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A super easy Chocolate Christmas House that makes an absolute showstopper of a table centrepiece! Use your favourite chocolates to decorate!

Chocolate Christmas House

A super easy Chocolate Christmas House that makes an absolute showstopper of a table centrepiece! Use your favourite chocolates to decorate!
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Course: Chocolate, Christmas, Dessert
Cuisine: Chocolate, Christmas, dessert
Prep Time: 30 minutes
Total Time: 30 minutes
Servings: 20 serves
Calories: 201kcal


  • 4 X 200 g blocks milk chocolate
  • 1 X 280 g bag marshmallows
  • 3 X 114 g packets chocolate Finger biscuits
  • 1 X 200 g block white chocolate
  • 3 X 30 g Flake bars
  • 1 packet Cadbury mini rolls
  • extra white and milk chocolate, for melting
  • icing sugar, to sprinkle


  • Start with a flat board and cover it in foil (I used a chopping board).
  • Place a small container in the centre of the board to help hold up the chocolate walls. 
  • Spread a little melted milk chocolate along the two long 'wall' sides of the board. 
  • Place 1 full block on each side (using the container to help keep them standing up while the chocolate dries and sets the blocks in place).
  • Cut the remaining two blocks and secure with extra melted chocolate to form the front and back of the house (you'll have a few rows from each block leftover). 
  • Use melted white chocolate to 'glue' on the front white chocolate door and the marshmallow decorations around the door (cut the marshmallows in half so they sit nice and flat). 
  • To make the roof, cover two long rectangles with foil (I used plastic lids from containers but you could also use cardboard and cover it in foil too). 
  • Lay the two rectangles flat on a bench and spread melted white chocolate over the entire area of foil. Lay the chocolate finger biscuits on the melted chocolate and place into the fridge to set.
  • Add a little melted chocolate to the top of the long walls and gently place the roof pieces in place (you might need to balance them a little bit!). 
  • Add some melted chocolate to one side of the roof and 'stick on' the chimney.
  • Add melted chocolate to the top of the house and decorate with marshmallows.
  • Add marshmallows to the front of the roof (I actually didn't even need to use melted chocolate for this - I just squished them into place and they didn't move).
  • If you'd like extra chocolate Fingers around the edge of the house, simply spread over a little melted chocolate and stick them in place.
  • Make little snowmen with marshmallows and melted white chocolate (I used little edible silver baubles for the eyes).
  • Chop the Flake bars into small pieces and 'glue' them together with melted chocolate to resemble a stack of firewood.
  • Dust the entire board and house lightly with icing sugar to resemble snow.


This Chocolate Christmas House can be made ahead of time - simply cover loosely with foil and set aside until needed.


Calories: 201kcal | Carbohydrates: 29g | Protein: 2g | Fat: 8g | Saturated Fat: 5g | Cholesterol: 2mg | Sodium: 49mg | Potassium: 76mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 23g | Vitamin A: 5IU | Vitamin C: 0.1mg | Calcium: 24mg | Iron: 0.9mg