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Christmas Tree Sandwiches recipe

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Makes a change to have a quick savoury snack to make with the kids. Of course, you can make them any shape you like!

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IngredientsServes: 4

  • 25g Dairylea cheese spread
  • 4 slices of bread
  • 8 cherry tomatoes
  • 2 slices cucumber, diced

MethodPrep:15min ›Ready in:15min

  1. Spread the cheese onto the slices of bread.
  2. Cut the slices of bread in a shape of a Christmas tree.
  3. Place the cucumber where the branches and leaves would be.
  4. Add the tomatoes to make the Christmas ornaments.

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I have made this recipe several times with my pupils. They simply love it.-12 Nov 2015

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Cranberry Christmas Tree Roll Up Pinwheel Sandwiches

Many years ago, back when I was young, single, and still living with my parents, I had dinner with a friend who was house sitting at the time. Both of us were excited to have a house (and a kitchen) to ourselves, with no parents around. We were playing at being grown women, so to speak.

Back then, neither of us were the domestic goddesses I like to think we are now. At the time, however, we both thought we whipped up a pretty yummy dinner composed completely of appetizers. Most of what we made was total crap, except that my friend made cranberry pinwheel sandwiches, which I remember to this day being the tasty star of the meal.

Her sandwiches, all those years ago, are my inspiration for these Cranberry Christmas Tree Roll Up Pinwheel Sandwiches. I don&rsquot know what her exact recipe was, but mine is pretty darn close, except that they&rsquore in festive shapes. Also, I&rsquom more than old enough now to enjoy them with a glass of wine!

This is an easy recipe to make and uses only a few ingredients. If you peruse the web looking for cranberry pinwheel sandwiches, you&rsquoll notice that some look beautiful and others are a complete mess. There&rsquos a couple of keys to making these cranberry pinwheel sandwiches delicious and pretty. The first is to bring the cream cheese to room temperature and then to whip the cream cheese with a beater until it is light and fluffy. The other key is to chill the rolls for one hour before cutting them. This will cause the cream cheese to set again, and will help you to get a good, clean looking slice for that pretty pinwheel pattern.

These sandwiches are sweet, tangy, and creamy, all wrapped up into one bite-sized treat. Cranberry is one of my favorite holiday flavors, and this is a perfectly fun and delicious way to enjoy them. The best thing is that this recipe is easy enough even for a couple of amateurs pretending to know their way around a kitchen!


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For large groups, it might be easier to make a large dessert you know will feed a crowd.

From christmas pie recipes to christmas sugar cookies, we have all of your favorite treats to help make this holiday season your tastiest one yet. The heavy lifting has already been done for you if there's one delicious christmas dessert you need to try, you better try this: You might make the same family desserts every year—ree drummond loves to make her mom's sugar cookie recipe for christmas every year. Follow along to be inspired! It might be even easier. Here are 10 delicious christmas dessert recipes to give you some inspiration. These are some of our favorite classic christmas recipes — full of peppermint, gingerbread, eggnog, and more. Try any of these christmas dessert recipes for sugar cookies, bundt cake, cookie sandwiches, mini cheesecakes, and a whole lot more! Each bite is heavenly and your guests will remember these delectable treats for many years to come. Try something new this year. Christmas isn't complete without a christmas pudding, trifle or yule log. 25 festive christmas dessert recipe ideas to get you in the holiday spirit. Will you wrap the tree in multicolored or white bulbs this year?

These are some of our favorite classic christmas recipes — full of peppermint, gingerbread, eggnog, and more.

Transform your holiday dessert spread into a fantasyland by serving traditional french buche de noel, or yule log cake.

And it wouldn't be christmas without making yule logs, peppermint bark, or fruitcake.

Apple and mincemeat filo wreath:

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See more ideas about christmas desserts, dessert recipes, christmas food desserts.

Try one of our easy christmas desserts and christmas puddings, including christmas trifle and christmas cookies.

Try them to have the perfect ending to your christmas meal!

