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Recipe - Pull Apart Christmas Tree Fingers

Get creative this festive season with this super yummy and easy recipe

We all know the festive season means Christmas parties, get together’s and just an all-round fab time with family and friends. It also mean’s bringing food for Christmas parties and potlucks, so why not get into the swing of Christmas by making something that's Christmas themed (and super delicious).

Holiday appetizers don’t get any more festive than this easy to make Pull Apart Christmas Tree Snack!

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This fun party appetizer will have everyone wanting MORE.  A festive and easy, holiday snack you could take to any party.

It’s quick and easy and only takes minutes to make – our kind of recipe!

The Dough

Whether you’re a DIY-er and want to make this yourself – I found either Nadia Lim or Annabel Langbein’s pizza dough recipe’s super easy to follow. Or if you are short for time you can buy pre-made pizza dough from any supermarket - New World, Countdown, Fresh Choice.

Step One

Lay pizza dough onto a flat surface and roll flat. Cut dough into approximately 32 even sized squares. If you want a larger Christmas Tree you can do more (or less for smaller).

Step Two

In a small bowl combine cream cheese, mozzarella and herbs and mix. Spoon 1 tablespoon of the cheese mixture onto each dough square. Make a ball with the dough and seal the edges.

Step Three

Arrange the stuffed balls into the form of a Christmas tree onto a large oven proof dish. Bake for approximately 20 minutes, or until golden.

Step Four

After removing your Pull Apart Christmas Tree from the oven, brush with butter, minced garlic and sprinkle with freshly chopped herbs. Yum!

Enjoy!

 

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1 comment

  • Yummy! I know what im making for the girls pot luck next weekend. Super handy Christmas recipe, thanks girls!

    Amy

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