Chocolate Star Christmas Tree

My Chocolate Star Christmas Tree is a very easy, cute and fun way to get creative with children this Christmas. Build up the stars and get decorating.

Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas without chocolate in my house. I love making treats which can be shared and this year is no different. This chocolate star Christmas tree is a lot of fun for adults and children to make and eat over the festive season.

It is very simple and is made up of chocolate and your favourite sprinkles.

Making the Chocolate Star Christmas Tree

Print out or draw a range of sizes of stars and lay a piece of greaseproof paper over the top. Gently spoon out the chocolate to fill the shapes. Add a Rolo to the centre and then go mad with sprinkles. Then pop in the fridge until they have hardened off.

Click here to get the star template – Sew White chocolate star trees and print 2 out. The chocolate stars ready to be covered with sprinkles!

Getting ready to decorate the christmas star chocolates with sprinkles.
The chocolate stars with the rolo in the centre. Leave a small one without a Rolo to be the top of the tree.
Going mad with sprinkles is so much fun. I love how these look. Very easy to tuck into!

Chocolate Star Stacking Christmas Tree

Sisley White
My Chocolate Star Christmas Tree is a very easy, cute and fun way to get creative with children this Christmas. Build up the stars and get decorating.
5 from 8 votes
Prep Time 20 mins
Total Time 20 mins
Course Dessert, Pudding, Sweet Treats
Cuisine British
Servings 1 Tree
Calories 250 kcal

Ingredients
  

  • 200g milk chocolate
  • 8 rolos
  • lots of sprinkles

Instructions
 

  • Place the printed templates on a baking tray or board and cover with a sheet of baking/greaseproof paper.
  • Melt the chocolate in a 20 second bursts in the microwave or over hot water.
  • Using a piping bag pipe the outline of the stars on the greaseproof paper and then fill with more chocolate.
  • Place a rolo in the middle of every chocolate star except one of the smallest stars and then go mad with your favourite sprinkles.
  • Place in the fridge until set.
  • Take the stars off the greaseproof paper and stack up on a flat plate or board from largest to smallest with the smallest star without a rolo on top.
  • It looks lovely as a table decoration and makes a fabulous pudding at the end of the meal. I love adding them to a bowl of ice cream!

Nutrition

Calories: 250kcal

Please note that the nutrition information provided above is approximate and meant as a guideline only.

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A close up of the chocolate and sprinkles on the Chocolate Star Christmas Tree
As these are each layers of tree, they are rather like bark (pardon the pun). They are easy to eat when you’ve had enough of building your trees and knocking them over.

When they are set stack up the stars from large to small to create this beautiful tree. As they are individual stars they make a lovely chocolate sharing decoration and treat.

 The tree even looks rather nice when they topple over! Great to let children rebuild and enjoy making their own chocolate Christmas tree.

Toppled over Chocolate Star Christmas Tree. Chocolate stars covered with sprinkles.
Oh dear the tree fell over. Time to build it again.
Chocolate Star Christmas Tree covered in sprinkles
The finished Chocolate Star Christmas Tree made with chocolate and rolos to build up a Christmas tree.

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