Sugar Cone Christmas Trees

O Christmas Tree! O Christmas Tree! These Sugar Cone Christmas Trees are great if your looking to create an edible Christmas Scene. You can use them as a centerpiece for your table or just because and they are fun for kids to make too. Plus, they are easy to make if you haven’t quite mastered making a gingerbread house.
Your creativity can run as wild as you allow it when decorating these. I used holiday ingredients I already had in the pantry.

Ingredients
Sugar Cones (You can always make your own)
Holiday Color M&Ms
Mini Marshmallows
Red & Green Sprinkles
White Cake Gems
Coconut
Green Food Color Spray
Red Candy Gel
Vanilla Candy Coating Chocolate

Again, you want to set up your station. Take your mini marshmallows and cut them in halves. Melt candy coating. Dip or spoon your chocolate onto your sugar cone. Then decorate to your liking and place on wax paper to harden. I dipped one in the melted vanilla coating, sprayed with green food color, sprinkled with coconut and placed a marshmallow on top as a tree topper (gum drops would be good here too). Two of the cones I dipped in the melted vanilla coating and sprinkled with red and green sprinkles. I dipped another one in the vanilla coating and placed white cake gems on the sugar cone and then I drew lines around the sugar cone with red candy gel and another I placed red and green m&ms. The possibilities are endless so get as creative as you like! 🙂

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Thanks Bitches! XO

myname

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