Saturday, December 1, 2012

Edible Christmas Trees {Sweets and Treats}


Helllloooooo December!

Tis the season….for company parties and neighborhood gatherings! At some point this season, there is a good chance you are going to have to bring SOME food to SOME get together, so why not make it something fun? Now I’m not saying there is anything wrong with a batch of fresh cookies, but cookies are WAY over done during the holiday season. And can be really time consuming. And you have to hide the leftovers from yourself so you don’t eat them…..

Edible Christmas Trees {Veggies, Fruits, Sweets}


Anyways, circling back! Use this list as some inspiration for your holiday party dish! Surprise people and show up with one of these gorgeous veggie trees! They look spectacular, and won’t put everyone into a sugar-induced coma! Win-win!

As with all my lists, I've hyper-linked in the original source in each description so you can find the details easier!


Knuckle Salad made these ice cream Christmas Trees:

Pinterest user Monica McCue shared this fruit based Christmas Tree:

This candy based tree is great, however I can't find the original source!

Carolyn Black made this elegant veggie tree:

Hostess with the Mostess shared these rock candy trees:

Make Myself At Home shared this healthy party appetizer recipe:

Edible Crafts shared this beautiful sandwich tree:

Chef Linny uploaded this lovely veggie tree onto Pinterest:

Cute Everything shared these snowball trees:

Good + Happy Day shared this tree shaped fruit salad:

The Pint Sized Baker shared these Christmas Tree cake pops:

Jeanne Benedict shares this veggie Christmas tree:

Made It On Monday made this tree bread:

Can't Stop Making Things shows how to make a strawberry Christmas Tree:

Heather Duffield uploaded this incredible Christmas cookie tree to Pinterest:

The Ivory Social made these blue and white cupcakes:

Delia Creates made this Christmas pizza:

Parents.com shared this brownie tree:

Kristy Olmos uploaded this amazing tree display on Pinterest:

Wannagreenbean.com (currently down) made this lovely veggie tree:

BHG shared this edible Christmas tree:

Another sourceless beauty, this cookie based tree display:

Patti K uploaded this candy based Christmas tree to Pinterest:

This meringue tree is circulating around Pinterest, but having a hard time finding its original source:

The Kitchn shared these potato Christmas Trees:

Wishingwell Art from Etsy's tree shaped sugar cubes:

I'm having a hard time tracking down the original source of this cheese and olives tree:


Katie Flower uploaded this lovely Christmas Tree cake"

Betty Crocker's Christmas Tree vegetable platter:

Candy Crush Events from Etsy shared this Christmas candy topiary:


Kraft shared this cheesy Christmas Tree recipe:

Whimsical Landscape Christmas tree cookies by Sweet Anna Cakes on Etsy:

Rutherford Family Happenings Christmas tree waffles:

Highland Bakery's snowy blue and white cake:

Bakers Royale's Christmas Tree Meringue Cookies:

Erica's Sweet Tooth shared these strawberry Christmas Tree Brownie Bites:

Chocolate and Carrots Chocolate Raspberry Forest Cake:


Cute And Sweet Boutique's Christmas Tree Cake:

13 comments:

  1. What a fun post! I love all of the tree ideas, thanks for including my site!

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  2. I'd love to have you come by on Wednesday to my link party and link these up! Thank you!

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    1. I'm so sorry for the delay! My notifications aren't working to good :( Sorry I missed the link up :(

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  3. Thank you for the lights tutorial, my husband always does the lights and he is terrible at it! I am going to forward this to him!! Also, I love all the edible trees, thank you so much, I have been pinning away! You must look at my mantle post Nov 30, it is very sparkly!!

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    1. :) Glad to share some beautiful inspiration your way! I hope your lights are just dazzling next year :)

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  4. What an awesome round up! Thanks so much for including my tree bread!

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    1. You are most welcome Jill, thanks for stopping by!

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  5. Great round up! Thank you for including my forest cake! :-)

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    1. Aww, thanks Caroline! Your forest cake is AMAZING! I bet it is spectacular in person :)

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  6. Wow, what a beautiful (and thorough!) list of edible trees. At this moment, I want all of them even more than I want a real tree!

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    1. Hahah I know! I'd love to have a mini forest of these trees on a pretty table. Though I suppose as I snack on them they would be as lovely to look at lol!

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  7. Thanks for including my vegetable christmas tree in your lovely list! I have posted a step by step on how to make this, check it out on my blog: http://carvingfruitintoediblearrangements.blogspot.com/

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    1. That is awesome! Thanks for sharing the link :) I'll be sure to use that in an upcoming party!

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