If you're looking for a dessert that's sure to be a big hit at your next Christmas party, look no further than our Christmas tree cake pops. We've shared other cake pop designs with you in the past, but these adorable trees are definitely one of my all-time favorites (and I promise, they are easier to make than they appear!).
As always, you'll want to follow the instructions in our basic cake pop tutorial to get started. The only difference is that instead of round balls, you'll roll the cake into cones. Here is what you'll need to create the Christmas tree cake pops:
While your pops are wet, run a toothpick through the coating to create a wavy, branch-like effect. Place a variety of rainbow chips across the tree to look like ornaments. Top off the trees by pressing a yellow jumbo star sprinkle into the very top.
For extra fanciness, you can add a festive cake pop tag to the sticks, and set up a wrapped styrofoam block stand. Red and gold curling ribbon were the finishing touches to complete this Christmas dessert display.
What kind of cake pop designs will you be trying this Christmas?