowman Cookie Balls Ingredients:

• 14.3oz Oreos (1 package)
• 8oz Cream Cheese
• 1oz Black Fondant
• 12oz White Candy Melts
• 1 tsp Orange Sprinkles

Snowman Cookie Balls Recipe.These adorable snowman cookie balls are a fun, easy to make cookie that your kids will love!


Snowman Cookie Balls Directions:

• In a resealable plastic gallon bag crush 1 pack of Oreos with a rolling pin. (Don’t use double stuffed)

Snowman Cookie Balls Recipe.These adorable snowman cookie balls are a fun, easy to make cookie that your kids will love!


• Pour the crushed Oreos into a large mixing bowl and add 8oz of cream cheese.
• With a hand mixer or electric mixer, mix on low.
• Now shape your cookie mixture into small ball, approximately 1″ in size, and on parchment paper lined cookie sheet.
• Place the cookie balls in the freezer for 30 minutes.

Snowman Cookie Balls Recipe.These adorable snowman cookie balls are a fun, easy to make cookie that your kids will love!


• Using your black fondant, make very tiny balls for coal mouth and eyes; set aside.

Snowman Cookie Balls Recipe.These adorable snowman cookie balls are a fun, easy to make cookie that your kids will love!


• In a small, microwave safe mixing bowl melt your white candy melts on 50% power in 30 second intervals, stirring in between microwaving, until your candy melts are completely melted.
• Remove your cookie balls from the freezer.

Snowman Cookie Balls Recipe.These adorable snowman cookie balls are a fun, easy to make cookie that your kids will love!


• Dip individually in the white chocolate and place on a parchment paper lined cookie tray.

Snowman Cookie Balls Recipe.These adorable snowman cookie balls are a fun, easy to make cookie that your kids will love!


• While the chocolate is still soft, add on your fondant eyes and mouth.
• Using one orange sprinkle, add a nose.
• Place snowman cookie balls in the refrigerator until set; approximately 1 hour.

Snowman Cookie Balls Recipe.These adorable snowman cookie balls are a fun, easy to make cookie that your kids will love!


• Makes 36 Snowman Cookie Balls


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Chocolate Cashew Clusters


Chocolate Cashew Clusters

Homemade candy does not get any easier than this Chocolate Cashew Clusters recipe! These chocolate cashew clusters are tasty, fast, and simple to make. Surprise your family with these delicious candy delights tonight!

Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 3 minutes
Total Time: 1 hour

Ingredients:

12oz Chocolate Almond Bark
2 cups Cashews
1 tsp Coarse Kosher Salt

Directions:

• In a microwave safe bowl melt the chocolate almond bark on high for 90 seconds; stir. If not melted and smooth heat on high in 20 second increments stirring after each until melted and smooth.
• Stir cashews into the melted chocolate.
• Drop by teaspoon full onto a parchment lined baking sheet. Sprinkle with a pinch of salt.
• Allow to cool and set.
• Store in an airtight container.

Makes 24 Chocolate Cashew Clusters

Chocolate Cashew Clusters. Homemade candy does not get any easier than this Chocolate Cashew Clusters recipe! These chocolate cashew clusters are tasty, fast, and simple to make. Surprise your family with these delicious candy delights tonight!




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Chocolate Cashew Clusters. Homemade candy does not get any easier than this Chocolate Cashew Clusters recipe! These chocolate cashew clusters are tasty, fast, and simple to make. Surprise your family with these delicious candy delights tonight!


• If you are wondering what Almond Bark is, you can see (and buy) Almond Bark either here or here.

Chocolate Cashew Clusters. Homemade candy does not get any easier than this Chocolate Cashew Clusters recipe! These chocolate cashew clusters are tasty, fast, and simple to make. Surprise your family with these delicious candy delights tonight!



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