These Chocolate drop cookies are so good & so easy to make. Everyone will love them, especially when you call them reindeer poop at Christmas!
If you want to serve these as Reindeer Poop, we have 2 FREE printables you can use as a bag topper for a standard resealable bag or a tent sign beside the plate of chocolate drop cookies.
See the Reindeer Poop Free Printables, along with easier suggestions for reindeer poop (if you don’t really feel like baking.)
- Wash watermelon under cool running water and pat dry.
- On cutting board, place watermelon on its side and cut 1/2 to 3/4 inch from each end, creating a sturdy base and top portion of carving. Stand watermelon upright.
- Scoop out a good amount of red fruit from top of watermelon with melon baller.
- From ends that were cut off, draw nose with dry erase marker and use paring knife to cut it out. Attach to watermelon using straight pins or toothpicks.
- For eyes peel two large and two small chocolate wafer cookies in half. Using sturdy toothpicks or straight pins, attach large cookies with white icing facing out from watermelon and attach small black cookie portion to white icing to create Frankenstein's pupils.
- Cut black edible sugar sheets or construction paper half length wise then make zig zag cuts to create hair; attach this to top of watermelon using straight pins.
- Use straight pins to attach black licorice to create mouth and stitches randomly on face.
- Three-quarters down watermelon on each side of face, insert a chopstick and attach a chocolate covered mini donut to each chopstick to resemble screws in Frankenstein's neck.
- Using the melon baller scoop a generous portion of honeydew to make fruit salad. Refill top portion of watermelon with balls of watermelon and honeydew. (If you have a bowl the correct size to fit the top, it is easier.)
- Add spooky decorations.
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