Sugar Cookies Christmas Tree
Made with star shaped cookie cutters, stack them up to make a sugar cookies Christmas tree.
This is one Christmas tree you won’t have to worry about taking down after the holidays.
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stacked sugar cookies Christmas tree
Ever hear someone say, “that decoration looks good enough to eat?” Well this sugar cookies Christmas tree tastes as good as it looks!
- sugar cookie dough, (and glaze)
- cookie cutters, star-shaped, 5 different sizes
- green edible glitter
- red edible sugar balls
- white star-shaped candy, optional
- Make sugar cookie dough and cut into star shapes (you'll need approximately 5 each of 5 different size stars per tree, depending on how tall you want your tree).
- Bake cookies per recipe instructions and let cool completely then ice cookies with glaze.
- While glaze is still wet, sprinkle cookies with green edible glitter and add edible sugar balls to each point of the stars. Allow icing to harden, about 30 minutes.
- To assemble the tree, stack the 5 largest cookies, offsetting each slightly then repeat with progressively smaller groups of cookies.
- Use icing to secure a white candy star to the top of the tree, if desired.
Edible glitter is my new favorite baking decoration!
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I want to make this for christmas.After it is finished how do you eat the cookie without destroying the branches because royal icing can set very hard
I also think the cookies are very brown. Are these sugar cookies or another recipe?
Question…did you use the sugar cookie recipe or did you use a gingerbread recipe?.. one looks a brownish color. Thinking I like the brownish color more. :-) thank you.
I have to make this with my grandchildren… thank you for sharing !❤️