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How to Make Christmas Tree Cake Pops

I’m so excited for Christmas! That’s why I made these super cute Christmas Tree Cake Pops! They are so cute and easy to make!
Christmas is approaching way too quickly!
I am so NOT ready yet!
NOT EVEN CLOSE!
No cards done yet.
Minimal presents bought.
A few cookies in the freezer.
 A basic Christmas day “plan”.
But, the tree is up and finally decorated!
The lights are up outside.

My mantel place is decorated.Our Elf on the Shelf has been flying around at night.

And these Christmas Tree Cake Pops are chillin’ in the freezer.
These trees are really easy to make and decorate.
I used Green Candy Melts, light and dark green sugar, sprinkles, and silver Sixlets for the tops. (I think my Little Cup ate all the stars. I’ve got to monitor her sprinkle consumption better!)
Simply shape a cake pop into a triangular shape.
Chill.
Melt Candy.
Dip stick and attach to cake ball. Dip cake ball.
Shake on sugar sprinkles and allow to dry.
Using candy as the glue, attach “ornaments”. I used Chocolate covered Sunflower Seeds here.
Or drizzle candy around the tree creating a garland of sprinkles.
For a “shaggy” or textured tree, use a toothpick to lift the candy away from the pop giving it a textured effect. This can really hide an “ugly” cake pop.
PS 2012-10-20 Christmas Tree Cake Pops
How to Make Christmas Tree Cake Pops
Recipe Type: Cake Pops
Author: Karyn Granrud
Prep time:
Total time:
Serves: 10-12
I’m so excited for Christmas! That’s why I made these super cute Christmas Tree Cake Pops! They are so cute and easy to make!
Ingredients
  • 1/4 of a baked 9×13 cake
  • 1 – 3 Tbls frosting
  • Green Candy Melts
  • Various Sprinkles to decorate
Instructions
  1. Crumble up the cake and mix in the frosting to make your cake pop batter. Measure out 1 tablespoon of the cake pop batter.
  2. Shape a cake pop into a cone shape.
  3. Melt the green candy melts in the microwave.
  4. Dip stick and attach to cake ball. Dip cake ball.
  5. Shake on sugar sprinkles and allow to dry.
  6. Using candy as the glue, attach “ornaments”. I used Chocolate covered Sunflower Seeds or drizzle candy around the tree creating a garland of sprinkles.
  7. For a “shaggy” or textured tree, use a toothpick to lift the candy away from the pop giving it a textured effect. This can really hide an “ugly” cake pop.
For a great video, check out this one from KCBakes!
Have Fun and Enjoy!
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