On Christmas Day, if your family is anything like mine, there will be a big Christmas dinner in the evening.
Sometimes it’s at a relative’s house and sometimes at ours, but there is always lots of family.
We can get busy planning the perfect Christmas Day for our family. We plan for the perfect gifts for each family member, festive decorations and a great big family dinner.
But one thing we don’t usually think about is lunch. At least that’s something I don’t give a lot of thought to…until it’s time to eat lunch.
After all the gifts are opened, the stockings are emptied and the toys have been played with, little tummies will start to grumble. And I don’t know about you, but at that moment the last thing on my mind is what to make for lunch. I may even be starting to prepare for Christmas dinner.
In an effort to make things a bit easier for you on Christmas, I’m sharing this really fun Reindeer sandwich recipe.
Since these are sandwiches, they will be super easy to make. And since they use cookie cutters, this will be the perfect thing for kids to help you with in the kitchen.
And after making these reindeer sandwiches, that will be the perfect time to to make some other sweet Christmas treats.
Christmas Reindeer Sandwiches
Here’s a list of the ingredients you’ll need and a super easy list of instructions. This recipe makes three reindeer sandwiches.
- 6 slices of bread
- heart shaped cookie cutter
- Peanut butter
- 6 pretzels
- 6 mini chocolate chips
- 3 red M&M’s
- Use heart shaped cookie cutter to cut out six heart shapes from the bread.
- Spread peanut butter on three of the heart shapes.
- Spread jelly on the remaining three heart shapes.
- Stick a slice of peanut butter and a slice of jelly shaped bread together.
- Repeat for all pieces of bread.
- Place a pretzel on both sides of the top of the heart as antlers.
- Add two chocolate chips as eyes.
- Add one M&M candy as a nose.
And that’s it!
You and the kids will have a really fun Christmas recipe to enjoy together and the best part is that you didn’t have to spend a long time cooking in the kitchen.