Christmas Brownies!

Christmas Brownies! Easy Christmas Tree Brownies Made from a Boxed Brownie Mix with a simple design for Christmas Parties or the Holidays!

I am OBSESSED with these Christmas Brownies!

SOOO easy to make and all you need is a boxed brownie mix, some almond bark, and some food dye!

Plus, here are even more EASY Christmas Recipes & Desserts

How to Make Christmas Tree Brownies

Here are some step by step images for adding the trees to your brownies! 

First, gather all of your ingredients. I included the things I needed to make my box of brownie mix, but if your box is different, follow the back of your brownie box. 

Once your brownie is baked, let it cool completely and chill in the freezer for 30 minutes. Then you can remove toe brownies from the baking dish and use a circle cookie cutter to cut the brownies out! 

My box of brownies made 10 circles, so if you need more, double the recipe! Save all of the extras because it’s still yummy brownies! Tear up the pieces for brownie bites! 

Melt your white almond bark to create snow on the bottom half of the brownie. I used a simple zippered bag with the tip cut off to make this super easy and less messy. 

Once this step is done, melt the remaining almond bark and use green food coloring to dye the almond bark green. Once again I used a zippered bag to make the tree on my Christmas Brownies. 

Immediately sprinkle trees with holiday sprinkles before the almond bark dries. 

Top with a star and let cool completely! 

How to Make Christmas Brownies

Ingredients:
1 Box of Brownie Mix (and ingredients on the back)
1/4 cup water (for brownies)
2/3 cup vegetable oil (for brownies)
2 eggs (for brownies)
12 ounces of white almond bark or white chocolate (divided)
Green food coloring
Holiday sprinkles
Star sprinkles

Directions:
Bake brownie according to the directions on the back of the box using a 13×9” pan that has been lined with parchment paper and sprayed with cooking oil (combine brownie mix, vegetable oil, water, and eggs together and mix well).
Pour brownie batter into the prepared pan and bake for 26 minutes.
Remove brownies from the oven and let cool completely.
Place brownies in the freezer for 30 minutes to get hard.
Remove the parchment paper and brownies from the pan and place on a hard surface.
Using a circle cookie cutter, cut brownies out and place on a baking sheet that has been lined with parchment paper.
Divide almond bark into two bowls with 6 ounces in each (one bowl you will want to keep white and the other you will dye green).
One bowl at a time, heat almond bark in 30 second increments until melted and then transfer to a zippered bag and cut the tip off (start with the white so it can dry).
Drizzle white chocolate on the lower 1/2 of the brownie to create snow.
Melt the other bowl of white chocolate almond bark and add 6 drops of green food dye.
Transfer to a zippered bag and cut the tip off.
Create a tree with the green almond bark, sprinkle with holiday sprinkles and top with a star. Let cool completely.

Notes:
If you need more than 10 brownies, you could make two batches of brownies and probably have enough almond bark to decorate them. I added extra to be sure I had enough.

Christmas Brownies!

Christmas Brownies!

Yield: 10 Brownies

Christmas Brownies! Easy Christmas Tree Brownies for Christmas Parties, Cookie Exchanges, and Holiday Get Togethers! These Brownies are SO easy to make from a boxed brownie mix!

Ingredients

  • Ingredients:
  • 1 Box of Brownie Mix (and ingredients on the back)
  • 1/4 cup water (for brownies)
  • 2/3 cup vegetable oil (for brownies)
  • 2 eggs (for brownies)
  • 12 ounces of white almond bark or white chocolate (divided)
  • Green food coloring
  • Holiday sprinkles
  • Star sprinkles

Instructions

    1. Bake brownie according to the directions on the back of the box using a 13x9” pan that has been lined with parchment paper and sprayed with cooking oil (combine brownie mix, vegetable oil, water, and eggs together and mix well).
    2. Pour brownie batter into the prepared pan and bake for 26 minutes. 
    3. Remove brownies from the oven and let cool completely. 
    4. Place brownies in the freezer for 30 minutes to get hard. 
    5. Remove the parchment paper and brownies from the pan and place on a hard surface. 
    6. Using a circle cookie cutter, cut brownies out and place on a baking sheet that has been lined with parchment paper. 
    7. Divide almond bark into two bowls with 6 ounces in each (one bowl you will want to keep white and the other you will dye green). 
    8. One bowl at a time, heat almond bark in 30 second increments until melted and then transfer to a zippered bag and cut the tip off (start with the white so it can dry).
    9. Drizzle white chocolate on the lower 1/2 of the brownie to create snow. 
    10. Melt the other bowl of white chocolate almond bark and add 6 drops of green food dye. 
    11. Transfer to a zippered bag and cut the tip off. 
    12. Create a tree with the green almond bark, sprinkle with holiday sprinkles and top with a star. Let cool completely.

    Notes

    If you need more than 10 brownies, you could make two batches of brownies and probably have enough almond bark to decorate them. I added extra to be sure I had enough.

    Also, be sure to try this Triple Chocolate Cookies Recipe! The frosting is AMAZING and they are PERFECT for Christmas and Cookie Exchanges! 

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