Thursday, 12 December 2013

Chocolate Reindeer Poop - Easy Christmas Gift for School Friends

Chocolate Reindeer Poo - edible fun gift

We had some fun making these last night ready for Ruby to hand out to all her little class mates.  Granted, it might not be the most sophisticated present, but show me a 5 year old who doesn't find poo hilarious...

It's a very thrifty gift - one and a half large bars of chocolate and about half a box of rice crispies has done the whole class of 30.

These are basically 'droppings' of rice crispie cakes - I'm sure I don't need to tell you how to make them...

OK then.  Break up chocolate into small pieces, melt in a bowl over a pan of water on the stove.  Ruby helped to do this, but obviously, be careful with the heat.  Then stir in rice crispies and a few handfuls of raisins (lets make it a little bit healthy!) and keep stirring until they are all coated in chocolate.

Chocolate Reindeer Droppings

Dollop little spoonfuls onto a sheet of greaseproof paper and leave to cool and set.

Chocolate Reindeer Poo - printable label

I printed off these tags on card, feel free to scale this image to size and use it.  The poop was then scooped into little cellophane bags and stapled shut with the labels.


I've checked with the teacher for allergies, but it's worth keeping hold of the chocolate bar wrapper and cereal box just to advise parents.

Chocolate Reindeer Poop

Happy Christmas!

33 comments:

  1. oh Lizzie, these are lovely! Boring question, where did you get the poly bags? A x

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    1. Ahh thanks Ali. I actually already had them at home. I think you ca buy some in Waitrose, although they are bigger. Craft shops do them and I even saw some Christmas ones in Poundland yesterday.

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    2. Oh silly me! From here too http://stores.ebay.co.uk/Munchkins-and-Poppets

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  2. What a fantastic idea!! I might do this with my little one to hand out too- thank you!! x

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  3. Genius. They're the perfect age for loving the concept of reindeer poo!

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    1. Ahh yes, it's all about poo at the moment! funniest thing ever apparently.

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  4. I guess I could use the masses of cellophane I have too. What a fab idea.

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    1. Oh yes, cellophane would work well too and a little ribbon.

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  5. Wow these are awesome! What a brilliant idea and I love your label! Am pinning :)

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  6. Snowman Poop is even easier. Mini marshmallows! Not healthy, but fun! Linda@Wetcreek Blog

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  7. Brilliant! Definitely pinning this! :-)

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  8. Utterly genius! I am doing this for grown ups

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  9. Am I allowed to put in actual pooh for a couple of little buggers at school? No? Oh...

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  10. Brilliant, you are right they all love poo! Mich x

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  11. Not only hilarious (and I am not 5) but completely tasty looking too (for poo!) :D

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  12. love this, ronnie will be beside himself when i tell him what we are going to make! he is 5 too, i however am not but still find it hugely amusing x

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  13. I love these! you are just too good! x

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  14. Awwww so fun! Lucky classmates!

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  15. Excellent idea! And come the spring you can make smaller ones and give them as Easter bunny droppings!

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  16. I love these! Think my son would find them hilarious too ;o)

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  17. hee hee fab must remember this for next year x

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  19. These are brilliant! Hilarious for any age!

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  20. I have a poem that might make it even funnier. It goes like this:

    I heard that you've been naughty
    so here's the inside scoop...

    All you get for Christmas
    is this bag of Reindeer POOP!!

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