Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons

Chocolate Christmas Tree Pretzels

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Chocolate Christmas Tree Pretzels are one of the easiest treats to make yet one of the most fun! Kids especially love this holiday snack.

This recipe is a total hit for class parties at school! They go perfect with this Grinch Popcorn and these Peanut Butter Cup Christmas trees! My kids love to show up to holiday parties with a handmade treat they were able to help create.

Chocolate Christmas Tree Pretzels

Chocolate Christmas Tree Pretzels

If your kids love to get in the kitchen and make holiday treats but aren’t quite old enough for baking, this is perfect. You can hand over all the ingredients and let them go free! No matter if they look beautiful or a total mess they taste exactly the same.

You can let them “decorate” their tree however they’d like. Sprinkles make the perfect mini edible ornaments. They can make a colorful tree, a gold tree, or a Hanukkah tree!

Chocolate Christmas Tree Pretzels

Making Christmas Tree Pretzels with Your Kids

You can set them up for their treat making by melting the green candy melts with a double broiler or in the microwave for 10 second increments. Candy melts burn easy so you want to make sure you don’t cook them for too long. If they become chalky, toss them and start over.

While you do that, the kids can lay out their pretzel sticks and choose their sprinkles. Quickly put the melted chocolate in a squeeze bottle and let them create. When they’re finished they can pop them in the fridge for a little bit to harden them.

Chocolate Christmas Tree Pretzels

As a family we also like to make treats to take to our neighbors and coworkers. This would be a great addition!

Tell me your favorite Christmas treat to make with your kids!

Chocolate Christmas Tree Pretzels
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Chocolate Christmas Tree Pretzels

Ingredients

  • 1 bag of mini pretzel sticks
  • 1 bag of green candy melts
  • 3-5 tbsp coconut oil
  • 1 container of Christmas sprinkles
  • 1 cookie sheet lined with parchment paper
  • 1 squeeze bottle with a number 2 tip Sugarbelle line from Michaels

Instructions

  1. Using a double boiler, melt the candy melts and coconut and mix until smooth

  2. Carefully scoop the melted candy melt into the decorating bottle
  3. Place about 10 pretzel sticks onto the parchment paper
  4. Using the squeeze bottle, pipe the details of a Christmas tree onto the pretzel
  5. Sprinkle some Christmas sprinkles onto the chocolate
  6. Allow to harden for 2 hours before carefully removing from parchment paper and enjoying!

Chocolate Christmas Tree Pretzels

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2 comments

  1. Hi what can I use instead of coconut oil? These seem super fun and I know the kiddos will love making them, but my son is allergic to coconut.

    Thank you!