You'll find christmas cookies, cakes, pies and other sweets, complete with nutritional information to make your diabetes meal.

For a showstopping christmas dessert, try this impressive gingerbread cheesecake recipe.

This will ensure you and your guests how many people will you be serving?

You'll find christmas cookies, cakes, pies and other sweets, complete with nutritional information to make your diabetes meal.

This recipe was developed for gourmet magazine's december 2009 issue.

Which christmas dinner recipes will you make?

These christmas dessert recipes are perfect for your dessert table, after dinner, parties, potlucks at work, and you can even make them as gifts.

The heavy lifting has already been done for you if there's one delicious christmas dessert you need to try, you better try this:

Meringue, white chocolate, cream and cherries are combined to make a luscious centrepiece.

Try any of these christmas dessert recipes for sugar cookies, bundt cake, cookie sandwiches, mini cheesecakes, and a whole lot more!

Tart cranberries, sweet buttery cake and a fantastic texture will call you and your guests back for more of this ca.

Here are 10 delicious christmas dessert recipes to give you some inspiration.

And the more there are, the merrier the holidays will be.

Apple and mincemeat filo wreath:

See more ideas about christmas desserts, dessert recipes, christmas food desserts.

Transform your holiday dessert spread into a fantasyland by serving traditional french buche de noel, or yule log cake.

Christmas gingerbread cookies holiday baking top with cinnamon christmas desserts cookie recipes christmas gingerbread christmas baking classic christmas christmas food.

See more easy sugar cookie recipes.

Try any of these christmas dessert recipes for sugar cookies, bundt cake, cookie sandwiches, mini cheesecakes, and a whole lot more!

If you're looking to make sugar cookies this year, be sure to check out our guide to decorating your cookies with icing.


Easier than you think!

If you’ve made pavlova in the past, there is nothing daunting about this recipe whatsoever. It’s just a pavlova constructed in a different way.

But if you’re wondering how on earth it can be stable enough to stand so tall at 40cm/16″ high, knowing how fragile traditional Pavlovas are, it’s because the Pavlova Rounds used in this Christmas Tree format are so much smaller and therefore more sturdy.

But if it does collapse. It can be salvaged! Scroll down to see my salvaged version – a true story of a disaster averted from a gathering last weekend!


Christmas Tree Sandwiches recipe - Recipes

Good food is an integral part of most Christmas celebrations. While most families have their traditions for the actual Christmas dinner, there are always parties and get-togethers that also require festive food. If you’re looking for something fairly casual but easy and good, consider making this Cranberry Chicken Salad Christmas Tree. It consists of a luscious cranberry chicken salad spread on giant spinach wraps, which are sliced and stacked to make a cute Christmas tree.

These sandwiches would be great served at a Trim-the-Tree party warm soup would make a great accompaniment, and/or a festive salad.

1 1/2 cups fresh cranberries, rinsed, drained, and coarsely chopped
6 tablespoons sugar

6 cups cooked chicken breast, shredded
Salt and freshly ground black pepper, to taste
1 bunch chopped green onion
1 cup non-fat Greek Yogurt
1 cup light mayonnaise
1 cup salted cashews, coarsely chopped

6 12" spinach wraps
1/3 cup butter

  1. Mix the cranberries and sugar, stir them well, and let them sit for a few minutes until the sugar is dissolved.
  2. Meanwhile, mix the chicken breast, salt and black pepper, onion, yogurt, mayonnaise, and cashews until thoroughly combined stir in the cranberries.
  3. Lay one of the wraps flat on a counter top spread with a thin layer of butter (prevents the chicken salad from soaking in and prevents soggy sandwiches) and spread with 1/6th of the mixture.
  4. Roll up tightly.
  5. Repeat with the remaining wraps.
  6. Cut about 1" off of each end to make them even, then cut each into eight equal slices - they will be about an inch thick, or thereabouts.
  7. Choose a cute Christmas tray and lay 12 of the slices in a circle, making sure you fill the middle with sandwiches, as well.
  8. Make a second layer of sandwiches on the first, about an inch in, placing the slices in between the slices on the bottom.
  9. Repeat, making each layer smaller, until you have used most of the sandwiches and the tower looks like a Christmas tree.
  10. Cut a star out of the yellow pepper secure it to the top of the tree with a toothpick.
  11. Place a few loose cranberries over the sandwiches to resemble ornaments.
  12. Wrap with plastic wrap and refrigerate until serving time.

