Chocolate Kiss Trees


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This is a festive activity to make with the kids and you can get as creative as you'd like.

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  • 1 6x3" Styrofoam cone
  • 1 box round toothpicks
  • 1 13 oz. bag of foil-wrapped chocolate kiss candies
  • Aluminum foil (optional)

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If desired, wrap cone tightly in aluminum foil. Beginning at the bottom of the cone, cover cone with kisses. Insert one end of a toothpick into candy kiss, then push the other end into the cone. Overlap the kisses slightly for best effect. Continue covering the cone from bottom to top.

Tips: As you move toward the top of the cone, snap toothpicks in half before inserting them into the kiss. Shorter picks are easier to insert as the cone narrows. Use round toothpicks rather than flat ones. The pointed end of the round toothpick is easier to push into the chocolate kiss, and round toothpicks are stronger and easier to work with than the flat variety.

Get creative with color! Alternate stripes of silver and gold kiss candies for an elegant tree, or create a zigzag pattern to simulate bargello needlework. Decorate completed trees with ribbon bows or small ornaments.

Warning: Chocolate kiss trees are fun to make, but don't eat them afterward! Toothpicks may splinter and pose a hazard.

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  • my mother used to make these trees but she put scotch tape on the ends of the kisses and used straight pins and that way no worries about splinters

    Flag as inappropriate beck3814  |  January 1, 2009

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