Festive Fusion of Christmas Tree with Chicken Tree Food Recipe

Festive Fusion of Christmas Tree with Chicken Tree Food Recipe

Christmas tree food helps the tree absorb water and nutrients, ensuring it stays hydrated. By using this non-toxic and safe recipe, you can maintain a tree that is not only fire-resistant but also retains its needles effectively. The acidity in the tree food aids in water absorption, preventing the growth of bacteria and mold. The sugar constitutes the nutritive “food” aspect of the tree food.

Christmas tree food Recipe

Mix some real lemonade, lime, or orange juice with the water. I have used lime in the water for my tree this season. Even though I put it on Thanksgiving weekend, it’s still going strong. The ingredients are not critical. I would say I use about 1/4 of a limeade with 3/4 of water.

Make a tree with Christmas Chicken Tree Recipes

The Christmas season is the perfect time to try something chicken in the chicken department and wow your guests, whether it’s an intimate dinner party or a big party filled with friends and colleagues, including you. Nuggets get a festive touch by cutting them into seasonal shapes (like stars, bells, or trees). Using chopped cheese and fries in the breadcrumb mixture might seem a bit odd. Moreover, it adds a satisfying flavor and crunch to the chicken coating.


  • Hot glue gun
  • 1 large lemon
  • 3 rosemary stems
  • 12 red frilly toothpicks
  • 1 (8-in.) Styrofoam disc
  • 121 yellow frilly toothpicks
  • 1 (17.8-in.) Styrofoam cone
  • 120 cooked chicken nuggets
  • 20 colorful, assorted mini bows
  • 12 cherry tomatoes (about 1 pint)
  • 20 dill pickle chips (about 3/4 cup)
  • 20 assorted dipping sauce packets


1st Step

Place the Styrofoam cone in the centre of the disc, and lightly trace the base of the cone. Using a kitchen knife or other sharp object, carefully cut and remove the inner circle of the disc. Put the cone in the cut disc.

2nd Step

Using the yellow toothpicks, pierce 1 nugget per pick and thread it into the cone, initializing at the bottom and working your way up. Continue repeating the process until the tree is fully coated with nuggets. It doesn’t matter if there are white spaces visible.

3rd Step

Using the red toothpicks, pinch the cherry tomatoes and distribute them evenly in the open spaces.

4th Step

Slide the pickles into the open crevices between the nuggets to cover the white spaces.

5th Step

Break 1 1/2-inch rosemary pieces off the stem and fill in the remaining open spaces in the tree.

6th Step

Cut off the ends of the lemon. Using a sharp kitchen knife, slice the skin lengthwise until it reaches the pulp. Pass the knife between the pulp and the marrow as you spread it, removing the flesh from the skin. Utilizing a sharp knife or utility knife, cut a star shape out of the skin. Use the remaining yellow toothpick to attach the star to the top of the tree.

7th Step

Using the hot glue gun, fix the flakes on the sachets of sauce and place them at the foot of the tree.

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