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3D Christmas Cookie Tree

3D Christmas Cookie Tree

This amazing 3D Christmas Cookie Tree looks stunning but is surprisingly easy to make! 

3D Christmas Cookie Tree

To make this 3D Christmas Cookie Tree, you will need a 10 Piece Set of Star Cookie Cutters, which are available from Cake shops and Kitchen Stores. They are also available online at places like Kitchen Warehouse, eBay, Target… & more (Our example below is from www.cookiecuttershop.com.au but you can also get cheaper plastic ones from other stores)

3d Christmas cookie tree

Biscuit Ingredients

110g Soft Butter

110g Castor Sugar

1 small Egg

200g Plain Flour

¼ teaspoon Baking powder

Pinch Salt

1 teaspoon Cinnamon (optional)

(you can also add a couple of drops of food colouring to create different colours)

Instructions

Cream Together Butter & Sugar till fluffy

Add egg and other ingredients and mix

Wrap dough in glad wrap and rest for 30 minutes

Roll out on a floured board until approx. 4 – 5mm thick

Using your Cookie Cutters, cut out shapes

Place on a lined baking try

Bake in a preheated oven 160 deg, 8 – 9 minutes (only until just golden. They will continue to firm as they cool)

3d Christmas cookie tree

Icing Ingredients

250g Royal Icing Sugar

40ml water

Combine & Mix

3d Christmas cookie tree

Starting with the biggest Star Biscuit, sandwich each size on top of each using a small amount of icing. Remember to offset each star shape to give a Christmas tree effect.

Colour the remaining icing with a little green food colouring and pipe around the edges of the Biscuit tree (see photo) and decorate with lollies and even tiny cupcakes.

TIP…pipe on your icing using a round nozzle point. To make your own piping bags use a ziplock bag and cut the end off

Big thank you for our friends at Whoot for their creative idea and beautiful photos

For other fun Christmas ideas, you might like to read our other posts:

Magical Fairy Christmas Cane

Christmas Eve Box

And for Fairy Door Christmas fun…How to Decorate your Fairy Door for Christmas

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