You’ve got to make these Santa & Rudolph Cookies and Candy Cane Crush Trifle. See what stocking stuffers and gifts I picked up at Family Dollar for Christmas. I shopped for Christmas recipe ingredients, stocking stuffers and gifts at Family Dollar and saved $6.75 by using Smart Coupons. Sign-up for Smart Coupons, digital coupons you can apply by entering your phone number into the keypad at the register. You’ll find a wide selection of over 100 coupons with values ranging from $0.25 to $5.00. Your pocketbook will love this newest way to save at Family Dollar by using Smart Coupons!
Have you signed up for Smart Coupons at Family Dollar? It’s so easy to save money at Family Dollar without using a loyalty card. After logging in, I clip my coupons, email them to myself so I have a printable list, then go shopping at Family Dollar where I enter my phone number into the keypad at the register. I can always find Family Dollar Smart Coupons that I can use on my shopping trip because they issue such a wide variety of high-value coupons. My favorite coupons are the ones they occasionally release that are valid on any purchase! Please check the Family Dollar site on a regular basis for the most up to date offers as they change frequently.
I saved $6.75 by clipping Smart Coupons for my Family Dollar shopping trip. My savings included a $5 off $25+ coupon on any purchase, an OREO coupon, and a Betty Crocker baking mix coupon. You’ll want to check the Family Dollar website for the current Smart Coupons. With over 100 coupons to choose from, you’ll definitely find a few coupons to use!
I also like to browse the Weekly Deals at Family Dollar to see the price drops and help me make my shopping list. When I went shopping, I found lots of Christmas gifts and stocking stuffers priced at $1 WOW (my favorite price!). Don’t forget to take advantage of other ways to save at Family Dollar including weekly deals and $1 WOW prices. Please note that prices vary by location. What will you find at Family Dollar for Christmas?
If you’ve got a Family Dollar store near you, sign-up for Smart Coupons today:
Step 1 – Click the red “Sign Up” button or text SMART to 28767
Step 2 – Enter your email address, password, name and phone number. Then click on the red “Sign Up” button.
Step 3 – Click on the red “Start Clipping” button
Step 4 – Click on the coupons you want to add to your account.
Step 5 – Print your shopping list and head to Family Dollar! Enter your phone number into the keypad at the register.
Ready to learn how to make my Santa & Rudolph Cookies from Nutter Butter cookies? I promise they are easy to make and your kids can help you! This is an “assembly only” recipe, so no baking is involved! I melted chocolate chips that I bought at Family Dollar using a double broiler on the stove. If you’d like a thinner chocolate on your cookies, I recommend using brown melting chocolate. Here are the instructions to make these cookies:
SANTA & RUDOLPH COOKIES
- Nutter Butter cookies
- Red Hot Candies
- Small Round Red Chocolate Candies
- Candy Eyes
- Mini Pretzel Twists
- Red Decorating Sugar
- White Melting Chocolate
- Semisweet Chocolate Chips or Brown Melting Chocolate
Step 1 – Microwave your white melting chocolate and semisweet chocolate chips or brown melting chocolate in the microwave following the package instructions.
Step 2 – Dip the Nutter Butter cookies in the melted semisweet chocolate chips or brown melting chocolate. I like to dip them so only one side is complete coated with chocolate.
Step 3 – Dip the Nutter Butter cookies in the white melting chocolate: halfway on one side (for the beard) and a third of the way on the other side (for the hat).
Step 4 – Apply two candy eyes, one red hot candy and two pretzels to create the face of the Rudoph Cookie.
Step 5 – Dip part of the hat in the red decorating sugars being sure to leave a strip of white for the hat’s furry white rim.
Step 6 – Apply two candy eyes and one small round red chocolate candy by dabbing on a small amount of white melting chocolate to the back so they will stick to the cookie.
Step 7 – Drip a small amount of white melting chocolate onto one side of the hat to create the hat’s white pom pom.
Now you’ve got adorable cookies for Christmas and you didn’t even have to turn on your oven! Let’s see what else we can make for dessert.
Now that you’ve got your cookies, let’s make a trifle! My family loves candy canes, so I crushed candy canes to include in my Candy Cane Crush Trifle for Christmas. Here are the instructions on how to make this dessert:
CANDY CANE CRUSH TRIFLE
- Chocolate Pudding (chilled overnight)
- Vanilla Pudding (chilled overnight)
- Brownie Crumbs (prepared day before)
- Whipped Cream
- Candy Canes (crushed)
Step 1 – Your first layer will be vanilla pudding. Smooth into an even layer with the back of a spoon.
Step 2 – Your second layer will be brownie crumbs. Smooth into an even layer with the back of a spoon.
Step 3 – Your third layer will be crushed candy canes. You can crush them by placing them inside a sealable plastic bag and then crushing them with a hammer (kids love to help with this part).
Step 4 – Your fourth layer will be chocolate pudding. Smooth into an even layer with the back of a spoon.
Step 5 – Your fifth layer will be whipped cream. Sprinkle crushed candy canes on top and serve!
While I was shopping at Family Dollar, I looked for stocking stuffers and found some great ones! There was a wide selection of Christmas candy and I got glow clappers, solar dancers and crystal growing kits.
I found these adorable Christmas Mugs for only $2 each to use as gifts. I also stocked up on small gift tins for only $1 each. They are the perfect size for gifting cookies to neighbors (not too big so we can deliver them to a lot of neighbors).
Be sure to clip your Smart Coupons for Family Dollar before you go shopping! Remember to enter your phone number into the keypad at the register when you checkout. It’s a smart money-saving tool to make your dollars go further this Christmas!
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