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Chocolate Dipped Sugar Wafers

Making Christmas candy and treats shouldn’t be hard.

A lot of people spend hours in the kitchen in the weeks leading up to Christmas to make treats for their friends and co-workers.

I know I’m one of those people. All of that melting and baking and rolling can take a toll, though.

Easy Christmas treats are the solution. Melting chocolate can be easy (even if you don’t have a double broiler) and you can dip just about anything in it and then throw some Christmas sprinkles on to make it festive.

I did that with sugar creme wafers and they turned out gorgeous. Just dip half of a wafer in melted chocolate, place on some parchment paper, and sprinkle Christmas sprinkles on top. Simple, quick, and tasty.

Pack these up in a Christmas tin and ship them off to people you love. They’ll be dazzled–and never know how easy it was to make!

Chocolate Dipped Sugar Wafers

  • Servings: 2 dozen
  • Difficulty: Easy
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A simple Christmas treat that's sweet and chocolatey.


  • 2 packs (22 oz. all together) Sugar creme wafers (vanilla or strawberry)
  • 4 (4 oz. each) bars of semi-sweet chocolate or white chocolate
  • Christmas sprinkles, for topping
  • Directions

    1. In a large glass bowl, break apart chocolate. Microwave chocolate according to package instructions (usually 30 seconds, stir, 30 seconds again, stir, then microwave in 10 second increments until melted).
    2. Prepare two large baking sheets with parchment paper on top. Dip half of a sugar wafer in melted chocolate, making sure to coat all sides. Place on parchment paper and immediately top with Christmas sprinkles.
    3. Let chocolate cool completely before packaging up. You can put each tray in the freezer for about 5 minutes to speed up the hardening process.

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