Chocolate Christmas Tree Cupcakes with Cream Cheese Frosting

Chocolate Christmas Tree Cupcakes with Cream Cheese Frosting

We’ve got an all-star lineup on this one, folks: Moist chocolate cupcakes slathered with tangy cream cheese frosting that’s dusted with shredded coconut (read: snow) and topped with an edible Christmas tree.

Gather a dozen or so of these beauties for a fun touch to your holiday table or nestle your gingerbread house inside an edible forest.

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Christmas Tree Confetti Cupcakes

Christmas Tree Confetti Cupcakes

There’s no reason gingerbread and peppermint should get the limelight during the holiday season. These confetti cupcakes are topped with another favorite Christmas symbol – the tree.

With a base of homemade confetti cupcakes and a healthy helping of Cool Whip frosting, these tiny trees come together in a perfect combination of flavor and Christmas spirit.

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Chocolate Christmas Tree Cupcakes

Chocolate Christmas Tree Cupcakes

Christmas is getting closer, which means holiday parties are in full-swing. If you’re looking for a festive recipe to take to this weekend’s bash, these chocolate Christmas tree cupcakes should do the trick! It’s worth noting that the trees are chocolate, not the cupcakes, but don’t let that turn you off. While this simple white cupcake recipe is great on its own, adding a bit of buttercream frosting and adorable handmade trees on top makes a tasty, festive forest of deliciousness. Who doesn’t love an entire forest of yummy?

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Candy Cane Christmas Tree Cupcakes


For some showstopping Christmas treats, check out these cupcakes. Each is topped with a Christmas tree! Although they look complicated, the set-up is actually quite simple, thanks to a little creativity. The trunk of the tree is made from a classic peppermint candy cane, while the tree itself consists of the bottom section of an ice cream sugar coat coated with candy melt, sanding sugar and sprinkles. With decorations like these, the cupcake itself gets overlooked — until you bite into it, that is!
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