Christmas Tree Candy Pops

Looking for the perfect treat for a big crowd? Try these Christmas tree shaped candies decorated with icing.

3 Freeze 1 minute to set. When set, peel candy pops from foil. To attach shapes to wooden sticks, place small amount of melted coating on stick; gently press shape onto stick. Let stand 5 minutes...


  • 1 cup (6 1/2 oz.) green candy melts or coating wafers
  • Small candies and/or decorating icing
  • Flat wooden sticks with rounded ends
  • Plastic wrap

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