Deliciously sweet and creamy this Christmas Tree Dip is made from Little Debbie Christmas Trees and it's just as addictive as the famous Christmas treats.
Making this dip for gatherings at Christmas couldn't be easier. It takes less than 5 minutes and all you have to worry about then is what you are going to offer to dip into it.
❤️ Why you'll love it
- Anything you can make in less than 5 minutes is my kind of recipe. It's a super easy recipe.
- Those Little Debbie Christmas Trees are so addictive and this dip tastes just like that treat.
- The perfect festive treat for Christmas parties, office gatherings, classroom parties etc.
- This Christmas tree cake dip definitely satisfies a sweet tooth.
- Perfect Christmas season dip for a holiday movie night.
- It's the perfect addition to any holiday parties table.
- Can be a great option for a delicious dessert after your Christmas meal.
- Little Debbie Christmas Tree Cakes
- Softened Cream Cheese
- Frozen Whipped Topping (Cool Whip)
- Marshmallow Fluff
- Christmas Sprinkles
See recipe card at the bottom of this post for quantities.
- Step 1: Add all the ingredients (except for the sprinkles) to the bowl of your stand mixer.
- Step 2: Mix on low speed for a few seconds, until mostly mixed then turn up to high speed to all come together.
- Step 3: Transfer mixture to a serving bowl.
Hint: This festive dip is perfect served with fresh fruit, animal crackers, graham crackers, vanilla wafers, gingerbread cookies, shortbread cookies etc. Any favorite dippers.
🔄 Substitutions and Variations
- Zebra Cakes - If you can't find any Christmas Tree Cakes you could use any, like Zebra Cakes.
- Sprinkles - if you have just green sprinkles or just red that'll be fine.
- Vanilla Extract - add a teaspoon vanilla extract.
- Sour Cream - add this instead of the marshmallow fluff.
- Yellow Cake Mix - add this instead of the Little Debbie Christmas Tree Cakes.
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You'll need a serving bowl to serve the dip in and a plate for the dipping snacks.
📘 More Christmas Recipes
- Reindeer Cupcakes
- Pull Apart Bread Wreath
- Christmas Charcuterie Board
- Christmas Oreo Cookies
- Stacked Christmas Trees
- Starbucks Snowman Cookies
- Boozy Christmas Trifle
- Christmas Bundt Cake
- Christmas Roast Chicken
If you have any left (which I never do) store in an airtight container in the freezer, for up to 4 days. You could also cover the bowl in plastic wrap.
Expert Tip: If you don't have a stand mixer it's ok, you can use a hand mixer, or even chop up the trees by hand then mix up with a spoon. You'll have to use some elbow grease though. You could also use a food processor.
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- 8oz Cream Cheese
- 8oz Frozen Whipped Topping
- ¼ Cup Milk
- 7oz Marshmallow Fluff
- 5 Little Debbie Christmas Trees
- 2 teaspoons Christmas Sprinkles
- Add the Christmas trees, cream cheese, whipped topping, marshmallow fluff to the bowl of a stand mixer.
- Start off on slow speed mixing, it might get a little rough for a few seconds. Once it has broken up a good bit you can turn up the speed to high speed for about 1 minute. Until there are no big chunks remaining.
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Nutrition InformationYield 8 Serving Size 1
Amount Per Serving Calories 277Total Fat 17gSaturated Fat 12gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 4gCholesterol 29mgSodium 120mgCarbohydrates 29gFiber 0gSugar 23gProtein 3g