I’ve posted before about how my daughters school does a Care Cart for the teachers each month. The care cart is made up of donated treats all the parents donate for the teachers. This month I signed up to bring in brownies, but since Christmas is just over a week away I decided I would spice them up a bit and make Christmas Tree Brownies instead of just plain old brownies.
I took the easy way out for these and just used boxed brownie mix. I used two boxes and then split them into three 11/14 dishes. I did that so the brownies would be thinner and I could get more trees out of them. Since you use a cookie cutter to cut out the tree shapes, there are a lot of crumbs left over when you are done. We just ate the crumbs, but they would be great over some ice cream too!
Instead of using frosting on these I decided I would use melted white chocolate died green. I LOVE white chocolate and thought it would taste a little better than regular frosting. I let my daughter try one after they were all made and she really liked the chocolate on top, hopefully the teachers will too!
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2 Boxes Brownies (made according to to package directions)
1 1/2 Cups White Chocolate Chips
Green Food Color
Christmas Tree Cookies Cutter
Add your green food color once chocolate starts to melt.
Then add sprinkles before chocolate hardens.