Chocolate Pretzel Christmas Trees

This weekend I made these fun Chocolate Pretzel Christmas Trees to take to a party – my platter was empty in no time!  A fun Christmas treat and easy to make!

Supplies List:

Green Candy Melts, Nonpareil Sprinkles, Star Sprinkles, Wilton Icing Bottle, Pennysticks Pretzels – I bought mine at Dollar Tree, but I have seen them in the grocery store as well.

I put about half of the bag of candy melts in a microwave safe bowl warming 1 minute at a time until melted – stir in-between each minute. Use less time as the candy melts get to the right consistency. Spoon chocolate into the bottle…it may be hot to the touch. On a few sheets of non-stick Reynolds Wrap Aluminum Foil, space out the pretzel sticks. NOTE – it is important to use the non-stick foil to be able to remove the trees without breaking! 

Work quickly with the chocolate starting at the top. {I added a little extra above the pretzel so I could anchor the stars} Start with the chocolate at the top, completing the shape of the tree, then go over it again thickening the chocolate to make it more sturdy. Immediately add the nonpareil sprinkles {snow} and the star, so when the chocolate hardens, they hold in place. When the chocolate is hard, gently peel back the foil from the tree. You don’t want to break off a branch!

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  1. How cool! My kids would love them.

  2. too cute…great idea!!

  3. Now that is cute and yummy! thanks for sharing

  4. This is such a creative take on chocolate covered pretzels. I’d love for you to link these up to my weekly link party.

  5. These are awesome! Perfect for my kids to help me with. Thank you!

  6. Now those look awesome!! thank you so much for linking up to our party!!

  7. Happy holidays! Just stopping by to let you know I am featuring you tomorrow!

  8. nothing better than chocolate covered pretzels! what a great idea! I’d love for you to share at my holiday recipes link party if you have a chance!

  9. this is such an amazing idea! Great, cheap gift for the holidays. Thank you!

    • Thanks Morgan! I made these last year to take to a Christmas party. It wasn’t long until my platter was empty! Thanks for visiting my blog!

  10. Thank you for sharing. Very Clever!

  11. Hi Susan! I love making candy and these are fantastic! Thank you so much for joining the party and sharing these at All Things Christmas! Pinning and sharing! Hope you have a fantastic Tuesday!

  12. SO cute!

  13. Using wax paper instead of foil would be ideal for non-stick surface.

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