Chocolate candy kiss acorn treats

I spotted these cute acorn treats made from a Hershey’s Kiss, Nutter Butter bites,
and Mini chocolate chips. They were so quick and fun to put together. You should make them….

All you need are the following items:

 

Melt some of the mini chips in the microwave…that’s your glue. Dip the flat side of the kiss into the melted chocolate  and press it together with a Nutter Butter.   Next dip the flat side of a mini chip in melted chocolate and place it on the top centerof the nutter Butter. Let them cool so the chocolate hardens. Enjoy!

Thanks… Six in the Suburbs

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Comments

  1. Judi says

    These are just darling! I’m going to make them to take to a party on Friday. Thanks for sharing this cute idea!

  2. says

    We have been thinking alike! A few weeks ago I saw a similar acorn cookie- but with mini vanilla wafers for the tops (but nutter butters-mmmm!). I’m making these for my woodland-themed baby shower next week! May have to make some with nutter butters too! So very cute!

  3. Carolyn says

    I saw these at an open house recently. They were the same as yours, but had a piece of a curvy pretzel held on by the chocolate. It looked like a little stem.

  4. says

    My daughter’s class will be assembling these Tuesday at their Thanksgiving Feast. I bought little condiment cups with lids and filled them with chocolate frosting for sticking the parts together. I thought that would be easier then melting chocolate at school! We are using craft sticks to spread the frosting and then we can just toss them when were done. A craft, a dessert, a learning experience all in one. Doesn’t get much better then that. Happy Thanksgiving everyone :0)

  5. says

    Hi Aileen, what fun memories you brought to my mind. I use to love helping with my son’s Thanksgiving feast at his school.
    What a perfect idea for a craft/dessert. I hope the frosting holds…it sounds delish! Someone else commented about using a piece of pretzel for the stem.

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