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Christmas Tree desserts...dark chocolate covered sugar cones and crushed Smarties. Feel free to dress the cones in whatever style, colour or flavour you please. White chocolate and crushed peppermint candies would make for a deliciously festive tree! Or how about milk chocolate and crushed hazelnuts, almonds or pistachios?
Dangerously delicious brownie truffles I Heart Nap Time | I Heart Nap Time - Easy recipes, DIY crafts, Homemaking
1 18-ounce tube refrigerated ready-to-bake sugar-cookie dough 3 1.08-ounce tubes M&M;'s Minis Directions Heat oven according to the label directions. Cut the dough into 1/4-inch slices. Arrange on an ungreased baking sheet. Using green, yellow, and brown M&M;'s Minis, design Christmas trees as shown in photo. Bake until golden as the label directs. Cool on wire racks.
Duchess Potato Christmas Trees by Megan Reardon (Not Martha): Definitely one to file for next year!
I love this little tree! This candy cane topiary from Pizzazzerie is also made from a Styrofoam cone. The cone is covered with Royal Icing and the candy canes are set in the icing, which hardens when it dries. The tree is attached to a candle holder using a floral tube. Check out this tutorial.