DEC
05
2011

Edible Christmas Trees

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Looking for an easy and yummy Christmas craft you can do with your kids this season? I guarantee they’ll love these edible Christmas trees!

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Ingredients:

  • Sugar cones
  • Green frosting (Or white frosting with green food coloring added in)
  • Various sprinkles for decorating such as: Red Hots, mini-m&ms;, sprinkles, edible glitter etc.
  • Butter knife to spread frosting
  • Plastic tray or cookie sheet to work on. (I love these trays from Lakeshorewe use them for everything including beads, moon-sand, play-doh, glitter projects, anything that can be potentially disastrous to my kitchen.)

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Instructions:

  • Spread green frosting all over cone.
  • Roll in sprinkles, glitter etc
  • Push on red-hots or mini m&m; for ornaments
  • Eat!

 

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Decorate as desired:


Then enjoy! It’s as simple as that, and these are so yummy and fun your kids will be asking to do them again!

 

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Comments

  1. What a fab idea which I will be doing this weekend with my kiddos! x

  2. So adorable!!!!

  3. We made these at our 4 H meeting and the kids loved it! We also used red licorice for garland.

  4. What an awesome idea! These would be a perfect activity for our home learners group Christmas party and book exchange. I also like the idea of using licorice for garland from The Happy Homeschool Mom. Thanks for sharing.

  5. We have this on our agenda this week as well! So fun!

  6. Way too cute!! I think we will try this and then hit the park to burn off all that sugar:) LOVE it!!

  7. Cute idea!!! We’re going to do this too! We have kids fish oil gummy vitamins that are yellow or red glittery stars (plus glittery fish), so we will put one on top of our trees!

  8. Your edible trees turned out great! We just did these, too! http://myhomeschooltale.blogspot.com/2011/12/christmas-tree-treats.html

    Andrea @ myhomeschooltale.blogspot.com

  9. my son saw this & really wants to do it. Time for a store run :) looks simple yet fun

  10. think we will be doing this one as well. they will LOVE it!!

  11. We made these trees and had sooo much fun making them. We just finished making gingerbread houses. This was a great way to use up some of our old candy that we had sitting around.

    btw , I love your website !!! You have the neatest ideas :)

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