Christmas Tree Brownies

Last week was nothing but volunteering at Bunbun’s school and baking. I was so exhausted! But for some reason, being in the kitchen is a stress reliever for me. Maybe because it keeps my mind busy and off of the daily stresses. But either way, it’s one of my favorite things to do. I don’t think you will ever hear me complain about being in the kitchen unless its because I am doing the dishes. I despise doing the dishes. I’d rather cook!

The kids asked me when I would be making Christmas treats a few days ago, so after my long and grueling week, I grabbed a few things at the grocery and decided to get started. What’s even better is that the Betty Crocker Premium Brownie mixes have been on sale, 2 for $4 plus fuel perks!

If you liked my Graveyard Brownies I made around Halloween, you are going to love these easy Holiday treats. Get ready for my Christmas Tree Brownies! They are oozy, gooey and the perfect Christmas take-a-long treat for parties. And did I mention they are super easy to make?


Christmas Tree Brownies


  • 1 Box, Betty Crocker Supreme Ultimate Fudge Brownie Mix
  • 1 Tub, Betty Crocker Rich and Creamy Vanilla Frosting
  • Green Food Coloring
  • 1 bag, mini, multi-colored or red chocolate candies
  • 1 box, Candy Canes
  • 1 Bottle, white clear sugar sprinkles


  1. Bake brownies according to box and cool completely.
  2. In a medium bowl or mixer, empty the tub of frosting.
  3. Add several drops of green food coloring and mix until well blended and there are no dark spots of coloring.
  4. Carefully remove brownies from pan and place on parchment paper.
  5. Using a Christmas Tree cookie cutter, cut christmas trees, remove and set aside.
  6. Break the end off of a candy cane, and insert into the bottom of the Christmas Tree to create a ‘stump’.
  7. Frost tops of brownies with frosting using a knife in a zig zag motion to create a wave/fluffy effect.
  8. Top with colored chocolate candies and sugar sprinkles.
  9. Enjoy!




  1. says

    I am making Decorated Christmas Sugar cookies, fudge, Christmas tree brownies, and chocolate covered pretzels that I will be taking to my Holiday Party this year!

  2. says

    OH MY GOODNESS!! I opened this at work and now my mouth is watering. My daughter and I must make these!!! We've already done the sugar cookie thing and I know she would absolutely love these!!! Thanks for the great post!!!

  3. says

    We enjoy baking cookies and then taking them to the local nursing homes and police and fire stations to let them know we appreciate them.

  4. says

    I love baking so we have made chocolate chip cookies, spritz cookies, gingerbread cookies, potato chip cookies, oatmeal toffee cookies, coconut crisp, sugar cookies, banana bread, pumpkin bread and chocolate cupcakes with frosted treats. We still have to do mint brownies and I think I might turn them into tree like you did!

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