These Christmas tree desserts will add a cute festive touch to your holiday table! From Christmas tree brownies to cookies to cupcakes, you’re sure to find some Christmas tree shaped dessert ideas on this list!
One of the most popular Christmas past times is baking sweet treats and desserts. Everything from homemade Christmas candy to holiday cakes to Grandma’s cherry coconut cookies!
And every year I try to come up with some easy holiday treats to make with my kids! Last year we made these no-bake snowflake cookies using store-bought pizzelles and icing, and the year before that we made the classic chocolate-covered Ritz cracker cookies.
But this year on our holiday baking agenda, we’re incorporating some fun Christmas shaped desserts and treats! And nothing says “Christmas” like a Christmas tree!
This huge list of 40+ Christmas tree desserts is full of cute and delicious sweet treats to inspire you this season… now to just decide on one recipe!
Brownie Christmas Trees
Homemade brownies make the perfect sweet treat and these chocolate brownies are cut out and decorated to look like Christmas trees. The perfect Christmas tree brownies for parties or as a sweet treat for kids to enjoy.
Kids and adults will love these bite-sized Christmas tree brownies. Serve them up at holiday parties, school parties, or as a festive treat to enjoy at home.
These round Christmas brownies decorated with a thin piping tip look elegant and delicious! Perfect for a fancy adult holiday party!
The whimsical feel of these funky Christmas tree brownies is sure to put a smile on your kids’ faces. Such cute holiday brownie treats to make for a classroom party or the kids’ dessert table at your Christmas dinner!
These adorable triangle Christmas tree brownies use a candy cane for the tree trunk, and with a boxed mix and store-bought icing, they’re super easy to make!
These Christmas tree brownies are so easy to make with boxed brownie mix and canned frosting… and there’s no cookie cutter needed! The kids will LOVE helping to decorate these cute Christmas tree shaped treats!
I love the tall skinny shape of these Christmas tree brownie treats! With a few simple ingredients and a good ol’ butter knife, you can make these festive holiday desserts with your kids!
Christmas Tree Shaped Cookies
If you’re looking for simple semi-homemade Christmas treats to add to a gift tin and pass out to neighbors or co-workers this year, then you’ve got to try these Christmas tree Oreos! These no-bake treats are as beautiful as they are delicious, and they’re perfect for wrapping up to gift this holiday season!
Topped with a festive green icing and sprinkles to look like decorations, these stacked Christmas tree sugar cookies are made in three different sizes. Stack the cookies on top of each other to create a fun Christmas tree design.
These Christmas Oreos are a no-bake treat that everyone will love! With cute icing Christmas trees and white chocolate dipped “snow”, these adorable cookies are perfect for holiday gifts!
The decorations on these Christmas tree sugar cookies look picture-perfect thanks to a star shaped piping tip. Brightly colored sprinkles serve as the perfect “ornaments” for these sweet treats!
These chocolate peppermint Christmas tree cookies are the perfect blend of holiday flavors, and they aren’t overly sweet! Simply decorated with green icing and gold sprinkle balls, these holiday treats are elegant and delicious!
Nothing says Christmas like the flavor of peppermint, and these Christmas tree sugar cookies give you all the holiday feels with the addition of crushed up peppermints!
Meringue cookies are always a popular holiday treat. Make these meringue cookie Christmas trees for the holidays and you have a festive treat everyone can enjoy.
Need easy treat ideas for your Grinch-themed holiday party? These bright green Grinch sugar cookies are the perfect addition to your dessert table. Or bag them up for a fun themed party favor for guests to take home!
A perfect dessert for holiday parties and gatherings, this Christmas tree cookie cake is easy to make. The base is a chocolate chip cookie cake that’s delicious. White chocolate icing is colored green and topped with sprinkles for extra fun and to give it the holiday look.
Love the flavors of chocolate and matcha together? If so, you are going to want to try these easy to make matcha shortbread cookies for the holidays.
Here’s another festive Christmas cookie idea! These classic stacked Christmas tree cookies are made with star shaped cookies and green frosting, and even though they look super fancy, these Christmas tree desserts are actually easy to make!
Rice Krispie Christmas Trees
From the drizzle of green chocolate to the Reese’s cup “trunk”, these mini Christmas tree cereal treats are just adorable! A great treat to make for neighbors or your kids’ classroom party.
These easy Christmas tree Rice Krispies Treats are another fun way to turn your cereal treats into cute Christmas trees! Wrap up these cute Christmas shaped treats for kids to give them as classroom treats, or add these yummy trees to your holiday dessert table!
These festive Christmas tree Rice Krispies treats use the special red and green holiday edition of the classic cereal! With small bits of red and green Rice Krispies rice cereal mixed in, these adorable Christmas tree shaped desserts are perfect for classroom parties or edible gifts!
These 3D Christmas tree Rice Krispies Treats actually stand up, thanks to a Reese’s peanut butter cup “trunk”! I’m already planning to make these with my own kids this year, because they’re like a fun craft project and sweet Christmas treat in one!
Christmas Tree Cupcakes
I love the tall and skinny Christmas tree cones on these adorable Christmas tree cupcakes! With icing covered ice cream cones and delicious cupcakes, these are like two treats in one!
