23+ Christmas Tree Themed Cookies and Desserts

Tis the season for some Christmas tree themed cookies!

There are so many ways you can go with these – from 2D gingerbread to 3D cupcakes and so much more, there are so many creative way to tackle Christmas tree themed desserts.

Have a look through this incredible round-up of Christmas themed desserts and choose the ones that appeal the most to your family.

There are even plenty that are simple enough for the kids to get involved with!


With 9 guaranteed-delicious cookie recipes and plenty of secret baking hacks, this is your ad-free key to cookie success!

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1. Gingerbread Christmas Tree Cookies

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I made the Christmas Tree Cookies out of gingerbread.

I find that the gingerbread is holiday fantastic and makes for a very stable cookie.

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2. Biscotti Christmas Trees

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This homemade gluten free gingerbread biscotti makes a wonderful crunchy treat with your morning coffee!

3. Coconut Christmas Tree Cookies

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If you are looking for easy to make and fun recipe for Christmas Cookies, this Snow-Covered Coconut Christmas Tree Cookies Recipe is just the thing.

The dusting of ‘snow’ and a sprinkling of edible gold stars really make these coconut cookies so very special.

4. Christmas Tree Chocolate Cupcakes

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Mary Berry’s Christmas Chocolate Cupcakes are light, fluffy and topped with festive vanilla buttercream.

Great for children to help decorate too!

5. Christmas Tree Eggnog Linzer Cookies

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These Eggnog Linzer Cookies will be the hit of the holiday cookie platter!

The cookies are made with a splash of eggnog and a delicious eggnog icing is sandwiched between the two eggnog cookies for a delightful holiday treat.

6. Christmas Tree Brownies

Photo from supergoldenbakes.com

These festive Christmas Brownies (a.k.a mincemeat brownies) are the perfect holiday treat!

Quick and easy to make, perfect for sharing and a great way to use leftover mincemeat.

7. Fudgy Christmas Trees

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Make your holidays extra festive with these fudgy Brownie Christmas Trees.

Delicious and easy to make, this holiday dessert is a crowd pleaser!

8. Christmas Tree Cake

Photo from recipeforperfection.com

This Christmas Tree Cake is for those who are intimidated by fancy holiday baking!

It’s very easy to make and decorate.

9. Shortbread Christmas Tree Cookies

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These tasty shortbread style Christmas Tree Cookies are so easy to bake, you’ll be whipping up a batch as gifts for all your friends and neighbors this festive season.

10. Graham Cracker Christmas Trees

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Chocolate Dipped Graham Cracker Christmas Trees are a fun, easy, and delicious holiday treat to make and enjoy with your family and friends!

11. Pandoro Christmas Trees

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A beautiful Pandoro Christmas Tree Cake made with Pistachios and White Chocolate.

This festive Christmas tree shaped cake is a super fun and impressive Italian dessert yet it won’t take you longer than 15 minutes to make!

Spend less time in the kitchen and more time celebrating the festive season!

12. Christmas Tree Cupcakes

Photo from thedecoratedcookie.com

These adorable Christmas tree cupcakes are so easy to make with store-bought decorations.

13. Edible Christmas Tree Ornaments

Photo from teach-me-mommy.com

Stack star sugar cookies to look like a tree!

Perfect gift too!

14. Christmas Tree Spritz Cookies

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Butter spritz cookies are perfect for any holiday, especially Christmas!

These tree-shaped cookies are buttery, sweet and easy to make.

15. Peanut Butter Blossom Christmas Trees

Photo from practicallyhomemade.com

Turn classic peanut butter blossom cookies into adorable Peanut Butter Blossom Christmas Trees with just a few simple ingredients.

16. White Chocolate Strawberry Tree

Photo from familyaroundthetable.com

A stunning centerpiece that does double duty as dessert. Definitely a showstopper.

17. Sugar Christmas Tree Cookies

Photo from thelittleepicurean.com

Enjoy these chilled sugar cookies Christmas trees decorated with royal icing and an assortment of sprinkles.

The sugar cookie dough can be used immediately after mixing.

18. Christmas Tree Fudge

Photo from kiddycharts.com

Lovely and simply recipe for the perfect little Christmas Tree dessert, or treat.

These are just adorable!

19. Tall Christmas Tree Cookies

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These Christmas Tree Cupcakes are the perfect holiday treat to make for Christmas parties.

Made with cupcakes, ice cream cones, frosting and some fun toppings, they are sure to be a conversation starter!

20. Brown Sugar Christmas Tree Cookies

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Do you want a festive addition to your holiday cookie tray?

These brown sugar pecan Christmas tree cookies are not only fun but delicious.

21. Christmas Tree Waffles

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Green Christmas tree waffles make a fun Christmas breakfast that your kids are gonna love.

So quick and easy to make, and the kids can decorate their own waffle Christmas trees.

22. Pull Apart Christmas Tree Cake

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Fun and festive Christmas Tree Pull Apart Cupcake Cake!

Use your favorite cupcake recipe and this step by step tutorial to build a beautiful Christmas tree cake.

23. Christmas Tree Cupcake Topper

Photo from familyaroundthetable.com

This cute Christmas tree topper is easy to make and sits on top of a peppermint buttercream frosted cupcake.

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2 thoughts on “23+ Christmas Tree Themed Cookies and Desserts”

  1. I can’t wait to try to make these cookies for Christmas. I have 3 children, 13 grandchildren, 4 great great grandchildren. I have been looking for cookie recipes for a long time and these are the ones that I found the best. Thank you.

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