DIY Reindeer Food Recipe
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DIY Reindeer Food Recipe. At two of our recent holiday parties, we had a table set up for the littler guests to write letters to Santa, to make ornaments, and to make reindeer food. The kids all LOVED making the reindeer food, and it was such a simple and affordable activity for the kids.
I used a large gift wrapped box as a table, and hung a strand of clothes pins to the front of the box with 3M command hooks. I got the clothes pins from the Dollar Tree and they were already strung and decorated with felt snowflakes. I used the clothespins to hold cello bags and ribbon and tags from AndersRuff for the reindeer food.
On top of the “table” I set up glass jars with reindeer food. I was sure to keep it safe for birds or other critters that may try to get to it before the reindeer did. I filled small jars with oatmeal, popcorn, and cereal. Small bowls were filled with cookie sprinkles from The Baker’s Party Shop, and peanuts. The sprinkles are magic, and help the reindeer fly all night long.
The kids loved mixing their bags full of reindeer food, and it’s one less project for mom and dad before Christmas! My kids have asked to make more this week, and it’s so simple, I think they can do it themselves.