I’m kinda goofy in that (among other reasons) I love to make fanciful food for my kids. Fun birthday cakes, star-shaped cake pops (sort of) at the 4th of July, turkey-shaped cinnamon rolls at Thanksgiving, and this week: Christmas Tree Scones.
These are so easy to make and the kids loved “decorating” their trees. This would be a great Christmas morning activity. Festive, hearty, and a little bit sugary.
Here’s what you’ll need:
Cut into eight wedges. Sprinkle heavily with green sprinkling sugar. As you separate the wedges, flatten the rounded side so that it forms the bottom of a Christmas tree. Place the eight trees equally spaced on ungreased baking sheet. Allow children to decorate their trees with candies. Bake for 15-20 minutes at 375 degrees.
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