Christmas Tree Brownies {Bites}

Quick and easy Christmas tree brownies recipe, homemade with simple ingredients. These brownie bites are fun to make with kids during holiday season.

Since Christmas will be here soon, I wanted to share these festive brownies. These are just as much fun to make as these Christmas Tree Cupcakes or these Santa Hat Brownies. They are so easy that even kids can make them!

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How to make Christmas tree brownies?

  1. Slice brownies into triangles.
  2. Stick marshmallow fondant on top with corn syrup or frosting.
  3. Decorate with sprinkles.
  4. Push a small candy cane at the base for the tree bark and enjoy.

How to cut brownies into triangles?

  1. Use a sharp knife to cut 3 rows on a pan of brownies.
  2. Then, cut triangle shapes in each row so that all of them are the same size.
  3. Instead of this, you can also use a triangle shaped cookie cutter.
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Tips for Holiday brownies

  • Use store- bought fondant, if you are short on time.
  • Instead of corn syrup, American Buttercream Frosting can be used to stick everything into place too.
  •  Any type of sprinkles can be used.
  • Instead of fondant, you can just decorate with colorful icing.
  • Don’t use regular sized candy canes because they are too big to push into the bottom of the brownie and mini ones work best.
  • Instead of mini brownies, you can make a big giant brownie in the shape of a tree and decorate with fondant, icing and sprinkles.
  • I used Nutella brownies but you can use can also use my Fudgy Brownies with Crackly Tops Recipe. If you are short on time, you can even store-bought brownies or box brownies.
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Storage of decorated brownies

Room temperature– Leftovers can be stored in a covered box at room temperature for 1-2 days away from moisture.

Refrigerate– In a covered box for up to 3 days. Please note that moisture in the refrigerator can make fondant decorations sticky. 

Freeze– This is not recommended since the fondant decorations become very sticky upon thawing.

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Easy Christmas Tree Brownies (Bites)

Prep Time: 10 mins
Cook Time: 30 mins
Total Time: 40 mins
Quick and easy Christmas tree brownies recipe, homemade with simple ingredients. Fun to make with kids during holiday season.
Yield: 12 Brownies


  • 1 pan Nutella brownies, Dimensions: 9×9, Can use store-bought baked brownies
  • 1 cup Green marshmallow fondant , Or store-bought fondant
  • 1/2 tbsp Colorful sprinkles
  • 12 Jumbo round or star candy, For topper
  • 2 tbsp Corn syrup, For sticking decorations, Can be replaced with frosting
  • 12 Mini candy canes


  • Use a sharp knife to cut out brownie into triangles.
  • Brush some corn syrup on top your brownie. Flip over the the brownie because the bottom is smooth. 
  • Roll out green fondant and place your brownie, sticky side down, onto the fondant.  
  • Use a knife to cut off excess fondant, along the sides. 
  • Break a mini candy cane into a few small pieces and stick one piece into the bottom of the triangle. 
  • Paint a zig-zag pattern of corn syrup on top your fondant.  
  • Place the brownie, sticky side down, onto a bowl of sprinkles and the sprinkles will stick to the corn syrup.  
  • Stick a large star or round sprinkle on top of the tree with corn syrup and enjoy! 


  • Read all my tips above.
  • Leftovers can be stored at room temperature for up to 2 days. 


Calories: 120kcal, Carbohydrates: 3g, Sodium: 2mg, Sugar: 3g
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Calories: 120
Author: Abeer Rizvi

6 comments on “Christmas Tree Brownies {Bites}”

  1. This is such an adorable idea! Love it.

  2. With a candy cane trunk – love it!!

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