- 160 g marshmallows
- 55 g dark chocolate
- 100 g cocopops
- 70 g dark chocolate
- 12 red m&m's
- handful pretzels broken into pieces
- 24 edible eyes
Place marshamllows and 55g of dark chocolate into TM bowl and melt 3mins/80deg/sp4.
Add cocopops amd mix 30sec//sp1
Dampen hands with cold water.
Use about 2tbsp of the mixture and form into a log shape, set aside on some baking paper. Make 12 logs.
Use about 1tsp of the mixture and form into a ball, set aside on some baking paper. Make 12 balls.
Allow them to set for about 30mins.
Melt remaining 70g of dark chocolate 2mins/50deg/sp2. Put chocolate into disposable piping bag and snip off the end.
On a sheet of baking paper pipe 12 pairs of antlers. Set aside for 30mins or until firm.
Use the melted chocolate to secure 2 small pieces of pretzel to the underside of each log for little legs.
Use more chocolate to adhere a ball to each log to create a body and a head.
Use a small dot of chocolate to secure a red m&m on the front of the head for a nose. Repeat for the eyes.
Pipe a small amount of chocolate on the top of each head and adhere 2 antlers. Hold each antler in place until chocolate has set enough to hold each antler.
This recipe has been converted from the Better Homes & Gardens magazine - December 2014 issue.
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