Nutrient Amount per Serving
Total Fat 19 g
Saturated Fat 6 g
Cholesterol 51 mg
Sodium 334 mg
Total Carbohydrate 27 g
Dietary Fiber 0 g
Sugars 6 g
Protein 16 g

Vitamin A 12% Vitamin C 23% Calcium 0% Iron 5%

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Pre-heat oven to 300 degrees.

Place pretzels on a parchment-lined cookie sheet and add one chocolate bar on
top of each pretzel.

Place in the oven for 4 minutes. Take out and immediately add a pretzel square to each one. Push down slightly.

Let chocolate harden before the next step.

Melt chocolate according to package directions. Dip each pretzel sandwich into the chocolate about halfway. Sprinkle with Christmas sprinkles. Set back on the parchment paper and let dry!


Calzone Christmas Trees

I used store bought pizza dough to create these festive Calzone Christmas Trees using MorningStar Farms® Grillers® Crumbles™ as part of a shop that has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #VeryVeggieHoliday #CollectiveBias

Your family will love having these Calzone Christmas Trees for dinner any time over the holiday season. I plan to bring them to the Christmas Eve party at my parent’s house.

Each year on December 24th my parents host the most amazing celebration for our family as well as those friends who don’t have any family in the area. We’ve been together on Christmas eve for so many years that all those friends feel like part of our family.

We have such a wonderful time together playing games, opening gifts, and eating.

We always try to have some meatless options for our guests to enjoy being we often have a few vegetarians in the group. I love incorporating MorningStar Farms® products into some of the recipes. This holiday season you can save $3.00 when you purchase 3 of their products.

Whenever I bring a dish that I have not made previously, I have to experiment ahead of time and I love when it’s a dish I can share here with you.

I had so much fun making these Christmas Tree Calzones and even more fun eating them. They are so good. You’ve got to taste it to believe it!

To make the calzones I stuffed tree shaped pizza dough with MorningStar Farms® Grillers® Crumbles™ along with a blend of ricotta, mozzarella, and Parmesan cheese. Then I add roasted red peppers, marinated artichokes, and tomatoes along with some pizza sauce.

The combination of veggies along with the protein packed Grillers Crumbles makes for the perfect calzone filling. The bright flavors pair beautifully with the creamy cheese. Did you know that the crumbles contain 75% less fat than regular ground beef, and have 9 grams of protein, making them welcome veggie addition to almost any dish?

You definitely do not need to be vegetarian to enjoy this fun holiday meal.

Watch the video to see how quickly these festive Calzone Christmas Trees come together.


Christmas Tree Sugar Cookie Sandwiches

Christmas Tree Sugar Cookie Sandwiches | These Christmas tree shaped sugar cookie sandwiches are filled with Nutella and topped with white chocolate and sprinkles - they are just the cookie to serve at a holiday party or to bring to a cookie swap. Note: these will make about 24 small two-bite cookies. The amount of cookies depends on the size of your cookie cutter.


A dozen Christmas shortbreads recipe

Take one simple, delicious, buttery shortbread recipe and transform it very easily into a whole array of flavours and shapes. Of course, don&rsquot keep these just for Christmas, everyone loves freshly baked shortbread all through the year. Maybe just put away the Christmas tree cutter, though&hellip

Use your own imagination to create your very own flavours and shapes, the possibilities are endless. Packed into little boxes or bags they make a lovely gift and, in my experience, will always be very gratefully received.

