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Daze your friends with this Christmas tree dessert

No Holiday season is complete without a Christmas cake. You have to ensure that the cake you are presenting is one of the best looking and finger licking delicious. So if you want to get creative in the kitchen, you’ve got to check out this classic recipe of Christmas tree red velvet cake. These tree-shaped desserts are a treat for the whole family and they really do taste as good as they look.

These tree-shaped desserts with a waffle ice cream cone layer in between is bound to add a super crunch to your Christmas Eve. All you need is 1 package red velvet cake mix (baked according to box directions), ice cream cones, cream cheese frosting bought from a store or simply homemade. For the tree-shaped dessert use green food coloring and decorative sprinkles.

Crumble the red velvet cake into small pieces by hand or with a help of a spoon, then gently stuff red velvet cake crumbling’s into the waffle ice cream cone. Take a bowl and mix frosting with food color. You can always increase or decrease the quantity of color according to your desired shade.

Using a hand blender mix the entire mixture you have in your bowl and once completely mixed, use a piping bag with a star tip and start piping the icing around the outside of the cone. Don’t forget to leave about bottom ½- inch area of the waffle, as it will replicate the tree trunk. Last but most important, decorate your red velvet Christmas tree with sprinkles, and you’re all set to serve it and get maximum accolades for minimum effort.  

If you’re not using market bought mix frosting, you can make it yourself in the comfort of your kitchen. All you need is two cups of powdered sugar, eight OZ. softened cream cheese and ½ stick softened butter which will do the job.

There you have it. Bring a touch of zing to your Christmas parties with these cute Christmas edible trees. 

Credit: People

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