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How to make White Chocolate Christmas Trees

Why not get the kids involved in making some tasty Christmas treats like these White Chocolate and Pretzel Christmas Trees.

A great party snack!

White Chocolate Christmas Trees

These yule-tide delights will tickle the taste buds of everyone and the best part? they can be made very quickly – but you’ll have to wait until they set before you gobble them all up.

Serves: 10-20
Cooking time: 20min, plus cooling

Ingredients you’ll need:

Bacofoil® Non-Stick Baking Paper
1 large bar white chocolate
Pretzel sticks, broken in half
Silver and gold stars, or multi-coloured sprinkles to decorate

Method:

  • Lay a large piece of Bacofoil® Non-Stick Baking Paper onto a flat board (you may need more than one piece of baking paper and boards depending on how many trees you’re making) Break the chocolate into pieces and place in a heatproof bowl suspended over a pan of hot (but not boiling) water, allowing the chocolate to melt for a few minutes.
  • The water only needs to be about 5cm deep, ensure that the base of the bowl doesn’t touch the water.
  • Meanwhile, arrange the pretzel sticks on the paper, well-spaced apart. When the chocolate has fully melted, spoon it into a piping bag fitted with a very fine, plain, writing nozzle. Pipe zig-zags of chocolate to form a Christmas tree shape, starting narrowly at the top and getting wider for the lower branches
  • Sprinkle over the decorations, then allow to set in a cool place or the fridge. Once set, the trees will peel easily off the Non-Stick Baking Paper

BUY Bacofoil and all other ingredients from Waitrose & Partners.

O Christmas Tree, O Christmas Tree.

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