Gingerbread Christmas Tree 3D Cookie
Let's the Christmas baking start now!
Turn the classic Gingerbread Cookie Dough into a Christmas Masterpiece!
This year we would like to offer you the ultimate gift, which will turn your Christmas into an unforgettable experience.
Make this 3D Christmas Tree together with your family or gift it as a present to someone who loves Christmas Baking.
This DIY Kit contains everything what you will need to make and decorate this wonderful edible 3D Christmas Tree from scratch.
- All dry ingredients, labelled and premeasured
- Paper template to cut out your Christmas Tree
- Royal Icing for decoration
- Chocolate Rainbow dots
- Chocolate Star
- Green Food Colour
- recipe card with easy to follow instructions
- baking paper
- If you like us to include any personal message please let us know.
Please note: the cake board is not included.
You need only:
Eggs, Butter, Black Treacle, drop of Milk
You can choose between 3 options:
Xlarge: The kit contains enough ingredients to make one extra Large Christmas Tree and even some more Christmas cookies. The size of the tree is approx 27cm/ 10in high.
Medium: The kit contains enough ingredients to make few Medium Christmas Trees or one Medium and even some more Christmas cookies. The size of the tree is approx 15cm/ 6in high.
Small: The kit contains enough ingredients to make few Small Christmas Trees The size of the tree is approx 10cm/ 4in high.
Cookie mix: WHEAT flour, Brown sugar, cinnamon, ginger powder
Royal Icing Mix: Icing Sugar, White Egg Powder, Food colouring gels
Food colour gel contains: Glucose, Sugar, Water, Anti-caking agent (Potato Starch), Colour (Brilliant Blue), Preservative (Potassium Sorbate), Acidity Regulator (Citric Acid), Gelling Agent (Agar), Stabiliser (Xanthan Gum).3
ALLERGY: the recipe contains EGGS, GLUTEN, DAIRY PRODUCTS.
How to store:
Cookie Mix: store in a cool dry place.
Royal Icing Mix; store in a fridge for up to 5 days. Before use leave it in room temp for 20 min before you start decorating the cookies. It is totally normal for royal icing to separate when it is being stored. If needed please remix it again by rubbing the piping bag gently until the mix gets soft and consistent.