The uncooked shortbread dough freezes brilliantly so you can make and cut them out weeks ahead, lay them between sheets of baking parchment in a freezer container, and freeze defrost and freshly bake as required.

Makes about 20 - you'll need a 4.5cm round fluted cutter.

Ingredients

  • 125 g salted butter, softened, in pieces
  • 50 g golden caster sugar, plus more to sprinkle (do not sprinkle any of the other shortbreads with sugar after baking)
  • 125 g plain flour, plus more to dust
  • 60 g cornflour
  • 4.4 oz salted butter, softened, in pieces
  • 1.8 oz golden caster sugar, plus more to sprinkle (do not sprinkle any of the other shortbreads with sugar after baking)
  • 4.4 oz plain flour, plus more to dust
  • 2.1 oz cornflour
  • 4.4 oz salted butter, softened, in pieces
  • 1.8 oz golden caster sugar, plus more to sprinkle (do not sprinkle any of the other shortbreads with sugar after baking)
  • 4.4 oz plain flour, plus more to dust
  • 2.1 oz cornflour

Details

  • Cuisine: dsa
  • Recipe Type: Dessert
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Preparation Time: 60 mins
  • Cooking Time: 80 mins
  • Serves: 20

Step-by-step

  1. CLASSIC BASIC SHORTBREAD RECIPE: Line a baking tray with baking parchment. Place the butter and sugar in the bowl of a food mixer (or use a bowl and a hand-held electric whisk). Cream the butter and sugar, then gradually sift in the flour and cornflour, mixing as you do, just until everything is blended. Do not over-mix. Wrap in cling film and chill for 20&ndash30 minutes, to make it easier to handle. On a lightly floured work top, roll the dough out to about 5mm thick and, using the round fluted cutter, stamp out the shortbreads as closely together as you can. Gather the scraps and re-roll them. (The fewer times you re-roll the dough the better, as it will toughen it.) Lay the shortbreads on the prepared baking tray and chill for 20&ndash30 minutes (so they will hold their shapes better). Preheat the oven to 180°C/fan 160°C/350°F/gas mark 4. Bake the shortbreads in the preheated oven for 15&ndash20 minutes. Sprinkle with caster sugar and leave to cool on the tray.
  2. VANILLA CHRISTMAS TREES: Add 1 tsp vanilla extract (or the seeds from one-third of a vanilla pod) when creaming the butter and sugar. Cut out 7cm Christmas trees with a cutter and press six or seven multicoloured dragees (for baubles) on to each tree. Chill and bake as before.
  3. CRANBERRY COCONUT SNOWBALLS: Add 1 tsp vanilla extract when creaming the butter and sugar. With the flour, add 30g dried cranberries, roughly chopped. Roll into 20 equal-sized balls. Chill and bake as before. Melt 200g of white chocolate. Hold a ball on a fork and spoon it over, then set the balls on a wire rack with baking parchment underneath. Sprinkle with 60g of desiccated coconut.
  4. VERY LEMONY FINGERS: Add the finely grated zest of 1 large unwaxed lemon when creaming the butter and sugar. Roll out, then cut into 20 shortbread fingers, each 7 x 2cm. Chill and bake as before. When cold, make a lemon icing: mix 50g of icing sugar with the juice of ¼&ndash½ lemon. Dip each finger into the icing. Leave to set on a tray lined with baking parchment.
  5. WALNUT AND CINNAMON SQUARES: Lightly roast 30g of walnuts in the oven for five minutes. Cool, finely chop and add with the flour and 1 tsp ground cinnamon. Cut into 4.5cm squares. Prick each three or four times with a fork. Chill and bake as before.
  6. ALMOND SLICES: Lightly roast 30g of nibbed almonds in the oven for four minutes. Cool and fold in with the flour. Cut the dough into 20 fingers, each 7 x 2cm. Press a whole blanched almond into the top of each. Chill and bake as before.
  7. CARAMEL SANDWICHES: Roll out the shortbread dough to about 3mm thick and, using a 4.5cm round cutter, stamp out about 36 rounds. Cut a 1.5cm star (or round shape) from the centre of half of them. Chill as before. Bake for around 15 minutes and, once cold, sandwich one solid circle and one with a hole cut out together, using ½ tsp of dulce de leche or caramel spread. Repeat to fill all the shortbreads. Once filled, these are best eaten within a day as the caramel will soon turn them soft.
  8. CHERRY SQUARES: Add 80g red glacé cherries (rinsed, dried and roughly chopped) with the flour. Cut into 4.5cm squares. Chill and bake as before.
  9. GLAZED CLEMENTINE AND CARDAMOM ROUNDS: Add ½ tsp freshly ground cardamom (see page 85) with the flour. Using a 4.5cm cutter, stamp out 20 rounds. Chill as before. When the shortbreads are on the tray, top each with a very thin slice of clementine, dried very well with kitchen paper. Bake for 20&ndash22 minutes. Sprinkle over 2&ndash3 tbsp of caster sugar as soon as they come out of the oven and leave to cool. Remove the baking parchment from under the shortbreads. Using a blowtorch, glaze each clementine slice. The star shape of the cut clementine will be highlighted. These are best eaten within two days, as they will soften.
  10. CHOCOLATE PINWHEELS: Make the classic shortbread recipe as usual. Now make a second batch, but using only 100g of flour and adding 25g of cocoa. Roll the chocolate dough into a 3mm-thick rectangle about 26 x 18cm. Repeat with the vanilla dough. Lay one on top of the other and trim the sides neatly. Carefully lift on to a sheet of baking parchment with a long side towards you. Use the paper to help roll the dough into a log. Chill as before, then cut into 40 discs about 5mm thick. Bake for about 20 minutes.
  11. CHOCOLATE CHILLI HEARTS: Reduce the plain flour to 100g and add 25g cocoa and ½&ndash1 finely chopped red chilli (to taste) with the flour. Roll out to 3mm thick. Cut out 40 shortbreads with a 4.5cm heart cutter. Chill and bake as before.
  12. ORANGE-GLAZED GINGER STARS: Add 1 tsp ground ginger and 1 large ball of finely chopped stem ginger with the flour. Cut out with a 4.5cm star cutter. Chill and bake as before. When cold, make an orange glaze by mixing 100g of sifted icing sugar and the juice of ½&ndash1 orange and dip or ice each star. Scatter with sprinkles and leave to set.

