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Puff Pastry Christmas Trees

A fun and delicious Christmas treat shaped as Christmas Trees. Flakey Puff Pastry Christmas Trees with a ginger Biscoff spread filling. They’re crunchy, flavourful and are perfect for the Holidays, accompanied by a mug of hot chocolate or glass of wine.

Puff pastry shaped christmas trees on sticks

Puff Pastry Christmas Trees

Say hello to one of the easiest bakes that you can possibly make this Holiday season, my Biscoff filled Christmas Trees! They’re only four ingredients, and it’s always a showstopper for festive gatherings and Christmas parties!

If you’ve been a follower of mine for a while, you’ll know I am kinda obsessed with Biscoff. Puff pastry is also a weakness of mine, it’s just so darn tasty. The combination of the buttery, flakey pastry paired with the sweet ,creamy cookie butter spread is unmatched! You are going to love these simple Christmas treats.

Looking for more Biscoff recipes, check out my Vegan Biscoff Pancakes, Vegan Biscoff Babka, Easy Vegan Biscoff Lava Cakes and the BEST Vegan No-Bake Biscoff Cheesecakes.

puff pastry christmas trees with biscoff spread

Why you’ll love this recipe

  • Puff Pastry Christmas Trees are stuffed with delicious Biscoff spread.
  • You really only need 4 ingredients!
  • They’re perfectly flakey and crisp.
  • Enjoy warm with a icing / powdered sugar dust for a added ‘snow’ effect.
  • The perfect treat to enjoy this Christmas / Holiday season.
  • They have added ginger flavour for a festive twist.
  • Dispite how intricate they look, they’re actually easy to make!
  • These Biscoff trees will be ready in just under an hour!
  • They are SUPER fun and festive for the holiday season!
  • Minimal effort required.
  • A super fun treat that everyone will love to make, especially kids.
  • Served on cake pop sticks, great served as appetisers.
Christmas tree pastry on a stick

Ingredients you’ll need:

There are only 4 simple ingredients which you’ll need to make these scrumptious Biscoff Pastry Christmas Tress. Find the full written recipe and ingredients list in the recipe card at the bottom of the page.

  • Pastry : Make sure to use PUFF pastry, not shortcrust. Puff will make the trees ultra soft and flakey with a delicious crunch. Use store bought pre-made puff pastry sheets for efficiency and ease. You can use regular or gluten-free, but as the Biscoff contains gluten… if you want a gluten-free dessert, maybe switch the Biscoff for a vegan chocolate spread filling instead.
  • Biscoff spread : Use smooth or crunchy Biscoff spread for this recipe. They are both absolutely divine!
  • Ground ginger: This is optional but it adds a festive, cozy touch to the dessert and really makes the taste unreal! It gives freshly baked gingerbread cookie vibes!
  • Dairy-free milk: You can use any dairy-free milk including almond, oat, soya or cashew. This is simple to brush over the pastries before baking to help the pastry brown and the sugar to stick.
  • Sugar: Optional but it helps the pastry to turn golden and helps with the crispy texture. The best sugar to use is granulated or regular caster sugar.
  • Icing sugar: This is completely optional but dust over the top of the trees before serving for a ‘snowy’ touch.
Biscoff filled pastry christmas tree

How to make Puff Pastry Christmas Tree

You’ll love how easy these puff pastry christmas trees are to make. You only need a spare half an hour to make these fun, effective and festive little hand held treats, with a few delicious ingredients too! You can find the full written recipe and ingredients list in the recipe card at the bottom of the page.

  1. Unravel the pastry

    Start by unraveling the puff pastry sheets, you’ll need 2 sheets. Use a rolling pin to help flatten out any crinkles on the pastry. Spread a generous layer of Biscoff spread onto one of the puff pastry sheets, making sure to go right into the corners. Sprinkle over a light dusting of ground ginger. Add the second sheet on top, press down to stick.

  2. Cut

    Use a shark knife or pizza cutter for ease to make 1 inch wide strips of the dough.

  3. Style

    Take one of the strips, lay it flat in your hand or on a clean worktop and roll it up accordion style, going winder to smaller at the top to replicate a christmas tree shape. Poke a cake pop stick down the middle of the tree. Chomp out star shapes out of the pastry and place on top of each trees.

