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Chocolate Acorn Treat


We have a cute little chocolate treat to make with your little ones this autumn.

The acorn, or oak nut, is a single seed and take between 6 and 24 months to mature! Those nuts certainly offer a rich food source for our forest animals.

Our 'recipe' only takes a few minutes to make, but this will be a great to make with your kids and to discuss how important the real nuts are to our environment.

Most children ages 4 and up can make these independently.


  • Chocolate kisses (unwrapped)
  • Chocolate frosting
  • Mini vanilla wafers
  • Pretzel sticks


  1. To make an acorn, use the chocolate frosting to attach a mini wafer to a chocolate kiss.
  2. Break off a small piece of the pretzel stick (to make a stem) and frost that into place on top of the cookie wafer.
  3. Let the frosting set for a half hour in the refrigerator before serving.
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