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Easy and Delicious Pretzel Christmas Trees

Easy & Delicious Pretzel Christmas Trees - sixtimemommy.com

There is nothing like Christmas baking. I can make the same things all year long, but when Christmas is arriving and I bake it just seems more special. Am I the only one? Possibly, but that’s ok! I love baking and I love making fun things for my kids to enjoy.

Recently though, I haven’t really felt like baking or making anything. So, it’s been hard to even have the motivation but my kids little eyes, and begging faces get me in the Spirit even when I’m really not feeling it.

Today, I’m sharing these amazing, delicious and EASY Pretzel Christmas Trees. So fun and easy, even the kids can get involved and really do most of the work themselves!

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Materials Needed:

  • White candy melts
  • Yellow candy melts
  • Any kind of sprinkles
  • Pretzels sticks or rods If you want something bigger
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  • Parchment paper
  • 2 decorating bags
  • 2 small bowls
  • Scissors

Directions:

  • In two separate bowls, melts your white and yellow candy melts on medium heat for 2-3 minutes, stirring g every 30 seconds until melted
  • Pour your melted candy into two separate decorating bags (easiest if you place the bags into a couple glasses)
  • Place your pretzels about 5″ apart from each other into a piece of parchment paper
  • Cut the littlest tip off your bags and begin frosting on top of your pretzels with your white candy, back and forth staring at the bottom and getting shorter as you get to the top
  • Right after frosting your trees, add the sprinkles (this will ensure they stick before your candy hardens)
  • Now using the yellow candy, frost a tiny star at the top of each tree
  • Place these in the fridge for about 5 minutes and remove the trees from the parchment paper

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Pretty delicious looking right? So good, and so fun for the kiddos. They’d be really great to bring into a class party too!

Any fun treats you like to make with your kids, or supervise them making themselves during the holidays?

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