Recipe taken from Seasonal Baking by Fiona Cairns, published by Weidenfeld & Nicolson £25


Gingerbread Christmas Tree

This is my first time making this star tree and I love it! I saw one online the other day so I decided to see if I could find the cookie cutters to make it. I was in Home Goods at the time and was so surprised when I found them. It was the day before I baked 4 gingerbread houses so one more batch of gingerbread just made my house smell even better.

Above is just the tree and a little sanding sugar. I wish you could see how it sparkles. I decided I’d like a little more festive so I got out some of the leftover gingerbread candy and decorated the tree. This will take a couple of days to do in short stages. Bake the cookies one day and let it dry on wire racks at least 24 hours. Then using a writing tip make an outline on your cookies with the royal icing. I waited a few hours and then filled in the stars. I used a spoon to spread out the thinned royal icing and it worked great. I reserved a small amount of the frosting to put the pieces together with and then thinned down the remaining frosting with water until it formed a ribbon off of a spoon. Do about a tablespoon of water and beat it in until you reach the desired consistency. Add the sprinkles to the cookies and let them dry overnight. Use the reserved frosting to stack the pieces together to form the star tree.

This was gingerbread house weekend at my house and we got together with the kids and let them decorate gingerbread houses. This is the start of a new tradition for them and the girls had a blast. If you want to read about it and see their gingerbread houses the post will be up this week over at the New York Melrose Family blog. I’ll link to it as soon as it’s live. Here’s a sneak peak of the fun. We did 4 houses that day!


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