Learn how to make delicious and beautiful edible Christmas trees to make your supper decor even more themed.
Edible Christmas trees make anyone’s mouth water and beautify the table at Christmas dinner. These creations make the decor more creative, elegant and charming. The most interesting thing is that one tree is tastier than another.
The edible Christmas tree is a creative option to surprise family members on December 25th. This ornament can be assembled with different foods, such as fruits, vegetables, sweets and cold cuts.
At the end of the Christmas party, all guests can taste the ingredients from the edible tree!
1. Tree with Christmas cookies
Prepare Christmas cookies using star-shaped pans. You can bake them to make them prettier and more themed. Then build a small Christmas tree, stacking the cookies.
2. Sigh tree
The sigh is not a typical Christmas candy, but it can be used to build a beautiful edible tree to decorate the supper. To make the ornament, just provide a cake plate, place a Styrofoam cone in the centre and skewer each meringue with a wooden toothpick to place in the cone. Finish with a ribbon bow.
3. Tree with colds
While supper is not being served, you can set up a Christmas tree-shaped breakfast board to serve the guests. Provide small pieces of cheese, tomatoes and parsley. The result is a beautiful and tasty adornment.
4. Rain dumpling tree
The tree with rain cookies is set up in the same way as the tree with meringues. Prepare these delicacies, pass in sugar and then fix in a Styrofoam cone. The greatest amount must be concentrated in the base. Finish this beautiful centrepiece with a gold ribbon bow.
5. Truffle tree
Chocolate is not exclusive to Easter, it also has a place at Christmas. Be inspired by the image above to make an edible tree with truffles.
6. Carolina tree
Carolina is a sweet of French origin, a kind of mini-bomb filled with dulce de leche and chocolate coating. You can buy some units at the bakery and put them in a Styrofoam cone with the help of wooden sticks. Add a few pieces of chips to decorate.
7. Honey Bread Tree
To make the edible tree, just provide a Styrofoam cone and stick the honey buns with toothpicks. Then make an elegant decoration with cinnamon sticks and a ribbon bow. This decoration can be used as a centrepiece for supper and then the honey buns will serve as dessert.
8. Macaron tree
Macaron is sweet of French origin, but it also finds space in Christmas decorations. You can take several copies of this delicate candy and assemble a Christmas tree, using a Styrofoam cone to secure them.
9. Fruit tree
The Christmas tree with fruit is absolute success on the Christmas supper table. To assemble it, you’ll need kiwi rings, whole strawberries, grapes, and mango pieces cut into a star shape. Assemble the base with a piece of halved green coconut and a carrot. Secure the fruit with wooden sticks. Decorate the dish on which the tree was mounted with mint leaves.
10. Strawberry and chocolate tree
Using a Styrofoam cone, you will fix the strawberries. Fruits should preferably have the same shape. Then bathe your edible tree in melted milk chocolate.
11. Tree with vegetables
Your edible Christmas tree can be mounted horizontally using a variety of vegetables. In the example above, broccoli, carrots, potatoes, pumpkin and mini-tomatoes were used.
12. Salad Tree
The Christmas tree can serve as an inspiration to decorate each guest’s salad plate for supper. You can create a creative composition with cucumbers, green peppers, black olives, green olives and tomatoes.
13. Jujube tree
Will your Christmas dinner have many children? So there’s nothing better than setting up jelly bean trees to decorate the table. These decorations are cheerful, fun and tasty.
14. Ice Cream Cone Tree
Put an ice cream cone on each cupcake that will be served for Christmas. Then, decorate with green royal icing, trying to reproduce the shape of a Christmas pine tree. Your supper guests will love it!
15. Candy tree
Using Sonho de Valsa and Ouro Branco candies, you can assemble a beautiful and tasty mini Christmas tree. On top of your creation, don’t forget to put on a gold star.
16. Ferrero Rocher Tree
Ferrero Rocher’s tree is perfect to decorate any furniture in the living room or even the supper table. To prepare it, all you need to do is place the bonbons with golden packaging with the Christmas balls, which must have the same size. Finish the job with a gold bow on top.
17. Cupcake Tree
The decoration of the Christmas cupcakes is very simple and practical. Just decorate each cupcake with green frosting and then add some colourful candies. The mould must also be green.
18. Threaded tree
At Christmas, some people usually prepare doughnuts to present to their loved ones. Instead of making the usual recipe, you can get inspired by the Christmas tree and opt for a different setup. In the image above, the triangular shape resulted from the combination of balls. Garnish with coconut syrup and cherries.
19. Candy Christmas Tree
You can build your Christmas tree using wrapped candy. Each package can be shaped like a small gift, to further represent the Christmas atmosphere. At the top, put a red bow.
20. Brownie Tree
Brownie is a chocolate cake that tends to have a heavier dough than other cakes. You can cut it into triangular slices and decorate them with candy in green and red, like a small Christmas tree.
21. Sushi tree
If your supper is going to have an oriental menu, then there’s nothing better than setting up a small tree with sushi to decorate the table. These dumplings are made with seasoned rice, seaweed, vegetables and some kind of fish.
22. Cucumber Tree
Cut a cucumber into slices and fix them on a barbecue stick. It is important to respect the layout proposed by the image above to enhance the shape of a tree. Garnish with pieces of red and yellow peppers.
23. Cheese tree
Cut the cheese into triangular pieces and fix them on a barbecue toothpick, which in turn should be stuck in a lemon cut in half. Decorate the base with parsley and tomatoes.
24. Cake tree
Cut the cake pandeló in the shape of stars, trying to vary the size in order to stack and assemble the tree. Decorate with icing sugar and candy in green and red.
25. Pancake Tree
You don’t know what to serve for breakfast on December 25th? Then bet on the pancake-shaped like a Christmas tree. Decorate it with icing sugar and raspberry jam.
26. Christmas tree mini pizzas
An idea that has everything to be successful with children is the mini pizza in the shape of a Christmas tree. With this delight on the palate, the little ones will definitely get in the mood for the commemorative date. The pasta has a cheese filling and a beautiful decoration with vegetables.
27. Tree with Caprese skewers
Looking for a charming appetizer to serve with your Christmas dinner? So the tip is to bet on Caprese skewers. With basil leaves, cherry tomatoes and buffalo mozzarella you make this delight. Don’t forget to arrange the skewers on the tray to mimic the shape of a Christmas tree.
28. Mini cucumber and carrot trees
This tree is made with toothpicks, cucumbers and carrots. It is an idea that serves as an aperitif and adorns the supper table. Not to mention that it is a true invitation to healthy eating.
29. Salad Tree
This small tree was structured with spinach leaves, cherry tomatoes, yellow cheese, whole grain bread and grated white cheese. Impossible not to be enchanted by such delicacy!
30. Tree with cheese and grapes
This idea is perfect for rustic Christmas decor. The structure of the tree has several ingredients, such as grapes, cheese and rosemary.