Looking to get all Christmas fancy for your Christmas dinner? Then you are going to love these Christmas Tree Desserts!
Christmas Tree Desserts
Easy Christmas Tree Recipes
My kids and I love having fun with the holidays. We try to have as much fun as we can and to get as festive as we can and it is not just for Christmas but all holidays. We have a lot of fun hanging out together and spending time in the kitchen. We tend to end up with a super messy kitchen after our fun, but that is totally ok with me. We then all work together to clean up, but the memories we make while making treats and then eating them is so work the mess!
Most of them are crazy easy to make and don’t take being a professional to make. Plus these Christmas Tree Christmas Desserts look amazing even if you are not super skilled in decorating. If you really want to make your dessert making easier, get the kiddos to help!
These adorable Christmas pops are made with marshmallows and chocolate melts. Then a few sprinkles and tada you have an adorable Christmas Tree pop!
Homemade brownies are always a tasty treat, but they are even better at Christmas time when they look like little Christmas trees!
The beloved Rice Krispie treat has gone from blah to fab just in time for Christmas. With a Reese’s peanut butter cup for the trunk these Christmas tree treats are almost to cute to eat!
Mini cupcakes are perfect for a party. Theses Christmas tree cupcakes are the perfect size for a bite sized treat at a Christmas party!
Homemade sugar cookies in the shape of Christmas Trees are so elegant for a Christmas dessert. Made with no spread sugar cookie dough, they won’t lose shape when you bake them.
Oreos are one of the easiest cookies to make and decorate for Christmas. Just grab a package of cookies, some colored melting chocolate and you have an adorable Christmas Oreo cookie.
These meringue cookies are so perfect for Christmas. An easy to make cookie that has just the perfect sweetness when you bite into them.
These are great to make as a fun project with kids and then stick on top of cupcakes to make a really festive treat.
This easy Cinnamon roll Christmas tree recipe takes refrigerated cinnamon rolls and turns them into an amazing, easy Christmas morning breakfast.
Looking for more Christmas cookies and treats? Check out our 12 Days of Christmas Cookies, 7 Beautiful Christmas Sugar Cookies and our 25 Days of Christmas Cookies. You will be baking lots of tasty treats all month long!
Make sure you check out our big list of kids Christmas Crafts for even more fun to do with the kids!
If you are looking for more handprint art to do with the kids some of our favorites are Snowman Handprint Ornament, Santa Handprint Ornament, and Grinch Handprint DIY Ornament . If you want to keep on the handprint path, the next step is the footprints!
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There are so many tasty christmas treats that the kids will love and they are all perfect for any kids Christmas parties that you might have. Some of our favorite Christmas treats are Santa Hat Cupcakes and Whoville Cookies ! But you can check out the full list of Kid Friendly Christmas Treats and pick out your favorites to make with the kids!
If you are looking for cookie recipes we have you covered there too! Check out our Beautiful Christmas Sugar Cookies, 12 Days of Christmas Cookies, The Best Christmas Cookies Recipes, and Christmas Tree Desserts Recipes!
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