Candy Sleighs For Christmas

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Sleigh Bells ring are you listenin’, In the lane, snow is glistenin’, A beautiful sight of candy delight, walking in a winter wonderland! Candy Sleighs For Christmas are here to stay, with miniature chocolates and candy canes that make a sleigh!

Candy Sleighs For Christmas.

Christmas Candy Sleighs

Want to make the cutest stocking stuffer ever? This adorable and yummy chocolate sleigh is a Christmas craft for all to enjoy! Using only a hand full of assorted candies, double-sided tape, and decorations, you can have this made in no time!

Key ingredients You’ll Need

Candy: To create the sleigh, you will need KitKats, miniature candy bars, candy canes, and a Santa candy bar.

Supplies: To make sure everything stays together in one piece, you will need double-sided tape, ribbon, and a bow.

How To Make Candy Sleighs For Christmas

Step 1. On the bottom of the KitKat candy bar, tape two candy canes. Attach the miniature candy bars to the top of the Kitkat using double-sided tape. Stack more of the bars on top until you have reached your desired height. As you stack, you will want to decrease the amount of candy.

Step 2. Use glue or tape to attach the foil-wrapped Santa to the front of the sleigh. Wrap the sleigh with a holiday ribbon and top with the bow to decorate.

What Kind Of Candy Bars To Use For Candy Sleighs?

I recommend using the Hershey miniatures for this. They will be the easiest to stack and keep balanced for the sleigh. You can also get an assorted about of flavors and textures.

What If I Don’t Have Double-Sided Tape?

If you do not have double-sided tape on hand, feel free to use a hot glue gun. It will be harder to remove the candy, but if it’s more for a decorative piece, it will work for you!

Tips & Tricks

To make these sleighs as festive as possible, make sure the bars are red, green, gold, or silver!

Use different kinds of candy canes! You can use sour ones, fruity ones, peppermint, etc.

Tie bells to the ribbons to make this sleigh jingle!!

Use these for gift or goodie bags or as decorative pieces on a buffet table!

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Candy Sleighs For Christmas

Sleigh Bells ring are you listenin', In the lane, snow is glistenin', A beautiful sight of candy delight, walking in a winter wonderland! Candy Sleighs For Christmas are here to stay, with tons of miniature chocolate and candy canes that make a sleigh!
Servings: 1 sleigh
Prep: 10 minutes
Total: 10 minutes


  • 1 KitKat
  • 10 Candy Bars Miniature
  • 2 Candy Canes
  • 1 Santa Candy Bar


  • Tape two candy canes to the bottom of a KitKat candy bar.
  • Using double-sided tape, attach miniature candy bars on top of the KitKat bar.
  • Continue stacking the mini candy bars to the desired height, decreasing the amount as you work your way up.Attach the foil-wrapped Santa chocolate bar to the front of the sleigh with glue or tape.
  • Wrap a festive holiday ribbon around the candy sleigh.
  • Decorate the top with a bow.

Last Step:

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  • Double-sided tape
  • Ribbon
  • Bow


We first spotted this idea from Ellyn’s Place and knew we had to try it. There are so many fun ways you can make these candy sleighs. Get creative and show us what you made in the comments or on our social media pages!

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