[NEW] How to Make a Christmas Tree Cake 2020

How to Make a Christmas Tree Cake

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How to Make a Christmas Tree Cake
Full Recipe:

If you saw my Christmas tree cupcakes you know where I got the inspiration for this cake! I cut up a few ice cream cones and used them as the base for various sized pine trees on the side and top of my cake. Little dollops of green buttercream and a dusting of powdered sugar complete the snowy winter scene.

I kept this recipe simple and just used a good vanilla but you could add ANYTHING! Bourbon, peppermint extract, mini chocolate chips, even toffee chips!

TIPS AND POINTERS:
*If you’re not using 6-inch pans, double the recipe for 8-inch pans or triple the recipe for 9-inch pans.
*If you see little clumps of butter after you mix the wet ingredients don’t panic, it all works out by the time you mix in the dry ingredients.
*You can substitute whole milk yogurt for the sour cream if desired, I do it all the time and can’t really tell the difference.
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37 thoughts on “[NEW] How to Make a Christmas Tree Cake 2020

  1. Jeremy Lindberg says:

    RE: buttercream, I like what I learned as French (butter)cream which is butter, superfine or granulated sugar – in mixer for …ever 10 to 15 minutes when grit is gone add vanilla and big heaping tablespoon of cooled very thick bechamel…the measures I kind of wing-it as I lost the recipe about 20 years ago…a few people have said they really thought it was whipped cream not buttercream at all …so, great, but when I have the time and seldom occasion for white festive kind of frosting these days, it works for me and way more stable than whipped cream. Cheers to you John! For bringing me and clearly many others a lot of joy.

  2. Daniel Juliao Beretta says:

    I live in Brazil and despite not speaking English very well, I managed to understand the whole recipe. it’s really fun to see your recipes and I’m definitely going to risk making this cake. Many people in Brazil do not like buttercream, they say it tastes very much like butter, so we use a lot of "chantyninho" whipped cream with powdered milk, condensed milk and royal icing. congratulations on the video, have my like and admiration

  3. Agda Hart says:

    Love the recipe but watched the whole thing to see how you get the green and white frosting so neatly in the piping bag. Sorry feel dumb but no idea how to do this technique. I was sad that you skipped it. Otherwise awesome and looking forward to making this for Christmas this year

  4. Maria E Medina Diaz says:

    John you do deserve your own cooking show you got my vote 🗳 i enjoy 😊 watching you bake all of those delicious 😋 and amazing cake 🎂 and cupcakes 🧁 recipes I’m sure that your family calls you to bake cakes 🎂 for every occasion that is so cool 😎 I have a request can you make a Princess 👸 cake 🎂 or cupcake 🧁 please and thank.

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