Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Celery Sticks


A festive take on a favorite childhood snack, these Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Celery Sticks are almost too cute to eat. Made with celery, peanut butter, pretzels and a few trimmings, they’re a healthy, fun Christmas treat everyone will love!

Rudolf Celery Sticks by The BakerMama Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Celery Sticks

You Would Even Say It Glows

With powdered sugar snow on his pretzel antlers, and a red raspberry nose to light the way, these Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Celery Sticks are ready for the big night! Such a fun, festive twist to the peanut butter and celery snacks of our childhood. And they’re healthy, too. You’ll be shouting out with glee!

Rudolph Celery Sticks by The BakerMama

A Fun Holiday Activity

Goodness knows I indulge plenty at the holidays. But I also love to offer something a little healthier for my kids to snack on. And these festive reindeer snacks fit the bill! Like, ants on a log, holiday style!

They also make a great Christmas activity to do with your little ones in the kitchen. Or something for the all their friends to do at a holiday party. These Rudolph celery snacks are fun for kids of all ages!

Rudolph Celery Sticks by The BakerMama

What Do I Need to Make Rudolph Celery Sticks?

  • Celery stalks
  • Creamy peanut butter
  • Pretzel tiny twists
  • White chocolate chips
  • Mini chocolate chips
  • Red raspberries (make sure they are bright red, if possible) 
  • Powdered sugar
Rudolph Celery Sticks by The BakerMama

Holly Jolly Kids Snack Board

These Reindeer Celery Sticks are similar to the ones in my Holly Jolly Kids Snack Board. I just switched it up a little! Chocolate chips instead of candy eyes. A raspberry nose. And a dusting of powdered sugar on his antlers. This adorable snack board is as engaging as it is tasty (and healthy, too!). The kids will love building and snacking on this festive board made with simple, wholesome ingredients.

Holly Jolly Kid's Snack Board by The BakerMama

Also featured on this board are Grinch Fruit Skewers. Made with strawberries, bananas, green grapes and mini marshmallows, these fruit kabobs are a cute, healthy and festive Christmas treat they’re sure to grin over.

Grinch Fruit Skewers by The BakerMama

My kids’ eyes lit right up when I made this board! No one is immune to the holiday magic and I’m no exception. Building this Holly Jolly board is a great way to spend time together making lasting holiday memories!

Holly Jolly Kid's Snack Board by The BakerMama

How to Make Rudolph Celery Sticks

  • Trim the ends of each celery stalk and then trim a very thin strip, lengthwise, off of the back of each stalk so they lay flat. Slice each stalk, crosswise, into thirds or fourths depending on the size of the stalks (you’ll need 12 sticks total).
  • Spread peanut butter in each celery stick.
  • Then arrange pretzel twist halves, torn sides facing outwards, for the antlers.
  • Create the eyes by pressing two white chocolate chips, pointed sides down, into the peanut butter just under the antlers. Then place the mini chocolate chips, pointed sides up, in the middle of the white chocolate chips, securing them with a tiny dot of peanut butter. 
Rudolph Celery Sticks by The BakerMama
  • Press a raspberry below the eyes for Rudolph’s nose. If the raspberry is too big, slice some of the bottom of it off so it is proportionate to the size of the celery stick. 
Rudolph Celery Sticks by The BakerMama
  • Sprinkle a little powdered sugar on the top third of each Rudolph to make it look like snow on the antlers.
Rudolph Celery Sticks by The BakerMama

More Easy & Sweet Holiday Treats

Bust out the jolly with my Easy and Sweet Holiday Treats. This collection of festive snacks and desserts is sure to get even Santa’s stamp of approval!

Easy and Sweet Holiday Treats by The BakerMama

Fun & Festive Holiday Boards

Celebrate the magic of the season with Fun and Festive Holiday Boards that you and your loved ones are sure to enjoy! From sweet treats to healthy snacks, there’s a little something for everyone!

Fun and Festive Holiday Boards by The BakerMama

If you make these Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Celery Sticks, be sure to snap a picture and share it with me or tag me on Instagram @thebakermama so I can see. 😍 I love seeing how inspired and creative y’all get with the recipes I share. Enjoy!

xoxo,

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Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Celery Sticks are made with celery, peanut butter, pretzels and a few trimmings. They’re a healthy, fun Christmas treat everyone will love.


  • 34 celery stalks
  • 3/4 cup creamy peanut butter
  • 12 pretzel tiny twists, each torn in half
  • 24 white chocolate chips
  • 24 mini chocolate chips
  • 12 red raspberries (make sure they are bright red, if possible)
  • Powdered sugar, for garnishing

  1. Trim the ends of each celery stalk and then trim a very thin strip, lengthwise, off of the back of each stalk so they lay flat. Slice each stalk, crosswise, into thirds or fourths depending on the size of the stalks (you’ll need 12 sticks total).
  2. Spread peanut butter in each celery stick and then arrange pretzel twist halves, torn sides facing outwards, for the antlers.
  3. Create the eyes by pressing two white chocolate chips, pointed sides down, into the peanut butter just under the antlers. Then place the mini chocolate chips, pointed sides up, in the middle of the white chocolate chips, securing them with a tiny dot of peanut butter.
  4. Press a raspberry below the eyes for Rudolph’s nose. If the raspberry is too big, slice some of the bottom of it off so it is proportionate to the size of the celery stick.
  5. Sprinkle a little powdered sugar on the top third of each Rudolph to make it look like snow on the antlers.



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