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Our Cold Wave Candies are frosty fudgy treats that make ideal place markers at your holiday party. After assembling all the candy parts, add the name using melted candy in a cut parchment bag.
Create a cookie scene that assembles all of your family members. Simply increase size of base cookie and number of trees to fit your needs.
The best greetings are ones that taste good! Create these festive greeting card cookie designs using the 18-Pc. Holiday Cutter Set, Roll-Out Cookie Recipe and smooth Color Flow Icing.
Create a festive cake that is just perfect for all your holiday celebrations. It’s fun, quick and the entire family will love decorating this tree!
Christmas tree-shaped whoopie pies are sure to make to your celebration merry and bright. Use the Christmas Whoopie Pie Pan to create these mini cakes.
Your favorite crisped cereal treats never looked more festive. Here they’re cut and decorated to create a holiday scene guests will really eat up!
Use our Nesting Snowflake Cutters to build a forest of mini trees! We made ours of candy but you could also make cookie trees. Tint dough before baking or add icing later.
Make one funny fir for each guest! These mini cakes are candy-coated and decorated with shaped fondant trims.
Cupcakes ‘N More Dessert Stands are a fun way to create an edible centerpiece for your holiday table. We’ve attached mini cake trees to a candy circle so they’ll stand securely on the wire holders.
Great treats for trim-the-tree parties! Bake the fun Mr. & Mrs. Snowman cookies in our Holiday Cookie Shapes Pan and use our 3-Pc. Trees Cutter Set for the classic evergreen shapes.
The spirit of the season is alive and shining in this bold cookie trio. Bright red garland-trimmed tree topped with granulated sugar and present decorated with bows and highlighted with dots.
Our Holiday 3D Scene Cookie Cutters make a sweet cookie scene perfect to display on a dessert buffet. Or, give the cookies individually as holiday gifts.
Build a dramatic Christmas tree cake by layering 48 small cakes. Using a firm-textured batter such as pound cake will allow this tower of treats to hold its shape.