Chocolate Snowflake Pencil Toppers
Here is a quick and easy treat for winter. These chocolate snowflake suckers use a pencil for their stick. What a perfect favor…. a treat and a pencil all in one. Your children will enjoy making them for friends as small and thoughtful gifts! Or stocking stuffers for siblings. They are sure to be a hit with Frozen fans!
Supplies for Chocolate Snowflake Pencil Toppers
2) pencil pops
4) white candy coating (1 pound makes about 12 suckers)
5) plastic bags
6) twist ties
How to make Chocolate Snowflake Pencil Toppers
Place half the chocolate in a microwave safe bowl. Melt candy 15 seconds at a time, stirring every 15 seconds. It is very important to melt the candy coating slowly. Doing this helps the candy release from the mold and have a glossy finish once hard.
Place plastic pencil pops in mold.
Fill the molds with the candy coating. Tap the mold to release air bubbles.
Place filled mold in the freezer for about 10 minutes. Once completely cooled candy should come easily out of molds.
Add a pencil and you have a darling snowflake sucker!
Make them easy to gift by placing a sucker bag over the snowflake and fasten with a twist tie.
Published December 19, 2014. Last updated November 29, 2016.