Strawberry Holiday Tree

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Christmas trees are so much better when they're edible.

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  • *Need 12x4-inch (or larger) Styrofoam cone and toothpicks.
  • To prepare cone, wrap completely with parchment paper, using toothpicks to hold parchment in place. Set cone on the center a festive serving platter.
  • In a medium bowl, place chocolate and coconut oil in a double boiler or heatproof bowl set over barely simmering water. Heat chocolate, stirring occasionally, until completely melted, then remove from heat.
  • Working one at a time and starting with the largest berries at the bottom, dip the cut stem side of the strawberry into the chocolate then place it onto the parchment wrapped cone. Repeat process, placing the berries in rows and stacking them on top of each other to reach the top of the tree.
  • Once all of the berries are placed on the cone, arrange mint sprigs in the spaces between the berries. Place confectioners sugar in a sifter and tap around the tree to dust with sugar.
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  1. LilAng253
    Strawberry Holiday Tree Created by LilAng253
  2. Racheal C.
    What can you use instead of coconut iol? My husband is allergic to coconut so need something different. Thank you
  3. Amy A.
    Video won't work so I'm trying to figure out how you do the base?
  4. graceovgod2
    I simply love the creative, fun way, to celebrate the holiday. I can't wait to make one for my Christmas party. Pictures will follow when I finish making it.
  5. rypitcavage
    Does the tree have to be refrigerated after making, before serving? And, do the berries stick to the parchment we’ll?
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