This Christmas recipe was inspired by this picture I saw on the internet. Since for the life of me, I could not find a recipe, I had to make up my own as I went.

It is a rarely known fact that Christians greatly opposed this decorating of Christmas trees when the practice first came up in the 1800’s. It was the Germans who first introduced it to the Western world and today, it has become a symbol of Christmas all over the world. read up a little about the history of how it all came to be in my previous post.

So the recipe.

Super simple. And super delicious. If you plan on entertaining children for Christmas, these snow capped Christmas tree sweets will undoubtedly be their favorite. And they can be whipped up in a jiffy too!


This is where the milky and the coconutty join. If you fear that it will be too sweet, surprisingly it’s not! The light toastiness of the coconut comes through the milkiness of the condensed milk and combines in a pretty foxtrot that is too cute to ignore. You cannot resist the crunch of those sweets as you bite in, nor can you not crave for that whiteness of the white chocolate light you from within. Although ideal for kids, this is a dessert that even the big kids will love.