Homemade Edible Christmas Tree

Make Christmas tree ornaments you can eat. From cookies to dried fruit, there is something for everyone on this tree.

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Iced Cookies

These simple gingerbread cookies have easy-to-follow directions and are great to make with the kids. The dough is easy to handle and makes cutting different festive shapes fun. You can add some variety to the cookies with some icing and organic red coloring.

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