Cake Cone Christmas Trees

Cake Cone Christmas Trees

Nothing says Christmas like a batch of homemade cake cones! these cute little trees are made with just a few simple ingredients and come together in no time at all. Best of all, they’re totally customizable – you can use any flavour of cake mix and decorate them however you like.

So whether you’re looking for a last-minute dessert or simply want to get into the holiday spirit, give this recipe a try. You’ll be surprised at how easy it is to make these festive cake cone Christmas trees! Simply flip and fill ice cream cones with cake icing and decorate them like Christmas trees.

Are you looking for more Cake Cone Christmas Trees ideas?

Cake Cone Christmas Trees I Stay at Home Mum
The Spruce / Leah Maroney

Check out The Spruce’s Sugar Cone Christmas Trees! It’s quite simple, really. Add some white candies and sprinkles for some snowy effects. Edible Christmas trees are a festive and delicious way to celebrate the holiday season! Made with edible cones and covered in your favourite holiday decorations, these edible trees are a fun and easy treat for kids or adults.

Cake Cone Christmas Trees I Stay at Home Mum

Here’s another one from, why not put it on cupcakes? Just buy your cones, then decorate them with frosting, candy, edible glitter, or whatever else you like. Bake your cupcakes and plop them over! These cake cone Christmas trees are a great way to show your holiday spirit and enjoy some delicious treats!

Cake Cone Christmas Trees I Stay at Home Mum
from savoryexperiments

You can even experiment with some cone designs like these ones from savoryexperiments! Why not a white Christmas Tree? Or a plain cone decorated with M&Ms and sprinkles? Isn’t it awesome?

Cake Cone Christmas Trees I Stay at Home Mum


  1. 1. Begin by frosting the cones. Just simply flip the cone upside down! You can use a knife or spatula to do this, or you can use a piping bag if you're feeling fancy. Use a star tip or jagged lines for the piping. Make sure the frosting is a nice, bright green.

  2. 2. Next, add sprinkles or other decorations to the frosting. You can keep it simple with just a few sprinkles, or go all out and cover the cones in every colour of Christmas.

  3. 3. Finally, put the cones in the freezer for about an hour. This will help the frosting set and make them nice and sturdy. Enjoy!

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