It’s that wonderful time of the year again! The holiday season is filled with joy, laughter, and endless amounts of food. Whether you’re looking to add a festive treat to your dessert lineup or are looking for something to bring to your next holiday party, a Christmas Tree Snack Cake is the perfect option. This fun and easy-to-make dessert will impress any guest and have everyone asking for the recipe. Read on to discover how to make your own Christmas Tree Snack Cake.
can of green frosting
bag of small candy (M&Ms or Skittles)
bag of large candy (Hershey kisses or cherry cordials)
star-shaped candy (Peppermint Patty)
Bake the Cake
The first step in making your Christmas Tree Snack Cake is to bake the chocolate cake mix. Once done, set the cake aside to cool.
Cut Your Tree
Using a serrated knife, trim the edges of the cake into the shape of a tree. Make sure that the base of the tree is wider than the top.
Cover the entire cake with the green frosting. This will be the “leaves” of the tree.
Decorate with Candy
Here’s where the fun part comes in! Using the small candies, decorate the tree in any way that you like. Add M&Ms or Skittles to resemble ornaments, or place Hershey kisses to create a garland.
Add the Finishing Touch
Finally, place the star-shaped candy at the top of the tree. A Peppermint Patty works great for this!
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