The holidays mean we’re cramming as much fun into our family calendar as possible. We’re always busy and running around during the season. As a Mom, I’m always on the hunt for new ways to simplify things. The NEW Entenmann’s® Little Bites® Sugar Cookie Muffins have just arrived on shelves for the holiday season and they fit in great with our hectic schedule. This Edible Mini Muffin Christmas Tree is a must-do for Christmas!
My oldest son loves how the classic taste of holiday sugar cookies are baked into the mini muffins. He can grab a pouch in the mornings, all by himself, or I grab a pouch on-the-go for a quick snack. They have 190 calories per pouch and don’t contain high-fructose corn syrup or trans-fat. They’re a delicious treat that captures the flavors of the holidays in each bite.
How To Make An Edible Mini Muffin Christmas Tree
Since we love them as a snack, I thought they’d be perfect for our kid’s holiday party. Each year, we host a holiday party where family and friends can come in pajamas and enjoy a movie. I’ll turn on a Christmas movie and make festive treats for a snack table.
It’s a great way to bring together friends that we’re thankful for. I’m showcasing the Entenmann’s® Little Bites® Sugar Cookie Muffins as the centerpiece of our snack table. I’ve designed this Edible Mini Muffin Christmas Tree – it’s perfect to decorate together as a family and the kids can pull off the muffins they want to eat.
It’s really simple to make and looks so pretty once you’re finished! You can get creative as you want with the colors and decorating too.
Materials Needed For The Mini Muffin Christmas Tree
- 1 Craft Styrofoam Cone
- 1 Can White Frosting
- Green Food Coloring
- 2 Boxes Entenmann’s Little Bites® Sugar Cookie Muffins®
- Green Cookie Sugar Sprinkles
- Red Candy Coated Chocolates
Start by mixing a few drops of green food dye into your white frosting.
Mix well until all of the white frosting is tinted to the shade of green you prefer.
Next, gently use a cake knife to spread an even layer of green frosting onto the styrofoam craft cone.
Starting at the bottom, add a toothpick half way into the styrofoam. Then, insert a muffin into the toothpick and press into the frosting. This will make sure it’s secure.
Keep working all the way to the top of the cone. You may have to trim your toothpicks as you get towards the top. Add one toothpick directly in the center of the cone for the last muffin on the top.
Decorate with white frosting on the outside and add green sprinkles. I placed a red candy coated chocolate between each of my muffin as ornaments – you can do whatever you like though! Serve at room temperature.
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