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Christmas Tree Cookies

There are two ways to make these. The simplest way is to purchase White Fudge Dipped OREOs (seasonal during the holiday season) or you can dip your own sandwich cookies in melted white chocolate.

What You’ll Need:

  • 1 package White Fudge Covered OREOs  -or-  1 package OREO or other chocolate sandwich cookies + one bag of white baking chips or white candy melts
  • 1 bag Hershey’s Kisses
  • 1 can green decorator icing with star tip (Wilton & Betty Crocker both make good ones)
  • Holiday sprinkles to use as ornaments
  • 1 bag sweetened shredded coconut (optional)
  • Wax paper

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Simple Instructions:

If you have purchased White Fudge Dipped OREOs, you can skip the first steps involving the dipping of the cookies. 

Cover baking pan or large plate with wax paper.  Melt the white chocolate in microwave at 50% power for 1 ½ - 2 minutes stirring every 30 seconds until smooth. Spoon the white chocolate onto the top of the cookie and spread evenly over the top and sides using a dinner knife. Place on the wax paper and repeat until you have the desired number of cookies. Place an unwrapped Hershey’s Kiss in the center of each dipped cookie.  Sprinkle sweetened shredded coconut on the white chocolate around the Kiss to make “snow” (optional). Place cookies in the refrigerator to set for at least 30 minutes. 

Once cooled, place the star tip on the green decorator icing and in small pulses, add green frosting to completely cover the Kiss to look like a Christmas tree.  Add a star sprinkle to the top of the tree and other holiday sprinkles as ornaments.  Place back in the refrigerator to set.

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