Festive Strawberry Dipped Christmas Tree Recipe


Festive Strawberry Dipped Christmas Tree Recipe

Festive Strawberry Dipped Christmas Tree Recipe
Festive Strawberry Dipped Christmas Tree Recipe

"Chocolate dipped strawberries are such a refreshing treat! Just an Oreo cookie and Christmas spirit and you’ll get these amazing strawberry dipped Christmas trees to enjoy during the holidays. The perfect combination of chocolatey and fruity goodness! If you’ve made my Oreo Mug Cake recipe then you already know I’m a huge Oreo lover! So these simple Strawberry Dipped Christmas Trees are my favorites to make for friends and family around the holidays. There are only six ingredients and six instructions! It’s the perfect holiday kitchen activity for the little ones to enjoy with you! There is fun in it for everyone! Something I love about these chocolate strawberry christmas trees is that you can enjoy them at family game nights or big christmas celebrations! They are perfect for all ages! And because they are so easy you can make them whenever! Keep scrolling to figure out how to add these delectable trees to your Christmas festivities this year! "

Makes24 Trees

Cooking MethodNo Bake


  • 12 ounces Green Candy Melts
  • 1 pound Strawberries
  • 24 Sandwich cookies
  • white icing
  • sprinkles
  • Candy stars
  1. Start by making the Oreo base. Pipe vanilla icing onto the top of each sandwich cookie. This creates a snow effect for the trees and allows the strawberry to stick. Try our homemade vanilla buttercream frosting for added richness!

  2. Remove stems off strawberries using a knife and slice each end to create a flat surface.

  3. In a microwave safe bowl, slowly melt the candy melts, stirring occasionally.

  4. Once chocolate is fully melted, use a small fork to dip the strawberries with the fork inserted into the cut, flat end.

  5. Using a second fork, remove the strawberry and slowly set on top of the iced Oreo.

  6. Top with sprinkles and a candy star. Be sure to work quickly as the sprinkles will stick better while the chocolate is wet. Allow chocolate to fully cure and enjoy!

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