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Making Rudolph Brownies for Christmas Treats

These milk chocolate Rudolph Brownies are a fun and easy-to-make Christmas treat. A fun and festive holiday treat made with milk chocolate brownies, pretzels, and M&Ms.

Rudolph brownies

Rudolph Brownies

These cute and festive brownie treats are perfect for the holidays.

What I love about this Christmas Treat recipe:

  • Easy to make
  • brownies are always a favorite dessert
  • perfect for taking to holiday parties

Rudolph brownies

FAQs

Make-Ahead and Storage:

Can I make these brownies ahead of time?

Yes! Although, I wouldn’t make this recipe more than a few days in advance. Store frosted brownies at room temperature in an air-tight container

Can I Freeze these Frosted Brownies?

I would not suggest freezing these brownies. The brownies would take on moisture and the decorations and pretzels would be impacted

Rudolph brownies

Tips and Tricks for making these Christmas brownies:

  • use parchment paper to line your 9×13-inch baking pan. This makes it easier to lift the brownies out once they have cooled off, so you can cut them into triangles
  • you’ll want to trim the edges of the brownies to take the crispy hardened edges off before cutting them into triangles
  • you should get about 12 brownies out of one batch

If you are ready to make these yummy brownies, let’s make sure you have everything you need: 

Rudolph brownies ingredients

Ingredients:

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  • a box of milk chocolate brownies baked in a parchment paper lined 9×13 inch pan and completely cooled off
  • chocolate frosting
  • pretzel mini twists
  • red M&Ms
  • candy eyes

cutting triangles for Christmas tree brownies

How do you Make Rudolph Brownies?

Rudolph brownies frosted with eyes and nose

  • bake the milk chocolate brownies in a parchment paper lined 9×13 inch pan
  • let them cool completely
  • lift the parchment paper out with the brownies
  • use a long serrated knife to trim the crisp outer edges
  • cut brownies into 12 or more brownies
  • frost brownies with chocolate frosting making the frosting thick enough to push decorations into it
  • add candy eyes and a red chocolate nose
  • press the twisted pretzels into the wider edges of the brownie so the heart-shaped portion is sticking out

making Rudolph brownies

More Christmas Brownie Treats for Kids 

Christmas Tree Brownies 

Rudolph Brownie Treats with mini pretzel sticks

Ornament Shaped Christmas Brownies 

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Making Rudolph Brownies for Christmas Treats

Easy to make Rudolph brownies for a fun Christmas treat

  • Author: Melissa
  • Prep Time: 10 minutes
  • Cook Time: 25-30 minutes
  • Total Time: 23 minute
  • Yield: 12-14 servings

Ingredients

  • a box of milk chocolate brownies baked in a parchment paper lined 9×13 inch pan and completely cooled off
  • chocolate cupcake frosting
  • pretzel mini twists
  • red M&Ms
  • candy eyes

Instructions

cutting triangles for Christmas tree brownies

  • bake the milk chocolate brownies in a parchment paper lined 9×13 inch pan
  • let them cool completely
  • lift the parchment paper out with the brownies
  • use a long serrated knife to trim the crisp outer edges
  • cut brownies into 12 or more brownies
  • frost brownies with chocolate frosting making the frosting thick enough to push decorations into it
  • add candy eyes and a red chocolate nose
  • press the twisted pretzels into the wider edges of the brownie so the heart-shaped portion is sticking out

Notes

Can I make these brownies ahead of time?

Yes! Although, I wouldn’t make this recipe more than a few days in advance. Store frosted brownies at room temperature in an air-tight container

Can I Freeze these Frosted Brownies?

I would not suggest freezing these brownies. The brownies would take on moisture and the decorations and pretzels would be impacted

Tips and Tricks for making these Christmas brownies:

  • use parchment paper to line your 9×13-inch baking pan. This makes it easier to lift the brownies out once they have cooled off, so you can cut them into triangles
  • you’ll want to trim the edges of the brownies to take the crispy hardened edges off before cutting them into triangles
  • you should get about 12 brownies out of one batch

 

 

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