Candy Christmas Tree Treats

Reese's Peanut Butter Cups Christmas Tree, Candy Christmas Tree Treats

Candy Christmas Tree We wish we could properly give credit to someone for coming up with this adorable idea but could not find any attribution on the Facebook post we found these on.

Candy Christmas Tree Treats

Are these not the cutest candy Christmas tree treats ever?  Perfect to serve at a holiday parties, Christmas Day open houses and even to give as stocking stuffers or small holiday gifts of endearment. We also love the fact that these  Christmas tree treats are so easy for the kids to make themselves. While you are preparing your holiday meal, set the kids (and other family members that might be under-foot) up at the kitchen table, and put them all to work. Now add an individual Christmas Tree Treat at each place setting.  You can set them in the middle of each plate or use as a place card holder >> just lean a small place card up against your hand Christmas Tree! #toocute

Candy Christmas Tree Ingredients 

2 Miniature Reeses Peanut Butter Cups

1 Regular Reeses Peanut Butter Cup

1 Hershey Kiss

Green Frosting

Red & White Sprinkles

How2 Create these Adorable Candy Christmas Tree Treats

Stack ingredients as pictured. Use a Miniature Reeses Peanut Butter Cups for the bottom.  Add the Regular Reeses Peanut Butter Cup on top of it securing all layers with sugar glue. Now add another Miniature Reeses Peanut Butter Cup and top with a Hershey's Kiss.  Finally decorate your Candy Christmas Tree Treats with icing and sprinkles.  Enjoy!

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