Ok, folks, believe it or not, these cutie pie snacks are oh so easy to make. Just melt, dip, sprinkle, stir… these white chocolate holiday treats truly are a breeze. I have a collection of four fun ones I found around the web for a TV segment I did, so be sure to watch the video at the end (you may even see me break a pretzel, ha – it’s live!). These are adorable for wedding favors or on a reception candy bar. And, of course, they are perfect for any Christmas party. Enjoy!
Here is the first of our white chocolate holiday treats.
This recipe hails from Sprinkle Bakes, and they are so cute and easy to make. You just need to purchase melting chocolate in your choice of color, fun sprinkles, and pretzel rods. Melt the chocolate in the microwave, dip the rods in, add sprinkles, place on wax paper, let harden, and voila! Cutie pie treats.
See how they are done here. Hands down, these were the cutest I could find on the web!
Want another idea? Ok! Here is another fun one – make tiny Christmas trees.
This is so so cute!! These tiny white chocolate trees from Just a Taste are fun on their own OR as an adorable cupcake topper. I adore these. Plus, at the link there is a recipe for the cupcakes, too. And this is a great example of utilizing colored melting chocolate… you only need green chocolate, sprinkles and pretzel sticks.
Lay your pretzel sticks on wax paper, place your melted chocolate in a bag or squeeze bottle and get your decorative, edible sprinkles ready. Squeeze the chocolate onto the stick to make trees, add sprinkles, let harden and yay… adorableness at its finest. See full instructions here.
Next it’s one of my daughter’s favorite white chocolate holiday treats – peppermint bark!
Super easy to make, yet oh so yummy… this recipe comes from Jessica in the Kitchen. I don’t add the dark chocolate to mine, but I love the added hue of the regular chocolate. For me, I just crush candy canes (or peppermint candies), melt white chocolate and mix them together. I always save candy to sprinkle on top, too.
Be sure to head here to take a peek at full instructions. So delicious!
Last, but certainly not least, is white chocolate popcorn!
The best part about this project is that you can make them year round. Just use whatever color you’d like, and you have a treat that coordinates with whatever holiday. Or you can choose to use pure white chocolate and add sprinkles like A Side of Sweet did. Colored sprinkles were added in to make it extra special.
Just take popped popcorn and mix it with melted chocolate (you don’t need a lot, which is nice!). Feel free to add edible sprinkles or even candy. See the full recipe and instructions here.
Ah!! All of those ideas are super, duper cute. I hope you are encourage to make some white chocolate holiday treats of your own. Have fun!
I appeared on Daytime Blue Ridge with these projects, so be sure to take a peek at both the ingredients and instructional videos below from my TV segments.
Craving another candy recipe? Take a peek at a tried and true family one of mine here.