Christmas Tree Cupcakes

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ChristmasTreeCupcakes

Hello fellow bakers!

I hope you enjoy this tutorial and have fun making these Christmas Tree cupcakes, I would love to see photos of your creations and please feel free to comment with your suggestions and tips!

Christmas Tree Cupcakes Instructions…

As you can see from the ingredients, nothing complicated here! Just ordinary waffle cones from the supermarket and you won’t have trouble tracking down candy canes this time of year.

The candy melts you can get from a variety specialist cake stores, but you also just use white chocolate with a little green food colouring. This also goes for the specialist coloured sugars I have above, if you don’t want to splash out, grab a ziplock food bag, pour in granulated sugar and a few drops of food colouring, zip up, and shake until you get your desired colour!

To keep it short and sweet I haven’t included a cupcake recipe as I’m sure you already have one you like to use! Coat the cupcake in buttercream and sugar, then make a hole in the cupcake. Pour in a little melted chocolate and put the candy cane in (you may need to hold it for a few seconds while the chocolate sets).

I made the presents out of fondant icing, but you could easily use dolly mixutre!

Coat the waffle cones in the candy melts (or coloured chocolate) then roll into the coloured sugar. Finish off with a few silver / coloured dragees (I used left over candy melts to stick them to the tree).

Once dry, drop a little melted chocolate into the cones and place on the candy canes until dry! Voila, so simple but so pretty! If you have any questions or suggestions, please comment below!

Jem x

  1. Gaynor bate
    Gaynor bate12-15-2010

    I just want to say That I am well impressed with the way your creative flair has come out in a thing like cup cakes. they not only look amazing but they taste amazing to. i just want to wish you great success in your business. They are reasonable priced and great fun

  2. Stephen
    Stephen12-15-2010

    Absolutely Beautiful!
    I’m gonna have to give it a go…
    fingers crossed 😀

  3. IcedJems
    IcedJems12-15-2010

    Thankyou for the wonderful comments!

  4. Paul Casey
    Paul Casey12-18-2010

    Jemma,

    Your cakes look amazing! Brave move committing all your time to the business and I hope it works out for you.

    All the best.

  5. Harriet
    Harriet12-20-2010

    These are AMAZING, so much fun and easy to make. I served them at my christmas party and I had everybody commenting on how imaginative and tasty they were. Thank you Iced Jems!

  6. Eddie
    Eddie12-21-2010

    Such a good idea Jem. I would never have thought something like that is so easy to make. Can’t wait to give these a go.

    Keep the good ideas coming please!

  7. Sue
    Sue12-27-2010

    The Christmas tree cakes are amazing and I love the cute jellies in glasses, so simple but effective. I will be checking out your ideas for other celebrations.

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