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Reindeer Droppings Recipe

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Added: Friday, August 7, 2009


In a small decorative container, or zip baggie, place small, round chocolate candies (Whoppers, Raisinettes, chocolate covered peanuts, etc.) You could also use Cocoa Puff cereal or unwrapped miniature Mounds, Almond Joy or Baby Ruth candy bars. Seal/cover container, and decorate as desired. Then attach one of the following poems:

I woke up with such a scare when I heard Santa call...
"Now dash away, dash away, dash away all!
I ran to the lawn and in the snowy white drifts,
those nasty reindeer had left "little gifts".
I got an old shovel and started to scoop
neat little piles of "reindeer poop".
But to throw them away, seemed such a waste,
So I saved them, thinking ~ you might like a taste!
As I finished my task, which took quite awhile,
Old Santa passed by and he sheepishly smiled.
And I heard him exclaim as he rose in the sky ~
"Well, they're not potty trained, but at least they can fly!"

For all the souls who hate the noise
Of Christmas cheer and lights and toys
For Mr. Scrooge, and Mrs. too,
Here's a little gift for you...
A lump of coal won't be enough
To make up for the shine and fluff,
So, here's a scoop of reindeer poop
To offset all that Christmas Goop!!!

Christmas is coming
and so are the deer
listen closely and you
will hear,
And 'long with them
comes a special treat,
Reindeer droppings
for you to eat!!!!!




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