Edible Christmas Tree

Edible Christmas Tree
Cheerful, festive and very childish like the hands that helped to make this cake and built it as they like. Colorful & optimistic & snowy with coconut & Christmas lights colored candies & with a caramel star at its top, with lots of joy!
Dedicated to all children, young or old, Christmas Celebrations - the latest and most impressive of the year - shine in their eyes and soul, full of expectation and joy! From our home to yours:
Merry Christmas!
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work: 15′ time: 1h:00′ easy:

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Ingredients (~10 servings)

  • 125g (4.4oz) butter, in room temperature
  • 200g (7.1oz) sugar
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 2 eggs, large or 3 medium
  • 200g (7.1oz) flour self raising
  • ¼ tsp salt
  • 150g (5.3oz) fresh milk
  • 60g (2.1oz)liqueur amaretto
In a large bowl put the softened butter into pieces and sugar and beat them well to join.
Continuing beating add the vanilla extract and eggs one by one to beat well.
Inside the flour, pour the salt and add it alternately to the milk until it is incorporated into the mixture. Pour the amaretto liqueur, gently stirring with a spatula.
Butter and flour a tree-shaped form or any other shape we like. If it is silicone, simply butter. Empty the whipped mixture of cakes into the mold and lay the surface.
Bake for 40'-45' with air, at 160℃ (320℉, Gas Mark:2.8) until it is well cooked and golden. We try with a stick in the center of the cake. If the form is silicone it needs 5'-6' more baking. Remove the form from the oven and allow it to cool completely before removing the cake. We decorate with coconut and jelly bean caramel.
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More suggestions for delicious and impressive cakes, with a wide variety of ingredients, can be found on their page Recipes and in the category of «Pound Cakes».

Author:Zambia G. Sifaki