• Magic Reindeer Food

    Magic Reindeer food is a wonderful treat for children to sprinkle on their lawns to help guide Rudolph and his friends to your home on Christmas Eve.

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    On Christmas Eve, Sprinkle this magic Reindeer food on your lawn.

    The magic glitter sparkling in the moonlight and the smell of oats will guide Rudolph to your home.
    Place 1/8 c. oatmeal
    2 tsp glitter in a baggie
    If you tend to have a lot of wildlife in your area, try this alternative "sparkly" recipe.
    1/2 c. Oatmeal
    1
    T. Clear Decorative Sugar Crystals
    1 T Red or Green Sugar Crystals
    Tie with the red ribbon with the above verse and a little bell, curl the ribbon and Voila, your done. The kids will have a good time sprinkling this out on the lawn Christmas eve.

    Comments 6 Comments
    1. michelle69's Avatar
      michelle69 -
      I did this with my boys when they were younger. We'd come home after opening gifts at their grandparents and Midnight Mass. It helped to settle them down so Santa could make his appearance. Good memories!!!
    1. sam042013's Avatar
      sam042013 -
      Haven't tried this before.
    1. annamb57's Avatar
      annamb57 -
      I think I will make this for the grandkids this year
    1. Wrinkleyold's Avatar
      Wrinkleyold -
      Kids love this kind of thing! They also like the reindeer poop, where you put chocolate chips in a bag. LOL
    1. babylove85's Avatar
      babylove85 -
      Thank you,that's such a neat idea...now I can't wait for Christmas
    1. angelacr's Avatar
      angelacr -
      we used to make this in school and my neighbor was asking me how to make it. thanks so much.


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