Puff Pastry Christmas Tree

With store-bought puff pastry and a make-ahead chocolate spread filling, this stunning dessert will be ready in no time. And your guests will love the look of it as well as the cinnamon sugary chocolatey taste.

This Puff Pastry Christmas Tree is your ticket to impress this holiday season.

Making a Puff Pastry Christmas Tree dessert begins with two sheets of frozen puff pastry. (You can make it from scratch if you prefer!)

If you've ever worked with frozen puff pastry before, you'll know it typically comes in a pack of two sheets. This works out well because that's exactly how much we need! Be sure to remove the puff pastry from the freezer at least 20 -30 minutes prior to beginning to bake.

Place the top layer of pastry on top of the chocolate spread and make even cuts along both sides to make the "branches."

Don't forget to brush with melted butter and sprinkle with cinnamon sugar to finish it off. I like to serve it with a side of the chocolate spread warmed for dipping.

Set out at a holiday gathering & watch it be enjoyed!