Fun Christmas Rudolph Pies

Christmas Rudolph Pies

My lentil and meat pies are always a huge treat for the boys so when combined with the Rudolph factor they are a complete winner. I have used my healthy pastry recipe (wholemeal flour/wholegrain oats/water) and the pies themselves are stuffed with veggies and lentils which makes them tasty and nutritious.

I have used basic additions to make these into fun food for Christmas. Skipping the pastry and just using a bowl with any filling and then putting on the face and antlers would work well too and be even more super quick and easy.

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Recipe

– Pies (or filled small bowls)

– Mash potato for eyes and nose

– Olives for eyes

– Cherry tomatoes for nose

– Carrots for antlers

Method

1. Make and par bake pie shells.

Christmas Rudolph Pies - 1 pie shell (1 of 1)

2. Fill pie shells.

Christmas Rudolph Pies - 2 filled (1 of 1)

3. I used blobs of mash to make the base for the eyes and mouth.

Christmas Rudolph Pies - 3 face (1 of 1)

4. And of course no Rudolph would be complete without his nose …

Christmas Rudolph Pies - 4 red nose (1 of 1)

5. Then add slices of olives to give the eyes definition.

Christmas Rudolph Pies - 5 eyes (1 of 1)

6. And cut antlers from a carrot.

Christmas Rudolph Pies - 6 antlers (1 of 1)

7. Yummy and simple, I made a few so we could all share.

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