Reindeer Cookies for Christmas

Merry Christmas! I hope you have “decked the halls”, “shopped until you dropped” and “jingled all the way” to wherever it is that you are going because it is time to bake Christmas cookies!

Remember yesterday when I showed you these Santa cookies? Remember when I told you that Santa cutter quickly became my favorite cutter? The truth is I bought the set because the reindeer cutter and not the Santa cutter. The reindeer made my heart skip a beat when I saw it. It is the most adorable reindeer cutter I’ve seen in a long timeand I knew the reindeer cookies would be adorable.

Reindeer Cookies for Christmas Decorated Christmas Cookies via

I think the shape of the reindeers head is what made my heart skip a beat. I knew adding a red Sixlet for the nose would push me into a cuteness overload.

Supplies for Reindeer Cookies:

15 Second icing in the following colors:

  • Tan
  • Ivory with a drop of tan icing
  • Each Color is in a piping bag fitted with a #2 or #2.5 piping tip

Royal Icing Recipe or Half a Batch of Royal Icing Recipe
Sugar Cookie Recipe or Gingerbread Recipe
4mm beads
Black Sixlets
Red Sixlets
Santa and Reindeer Cookie Cutter
Decorating Tweezers
OptionalAirbrush Gun with Warm Brown Americolor AmeriMist Color

Reindeer Cookies for Christmas with www.thebearfootbaker.comBegin by outlining the head with the tan icing. For information on flooding and outlining cookies, click here.

Simple Reindeer Cookies with thebearfootbaker.comNext, outline the antlers with the ivory icing.

Easy Reindeer Cookies via thebearfootbaker.comThen, flood the antlers with the ivory icing and let it dry overnight.

Cute Reindeer Cookies via thebearfootbaker.comNext, flood the body with the tan icing. While the icing is wet, add a 4mm bead for the eye and a black Sixlet for the nose. If you want to make a Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer Cookie, add a red Sixlet nose to one of the reindeer. Let them dry completely.

Easy Reindeer-Cookies-Not-Airbrushed with thebearfootbaker.comLook how cute they are! They are cute like this but I decided to airbrush them to see how they would look.

Reindeer Cookies via thebearfootbaker.comI like the airbrushed reindeer a little better but, you know me, I like airbrushed things. For more information on how to airbrush cookies, click here.
If you have got all your “halls decked”, and “shopped until you’ve dropped”, I hope you “jingle all the way home” and makes these cookies. If you don’t bake cookies let me encourage you to start making Christmas cookies. It is a tradition worth starting.

If you are looking for more cute reindeer cookies, check out these cookies from some of my blogger friends.

PS- If you are looking for the tutorial for the Santa Cutter that came in this set, click here.

Bear hugs,