Stacked Christmas Tree
Chocolate Project - Page 2
By Bob Sherman
This fun Christmas tree project looks great and may be decorated in a variety of ways. This is page two of a two page project article. If you arrived here by a direct link, click here to view it from page one.
Step By Step Instructions - Continued From Page 1
The basic assembly ready for embellishment.
I wanted a snowy appearance, so melted white chocolate was dabbed on with a small brush. Work small sections at a time.
Work fast before the chocolate cools for steps 9 and 10. Edible confetti candy canes were positioned in the white chocolate.
Christmas lights were simulated by sprinkling with rainbow non-pareils.
The finished Christmas Tree Chocolate.
Add a cello bag and twist tie and you have a great gift or party favor.
This is just one of many possible ways to decorate a chocolate tree.
- Simulate ball ornaments with small round candies.
- Pour the tree in white chocolate.
- Make garland with red shoestring licorice.
- Slice gummy worms to create multi color ball ornaments.
- Cover with green or white non-pareils (adhere them with confectioner's glaze or melted chocolate).
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