Welcome to the National Peanut Butter Cup Forest … the sweetest forest in the land 😉 Just imagine … a forest filled with Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup Christmas Trees! Yes, this is a totally edible forest … a chocolate and peanut butter lover’s dream …
If my hubby got lost in this forest, he would eat his way out … or in!
Anyway, I’m sure you see how super simple … easy peasy … these are to make. I spent more time unwrapping candies than assembling the trees!
Here are the few items you will need … peanut butter cups (snack & miniature sizes), chocolate kisses, white chocolate (or candy melts) and white non-pariels …
Melt the white chocolate (this will be the “glue” that holds each layer together) and put it in a squeeze bottle or ziptop bag with a tiny cut off corner.
Set up an assembly line …
- Tree trunk – upside down miniature PB cup – white chocolate “glue”
- 1st layer – upside down snack size PB cup – drizzle white chocolate around the edges & sprinkle with non-pariels
- 2nd layer – upside down miniature PB cup – repeat drizzle & sprinkle
- 3rd layer – chocolate kiss – repeat drizzle & sprinkle
Each tree requires … 2 miniature PB cups, 1 snack size PB cup & 1 chocolate kiss
Can you believe how easy that was?
Oh … do you want to know who won the giveaway? The lucky winner is # 4 – Bam’s Kitchen (Bobbi)!!! Congratulations!
Bobbi, please contact me (firstname.lastname@example.org) with your mailing address so that I may mail your goodies.