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TIP OF THE DAY: Christmas Cookie Tree

Use a small artificial Christmas tree to create a “dessert tree” centerpiece. Hang edible ornament cookies, fudge, petit fours, mint patties and other treats.

The easiest technique is to tie cellophane-wrapped treats with ribbon and hang them on the tree with ornament hooks.

But it makes an even prettier presentation if you cut pliable pieces of clear plastic from the craft store, punch holes for the hooks, and “glue” the treats to them with a paste of confectioners sugar.

  • See our 2009 Christmas cookie recipe collection.
  • Find favorites in our 2008 Christmas cookie recipes.


    Salted ginger crisps. The recipe is in the
    2008 cookie collection. Photo courtesy
    Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board.

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