How I Make Evergreen Trees Without Fondant Or Piping

Decorating By david_and_niko Updated 13 Dec 2016 , 10:54pm by kakeladi

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david_and_niko Posted 13 Dec 2016 , 4:27pm
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These trees are more for a woodland cake. Probably not suitable for a showcase Christmas tree.

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GoWildCakes Posted 13 Dec 2016 , 6:59pm
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Not really sure what you are asking, but here are some I made.  They are modeling chocolate cut with start cookie cutters put onto skewers.  You could use gum paste, fondant or cookies.

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kryptonite Posted 13 Dec 2016 , 8:44pm
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Great tutorial! Just what I needed for an upcoming lumberjack cake.  I'm loving the snowy ones!

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kakeladi Posted 13 Dec 2016 , 10:54pm
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I have made cone trees for many, many years but always piped b'cream on the w/a star or leaf tip.  I like your simpler method of just using the b'cream and making it peak.  Much less icing used :)

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