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Making Christmas Tree Brownies

These Christmas Tree Brownies are so easy to make and add a fun and festive element to any holiday party. 

Christmas tree brownies

Christmas Tree Brownies

These are so cute and festive. They are sure to be a hit at your party.

What I love about these fun brownies

  • They are so easy to make
  • a fun holiday treat for any occasion
  • brownies are always a big hit

Christmas tree brownies

FAQs

Make-Ahead and Storage

How far in advance can I make these Christmas brownies?

You can easily make these brownies a few days in advance. Store them covered in an airtight container at room temperature

Do I have to use a Piping Bag for this Recipe?

No. If you don’t want to use a piping bag and tip, just snip a little corner out of a zip-tight bag to squeeze the  frosting out of

Where can I find Green frosting?

Around the holidays, you can usually find a frosting can called Funfetti. I believe Pillsbury makes it and it’s found in the baking aisles or in a holiday baking section.

If you can’t find green frosting, then use green food coloring to color white frosting

Christmas tree brownies

Tips and Tricks:

  • easily remove brownies from the pan by lining the pan with parchment paper
  • I used a flat tip with a piping bag to decorate my Christmas tree brownies
  • you don’t have to have a flat tip, you can just use a baggie with the corner cut out to squeeze out green zig-zags
  • use Christmas sprinkles or rainbow sprinkles to decorate the frosting
  • a gold star on top is a cute addition
  • break candy canes for tree stems

If you are ready to make this cute treat, let’s make sure you have everything you’ll need:

Ingredients:

  • milk chocolate brownies baked in a 9×13 inch pan and cooled off
  • green frosting
  • Christmas round sprinkles
  • Yellow star sprinkles
  • Candy Cane

Extra Equipment

  • a piping bag with a narrow flat tip or a baggie with a corner snipped out

How do you make Christmas Tree Brownies?

  • pull the cooled-off brownies out of the pan
  • cut the crisp edges off
  • using a long serrated knife, cut the brownies into triangles – I was able to get 10 brownies out of my batch
  • break candy canes and insert a straight piece into the bottom of the triangle for the tree stem
  • add frosting to a baggie or piping bag and make zig-zags going from the top of the tree to the bottom
  • shake sprinkles onto the green frosting
  • add a yellow star to the top

More fun Christmas Treats and Snack Ideas: 

Santa Cheese Board 

Rudolph Brownies 

Reindeer Rice Krispies Treats 

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Making Christmas Tree Brownies

Cute Christmas tree brownies

  • Author: Melissa
  • Prep Time: 15 minutes
  • Cook Time: 25-30 minutes
  • Total Time: 1 minute
  • Yield: 10-12 servings

Ingredients

  • milk chocolate brownies baked in a parchment paper lined 9×13 inch pan and cooled off
  • green frosting
  • Christmas round sprinkles
  • Yellow star sprinkles
  • Candy Cane

Instructions

  • pull the cooled-off brownies out of the pan
  • cut the crisp edges off

cutting triangles for Christmas tree brownies

  • using a long serrated knife, cut the brownies into triangles – I was able to get 10 brownies out of my batch
  • break candy canes and insert a 2-inch long straight piece into the bottom of the triangle for the tree stem
  • add frosting to a baggie (snip a corner after frosting is inside) or piping bag with a narrow flat tip and make zig-zags going from the top of the tree to the bottom
  • shake sprinkles onto the green frosting
  • add a yellow star to the top

Notes

How far in advance can I make these Christmas brownies?

You can easily make these brownies a few days in advance. Store them covered in an airtight container at room temperature

Do I have to use a Piping Bag for this Recipe?

No. If you don’t want to use a piping bag and tip, just snip a little corner out of a zip-tight bag to squeeze the  frosting out of

Where can I find Green frosting?

Around the holidays, you can usually find a frosting can called Funfetti. I believe Pillsbury makes it and it’s found in the baking aisles or in a holiday baking section.

If you can’t find green frosting, then use green food coloring to color white frosting

Tips and Tricks:

  • easily remove brownies from the pan by lining the pan with parchment paper
  • I used a flat tip with a piping bag to decorate my Christmas tree brownies
  • you don’t have to have a flat tip, you can just use a baggie with the corner cut out to squeeze out green zig-zags
  • use Christmas sprinkles or rainbow sprinkles to decorate the frosting
  • a gold star on top is a cute addition
  • break candy canes for tree stems

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