I saw a snow-covered pine tree on the picture of a Mickey and Minnie sled. It was very interesting, so I drank a three-dimensional Christmas tree according to the shape. I hope everyone likes it.
Cut the white chocolate into a squid bag, tighten the mouth of the bag, and melt the chocolate with water. Cut the small ring to squeeze out the chocolate ring. Squeeze the outer ring first.
Then circle inward, which is better to control the size and shape. Be careful not to fill the middle, leaving a hole that is slightly thicker than the diameter of the biscuit strip.
Both large and small are crowded, because the pine tree is in the shape of a tower as a whole, and the lower layer has the largest diameter. It’s ugly to squeeze, because it’s also decorated.
Squeeze a cream or two on the biscuit strip with a flower bag. The reason why chocolate-coated biscuits are used is that when the biscuits are inserted into the cake, the biscuits will not break due to moisture absorption.
Set of a piece of chocolate.
Adjust the green cream cream, use a small brown flower mouth, that is, a small flower mouth, squeeze a circle of pine needles.
On the green cream cream, use a flower bag to squeeze a white cream cream irregularly to make a snowy sample.
Stack another piece of chocolate. And so on.
Extrude multiple layers according to your preference.
Use scissors to cut off the top extra biscuits and stick the candy.
Plus some decorative candy to add a festive atmosphere.