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The Season of Giving Candy


In The Season of Giving Candy, the sweetest spruce in town is surrounded by colorful gift truffles. Make the 3-D tree by molding candy in our largest metal nesting tree cutter, cut and assemble the pieces for a standout stand-up centerpiece!
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Step 1

Use "painting" method and instructions on mold package to make crème-filled gift truffles. Refrigerate to set; unmold.

Step 2

Place largest tree cutter on cookie sheet and fill to top edge with melted candy. Refrigerate to set; unmold. Make two trees, cut one vertically in half.

Step 3

Assemble tree, attach 1/2 tree in front of whole tree and 1/2 tree to back with melted candy in cut parchment bag. Attach one green candy melt to bottom of tree for base. Using white melted candy in cut parchment bag, pipe garland and top design on tree. Immediately press on nonpareil sprinkles to garland.

Step 4

Make large tree stand by pouring melted candy in baking cup, 1/2 in. deep. Refrigerate until firm; unmold. Attach to green base of tree with melted candy in cut parchment bag.

Step 5

Cover board with foil and position tree and gift truffles.

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The Season of Giving Candy is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from For me, this was an easier endeavor than some of the cakes I have made, and this was my first time working with candy. I made several of these as edible take home gifts for friends during a holiday celebration and even made an Easter tree this year! I had read some other hints and tips prior to trying this and found the candy came unmolded quite easily with a hint of spray oil to help the candy slide out. Br creative! Use frosting to make your own decorations, try different kinds of candy pieces. Take your time! Especially if you have never worked with candy before. May take a bit longer to make sure you don't break anything, but this really is a cute idea that can be changed for other holidays. :)
Date published: 2011-05-14
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