Edible Mini X-MAS Trees

Edible Mini Christmas Trees to eat !! These would make such cute and adorable center pieces at the kids' Christmas table,and they can make the trees themselves

Edible Mini Christmas Trees to eat !! These would make such cute and adorable center pieces at the kids’ Christmas table – that is, if your kids have their own table … if not, they are just fine for the adult table as well, don’t you think?

As soon as I saw this idea in a magazine, I wanted to make them, so.. I made the three larger ones using standard size ice-cream cones and then I found some mini cones in my freezer as well.. they might even be cuter than the larger trees!

This is what I used :

Standard ice-cream cones

Mini cones

A variety of soft candy

Melting chocolate

Sprinkles and other cake decorations

Edible glitter

See how easy this was to make:

Standard size cones; Melt the chocolate and cover the cones – starting from the bottom, stick the candy to the chocolate {if the chocolate is still a bit runny.. hold the candy in place for 30 – 40 seconds} – round-round to the top. Sprinkle with edible glitter and chill a few minutes to set.

Mini cones; I rolled these in the melted chocolate and lightly sprinkled them with all sorts of cake decorations, chill to set.

Easy !

***A great idea which I did not do (as my kids are grown-ups and no grandkids) is to place a small toy or lolly pop inside the larger cones, use icing to “glue” the bottom to a round cookie and then start with the tree. The mini cones can have a small piece of paper with a joke or game inside,.. or even filled with caramel or mini marshmallows and closed the same way with icing and cookies. ***

Do you like them?  Do your kids have their own table at Christmas or any other occasions?

LINDA

32 thoughts on “Edible Mini X-MAS Trees”

  1. Now these are my kind of trees! I love them. What an awesome idea! Thanks so much for sharing at A Bouquet of Talent.
    HUGS
    Kathy

  2. These are so fun! The kids would love them. We have A Christmas Eve party with the family and always make and do fun things. I will have to remember this. I already bought gingerbread house kits for this year. The trees would be a fun thing. Thanks for sharing with Share Your Cup.
    hugs,
    Jann

  3. These are GREAT! I don't think they'd last very long on my kid's table…they'd gobble them right up!
    Thanks for sharing these and your other projects at Think Tank Thursday. I hope to see you tomorrow night!

  4. I love this idea!! Thank you so much for sharing all your fabulous ideas at our Create & Share party!!

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