You'll Fall for These Easy and Edible Acorns

Bonus? They're a great food craft to make with kids!

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These edible 'acorns' are the perfect addition to any fall table, and they make great place-settings during the holidays. They are as easy to make as they are adorable!

You'll need:

  • Chocolate hazelnut spread
  • Chocolate kisses
  • Round mini peanut butter sandwich cookies, opened and scraped of filling
  • Mini chocolate chips

Spread some chocolate hazelnut spread on the flat side of a chocolate kiss using a small offset spatula or butter knife. Attach it to the flat side of a peanut butter cookie using the chocolate hazelnut spread as the 'glue'. This creates the base of your acorn. Use a little more chocolate hazelnut spread to attach a mini chocolate chip to the other side of the peanut butter cookie to create a stem. Voila! A festive treat kids and adults will surely fall for.

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