Sugar cone Christmas trees are the best! Sugar cone Christmas tree recipes are always easy to make, and this one is no exception. Would you like to learn how to make a Christmas tree out of ice cream cones as part of your holiday crafting?
Sugar Cone Christmas Trees
This Christmas tree ice cream cone activity is fun for people of all ages. That means it’s not only fun for the kids but adults love it too!
This year we are taking it a step further and teaching you how to put a Grinchy spin on it! With inspiration from the holiday classic comes the Grinch Christmas tree ice cream cone!
If you love the Grinch as much as we do, you’ll love these other ideas too. Find out how to make Grinch brownies, a Grinch craft, and Dr. Seuss Party ideas!
This edible tree cake is so fun to make. You can do it in no time.
Busy parents and teachers will love this craft idea. All it takes is a few ingredients!
Sugar Cones Edible ice cream cones that the kids can decorate. This is the perfect cone to use this activity or craft on because it looks more like a tree.
Green Icing This is for the tree coloring, so it looks like a real Christmas tree.
Edible Hearts This is used for the treetop. In fact, it is inspired by the famous Dr. Seuss movie to resemble the Grinches heart.
- First, you will add the green frosting to the sugar ice cream cone. Then, turn the cone slowly as you add the icing around using a piping bag. It will look like the branches on the trees.
2. After that, you will need this edible heart to add for a treetop.
3. Feel free to add sprinkles and edible decorations. For example, we used the green icing resembling the grinch, the red heart for the grinches heart, and m & ms to resemble ornaments.
Lastly, the best part is you get to eat the treat after it is finished.
The best part about this Christmas tree ice cream cone activity is that all the ingredients are edible!
It’s delicious and fun! Plus, users could use this idea for lots of holiday parties or for one of these ideas.
- Christmas Tree Ice Cream Cone Activity
- Ice cream cone Christmas tree
- Waffle cone Christmas tree
- Sugar cone Christmas tree craft
- Preschool craft idea
Want more easy tips for making Christmas tree cones with kids?
The first tip is that you don’t have to use green frosting. Instead, you could let the kids pick out red frosting or another icing favorite.
As well as have a piping bag for each of them to use.
Along with that, you don’t have to use the grinch heart but make a star tip instead.
Another tip would be to use wax paper underneath the area you or the child will be working in.
You could let them pick out candy canes, gingerbread house fixing, assorted candies, anything to make this sugar cone Christmas tree even more fun!
I hope you have fun making this Christmas tree with ice cream cones!
It’s such a fun edible dessert for the holidays!
Plus, if you love the Grinch as much as we do, you must see this hilarious game we made!
All of Whoville would be proud! What do you think?
Harmony, Momma To Go says
my daughter would love doing this – might be easier than those gingerbread houses! so cute – merry Christmas!
Yay! Yes, it’s so easy and fun! 🙂
Patricia @ Grab a Plate says
I love treats like this to make with the kiddos! Brings out their creative side with a fun treat as a result!
I totally agree! 🙂 Thank you for stopping in and checking it out.
This is such a great and cute idea, my kids will be excited to do this for the festive season. Thank you so much for sharing
That’s awesome! I am so glad that your kids will enjoy this idea. Thanks for letting me know. 🙂
Nadalie Bardo says
They are so cute! What a fun way to make a holiday craft and treat to enjoy.
How fun!! Love this idea to share with kids this upcoming holiday season. Fun and delicious, thanks for the idea.
Lauryn R says
This is such a fun idea, thank you so much for sharing! My kids would have so much fun making these. 🙂
Thanks so much for stopping in! This is such a fun craft to do. My kids loved it!
Nova S says
i love these! cute and easy to make
Thank you! It’s an easy craft for the classroom or a party too! 🙂
Terri Quick says
These are so cute & creative
Thank you so much!
Debbie P says
These are cute and are easy enough for younger children.
Thank you! 🙂
Kara Marks says