Reindeer Poop Recipe & FREE printable

Reindeer poop is actually candy or chocolate drop cookies but we tell the kids it’s Reindeer Poop for some Christmas fun. Here is how to make reindeer poop with a free printable you can put on a standard zippered plastic bag to give out at Christmas parties or as stocking stuffers.

Here’s the secret reindeer poop recipe.

reindeer poop recipe

Reindeer poop is oh-so-easy to make – it’s just candy! If you want a less-gross candy, Christmas candy corn is your best bet. Chocolate covered raisins are a healthier choice. The traditional choice is malted milk balls. My favorite? Chocolate Macaroons & Chocolate Rosebuds, but they are difficult to find.

Reindeer Poop printables make it even more fun!

There are 2 different bag toppers that fit a standard resealable plastic bag. The toppers also work as a tent label that you can stand beside a dish of candy or a plate Reindeer Poop cookies.

The printable is a PDF. Open in Adobe Reader and save or print on A4 cardstock. It comes with instructions, but if you need assistance, see How to Print Our Printables at Home or by a Professional Printer.

So here is a real Reindeer Poop recipe.

If you’d like to go the {DIY} way, here’s an awesome recipe for Chocolate Drop Cookies that you can tell your kids is reindeer poop. 🤣

They will ewwwww but love these!

Find the recipe here.

reindeer poop christmas chocolate drop cookies

Have fun teasing the kids & anyone else who dares to try eating the best chocolate drop cookies – also known as reindeer poop. It adds more merry to Christmas!

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