Gearing up to entertain for the holidays? These Christmas tree themed treats will help spruce up your dessert table!
Cake pops make fabulous finger foods. You can make tree pops with brownie mix, and use candy canes as sticks, or just glaze mini cakes with green icing, add sprinkles and candy decor, and pop them onto a popsicle stick.
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For the cupcake enthusiast, you can make tree-like cupcakes using chocolate cake that's iced green with sugar pieces on top.
If you're a pie lover, bake apple pie then top it with Christmas tree-shaped cookies after baking.
However, if you'd prefer cake to pie, prepare yourself! This decadent sweet in the video above with a holiday tree on top will be an impressive addition to any dessert table.
Another option is a light green iced cake, garnished with tree pieces and a holiday message of joy.
Watch the video above to see all of these Christmas tree themed desserts in action, gather round the goodies, and help yourself to another serving of holiday fun!
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