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Make Santa's Team A Tasty Treat With These Celery Reindeer Snacks

Everyone knows you gotta leave a snack for Santa on Christmas Eve.

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Everyone knows you gotta leave a snack for Santa on Christmas Eve. But you also have to leave something for the reindeer! They do just as much work as Santa, you know—even though Santa is the one who delivers the presents, they’re the ones who make sure he gets where he’s going. Let’s recognize them for all their hard work! 

Besides, if the reindeer get peanut butter stuck to the roofs of their mouths, maybe they won’t be able to take Santa to the next house, which might mean more presents for you! 

Have we convinced you? Let’s get started.

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Kroger® Celery Hearts

Kroger® Creamy Peanut Butter

Organic Red Raspberries

Kroger® Mini Twist Pretzels Bag

Kroger® Milk Chocolate Baking Chips

Everyday Living® Quick Cut Paring Knives

Instructions:

To start, trim the ends of each celery stalk so the bottoms are all smooth. Then, cut each one in half—the pieces should be short and wide, not long and thin, and you should have 10 of them now.

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Next, slather the hollow side of each celery stick with peanut butter. Don’t skimp on the PB—be generous!

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Maev Partners / CAMP

Take your pretzels and cut each one in half. Add two pieces to the end of each celery stalk to give the reindeer some antlers.

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Add a raspberry to the other end of each celery stalk to give the reindeer their noses. Last, add the eyes by setting two mini chocolate chips into the peanut butter under the antlers.

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Maev Partners / CAMP