These beautiful Christmas cupcakes are reminiscent of sweet Christmas trees in the snow. With a homemade buttercream and coconut flake “snow”, these sweet treats will add a festive touch to your holiday dessert table!
These Christmas tree cupcakes get a dusting of powdered sugar to look like snow covered trees, and they’re topped with mini sprinkle stars! Made with homemade chocolate cake mix and frosting, these Christmas tree shaped treats are delicious and cute!
These homemade Christmas tree cupcakes are made with a deliciously fudgy and moist chocolate cake! Pipe on some bright green icing Christmas trees and use sprinkles for the ornaments, and you’ve got cute and delicious Christmas tree themed treats!
Need to make Christmas desserts for a crowd? Instead of decorating individual Christmas cupcakes, why not create a giant pull-apart cupcake Christmas tree?! I LOVE this easy idea, and the different icing piping patterns on each cupcake make this Christmas dessert even more lovely!
Christmas Tree Chocolate Pretzels
These green chocolate Christmas tree pretzels are so easy to make with green chocolate melting wafers, pretzel sticks, and holiday sprinkles. Your kids will love decorating these cute Christmas tree shaped treats too!
These pretzel Christmas trees are a different take on the popular holiday snack, done with a smaller piping tip. Pretzels are covered in a green icing and then decorated with colorful candy gems and snowflake sprinkles to create a delicious and kid-friendly treat for the holidays.
So many of the pretzel Christmas trees that you see are made with smaller pretzel sticks, but these pretzel rod Christmas tree desserts are made with larger pretzels – perfect for wrapping in cellophane gift bags and using as party favors or classroom Christmas treats!
Who says that your Christmas tree treats have to be green? I LOVE these pink pretzel Christmas trees… perfect for my teen daughter’s annual Christmas party with her friends!
Here’s another non-green Christmas tree treat idea! Just use regular milk or semi-sweet chocolate to make your yummy Christmas tree pretzels! Perfect for if you don’t like to use color dyes!
Christmas Tree Dessert Centerpieces
If you’re looking for a show-stopping holiday dessert that can double as a beautiful centerpiece for your table, then try one of these 3-D stacked Christmas tree desserts! Just grab a styrofoam cone from the craft store, and toothpick bite-sized treats to it for a cute dessert that’s perfect for grazing.
Chocolate covered Oreo balls are easy to make and a delicious treat everyone can enjoy. For this Oreo cookie ball centerpiece, they are stacked and decorated to look like a Christmas tree.
Color Rice Krispies then form them into balls for this 3D Rice Krispies Christmas tree centerpiece. Decorate your “tree” with melting chocolate and an assortment of holiday sprinkles for a Christmas tree treat that’s (almost) too pretty to eat!
Store-bought donut holes get a festive makeover with this Donut Hole Christmas tree! This beautiful “snow covered” donut hole tree would be perfect as the centerpiece for your holiday breakfast or brunch, or to serve your family on Christmas morning!
Other Christmas Tree Treats
This adorable white chocolate Christmas tree bark would be a perfect treat to add to your Christmas cookie tins! With crushed up peppermints and pretzel “trunks”, these chocolate trees are just as tasty as they are festive!
Ice cream cone Christmas trees are a classic holiday treat to make with your kids, and for good reason! They’re super cute and easy to make with store-bought ingredients, and your little ones will LOVE decorating them!
An easy to make snack or party treat for guests to enjoy! These cherry hand pies are shaped like Christmas trees for the holidays and are full of cherry flavor.
Isn’t it funny how the tree-shaped Reese’s peanut butter cups seem to taste better than the original version? I could eat a whole bag of those Christmas treats in one sitting! So why not try making your own copycat peanut butter cup Christmas trees with this festive recipe!
Here’s another fun way to decorate your homemade peanut butter chocolate Christmas trees – like the popular Little Debbie snack cakes… What a fun surprise!
These blueberry Christmas tree hand pies are another option for easy holiday desserts made with simple ingredients. Serve these elegant tree shaped pastries for dessert or holiday brunch!
I’d never guess that these little works of art are actually delicious Oreo balls shaped like Christmas trees! With luster dust and brightly colored sprinkles, these Christmas tree Oreo desserts are almost too pretty to eat!
These meringue Christmas tree pops are light, crispy, and perfectly sweet. Wrap them up in a cellophane bag and tie with a pretty ribbon for the perfect take-home party favor!
For the kids, homemade pop tarts are typically served as breakfast items but recently they have become popular with parties and gatherings. These Christmas tree pop tarts will make a fun sweet treat for holiday parties and family gatherings.
I hope you and your family LOVE these Christmas tree shaped dessert ideas! And be sure to check out some of my other Christmas treats to make this year:
- Red and Green Christmas Bundt Cake – This delicious and easy Christmas bundt cake is made with a boxed cake mix and different shades of food coloring… the inside of the cake is “tie dyed” red and green for lots of “ooh’s” and “ahh’s” as you cut into it!
- Snowman Oreos – These easy no-bake snowman Oreos are the cutest you’ll find anywhere, and they’re so easy to make!
- Edible Christmas Sugar Cookie Dough – Tempted to eat the cookie dough when you’re making Christmas cookies every year? Make this edible sugar cookie dough with your favorite red and green candies!
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