Christmas Tree Sheet Cake Pops

Christmas Tree Sheet Cake Pops

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Christmas Tree Sheet Cake Pops
Christmas Tree Sheet Cake Pops
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Christmas Tree Sheet Cake Pops are going to make your holidays shiny and bright! This fun vanilla sheet cake recipe is perfect for decking the halls at your Christmas party this year. Take your cake up a notch by adding a candy cane handle. You'll start by making a sheet cake from scratch, as well as some delicious, homemade cream cheese frosting. Next, you'll bake it, slice it diagonally into individual "trees," and decorate it with all the red and green holiday sprinkles you heart desires. Lastly, you'll stick candy cane sticks into the bottoms of your trees and pop it in the freezer to set. This is one of the most fun desserts you'll make this season!

Cooking Time18 min

Cooking Vessel Sizea rimmed 18x13x1-inch half sheet pan

Difficulty LevelEasy

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This is just so cute for the kiddos! I am definitely adding these to my to do list! And this recipe is so clear! The idea of freezing them is great. This frosting sounds heavenly, but these may have to sit out for awhile for the gathering I have planned. I was thinking of maybe using a buttercream frosting. Has anyone ever tried that with these? I'm hoping that maybe the decorations would stay attached better for a Christmas gathering. Any ideas?

I'm going to make these. Especially if 18 minutes is all it takes! The cream cheese frosting especially sounds absolutely delicious. I'm definitely going to take the advice of freezing these pops beforehand as I live in South Africa and summers are HOT here so I am glad for that advice.

This is the cutest cake recipe I think I've ever seen! This is a must to bring for a holiday party )

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