  4. Bake

    Place the trees on a grease proof paper lined baking tray, spread out to give them room in the oven. Brush dairy-free milk over the pastry then sprinkle over some sugar, then bake until golden.

  5. Serving

    Serve with a dusting of icing sugar to replicate ‘snow’. Enjoy!!

Baked christmas tree pastries on sticks
Pinterest pin of a christmas tree pastry

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puff pastry christmas trees on cake pop sticks

Puff Pastry Christmas Trees

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Celebrate the festive season with these simple Vegan Puff Pastry Christmas Trees, with a ginger Biscoff filling. Great for the Holidays.




  • 2 sheets of vegan friendly puff pastry, thawed (I use Jus-Rol which is vegan friendly)
  • 4 heaped tablespoons of Biscoff spread (smooth or crunchy)
  • 3 teaspoon of ground ginger
  • 2 tablespoons of granulated sugar
  • Dairy-free milk (for glazing)
  • Icing sugar (for dusting)



  1. Preheat oven to 180°C fan and line a baking tray with grease proof paper.
  2. Roll out both puff pastry sheets over grease proof paper. Use a rolling pin to remove any crinkles in the pastry.
  3. Spread Biscoff Spread evenly on top of one puff pastry sheet. Use a spoon or spatula to spread the Biscoff evenly, getting right into the edges.
  4. Evenly dust some ground ginger on top (optional).
  5. With a knife or with a pizza cutter / roller, cut the puff pastry into strips large about 1 inch in width.
  6. Fold the strips to make the Christmas tree shape either in your hand or on the worktop. You can leave the puff pastry as it is or make them into pops with a cake pop stick inserted down the middle. With any left over pastry, chomp out star shapes using a small star cookie cutter (or hand cut with a sharp knife), and insert it on the stick at the top of the tree.
  7. Place on the lined trays, giving them a-little room as the pastry will puff up and spread. Brush the pastries with dairy-free milk and sprinkle over some granulated sugar.
  8. Bake the pastries in the middle of the pre-heated oven for 10-15 minutes or until golden.
  9. Remove from the oven, allow to cool slightly then serve with a dusting of icing sugar.


To store: Best enjoyed fresh, day of making. But can be stored in a air tight / sealed container in the fridge for a day. Allow to come to room temperature before enjoying.

  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Cook Time: 10 minutes
  • Category: Pastries
  • Method: Baking
  • Cuisine: American


  1. Vanessa
    November 19, 2023 / 3:56 am


  2. Shari Giarraputo
    November 19, 2023 / 3:54 pm

    Question regarding the lollipop sticks. Do you soak them to prevent burning or are they good to bake the way they are in the oven?

    • November 20, 2023 / 11:33 pm

      I used simple cake pop sticks (paper) and they were perfect! I wouldn’t use plastic sticks as it will melt! x

  3. Alicia
    November 22, 2023 / 7:34 pm

    How long do they last after making?

  4. Deborah Maloney
    November 24, 2023 / 4:03 pm

    Could Nutella be used?

  5. Sarah
    November 28, 2023 / 11:49 am

    Going to try this right now…..

  6. Liz
    December 9, 2023 / 10:37 am

    You know puff pastry isn’t vegan right?

    • December 10, 2023 / 3:26 pm

      Hello, most pastry is accidentally vegan. I use the brand jusrol which is vegan, they also have a vegan AND gluten-free puff pastry 🙂 Hope this helps x

  7. Clare
    December 10, 2023 / 4:14 pm

    This was an absolute hit for my movie night. So delicious. I did half the amount of optional ginger which was perfect. Would 100% make again for an easy but impressive dessert

  8. Melissa Higginbotham
    December 15, 2023 / 1:49 pm

    Hello. Can you use crossiant dough?

  9. December 30, 2023 / 3:21 pm

    Hello, as i havnt tried to make these with crossiant dough, i wouldnt be able to say 100% if they would work, but you could always give it a go and let me know how it goes 🙂 x

  10. Angie G
    February 9, 2024 / 7:34 am

    super simple and easy, brought them to a Christmas party with non vegans and they went so fast!

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