Edible Christmas Wreaths
More fun with the little one today…we made some Christmas Wreaths.
Cute, easy and tasty too! Perfect for them to give their classmates…just make them a bit smaller. When my son was 2 1/2 he helped me make these for the first time and he gave his aunts, uncles, cousins and grandparents each one – he was so very proud!
Chocolate chips or Chocolate disks
Licorice strings (Pull N Peel)
Melt the chocolate. Dip one end of the pretzels into the chocolate, using the chocolate like glue. On a parchment or wax paper lined baking sheet assemble wreaths. Stick M&M’s on chocolate spots to decorate. Then put them in your garage or fridge to harden for a bit. Gently peel off parchment or wax paper. Make a bow from the licorice…and there you go. Store for a day or two in individual airtight baggies.
In December 2013, I did a TV segment on 4 fun holiday crafts you can make with your kids that they can then eat or gift – these fun Edible Christmas Wreaths were one of them. To check out the segment and see the other 3!