Candy Christmas Tree - A Fun & Easy Christmas Treat

Make a craft and a treat in one with this candy Christmas tree. Kids of all ages will love making and eating these cute Christmas treats, and what's even better is that they are super easy to make. These little treats would be perfect for a Christmas party or to have on the table on Christmas day. Scroll on down to see how you can use Reese mini cups, Hershey kisses and Rolos to make this cute Christmas tree craft and treat in one!

Candy christmas tree

Christmas is all about having fun as a family and eating yummy treats! It would be so much fun to make these candy Christmas trees as a family whilst spending some quality time together together.

They would also be great for kids to make as Christmas gifts or to sell as school fairs.

If you are looking for more yummy Christmas treats take a look at these santa pancakes, reindeer cookies, reindeer krispies snack and Christmas treat bags

Our Ice cream cone Christmas tree is also a great edible Christmas tree craft to make with all the family!

Candy Christmas Tree Treat

easy Christmas treat ideas

Candy Christmas tree ingredients

  • Reese Mini Cups (only green wrapper ones)
  • Hershey Kisses (only green wrapper ones)
  • Rolos
  • Gold Glitter Ribbon
  • Sequins and Stars
  • Hot Glue Gun

How to make a candy Christmas tree

easy candy Christmas tree

STEP 1: Prepare your ingredients/ supplies

You don't need too many ingredients or supplies for this Christmas treat, but it is always good to be organised and have everything you need to hand. 

candy Christmas tree ingredients and supplies

STEP 2: Build candy Christmas tree

To make one Christmas tree, you’ll need one Rolo, 2 Reese cups, and 1 Hershey kiss. Place glue on the top of a Rolo, then set one Reese cup on top. Next, glue on another Reese cup, then a Hershey kiss. 

How to make a candy Christmas tree

STEP 3: Decorate candy Christmas tree

You can have a lot of fun decorating the candy Christmas trees as there is no right or wrong way to decorate them. We made little bows with ribbon which we glued to the top of the trees. We also glued on stars to some of the trees as well. We then added sequins to represent the lights. 

candy Christmas tree craft

Leave your candy Christmas trees to dry and then set out this cute Christmas treat! 

candy Christmas tree craft for kids

We hope you have fun as a family making and eating these cute and easy candy Christmas tree treats!

Candy Christmas tree craft. Easy Christmas treats for kids.

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