Make a Memory with Christmas Tree Scones

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I’m kinda goofy in that (among other reasons) I love to make fanciful food for my kids. Fun cakes at their birthdays, star-shaped cake pops (sort of) at the 4th of July, turkey-shaped cinnamon rolls at Thanksgiving, and this week: Christmas Tree Scones.

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  1. I'll have to remember this for my next batch of scones!
    I used to love doing things like this with my kids. Whenever possible, we still do these traditional things together. My daughter and oldest son have moved out, but Katherine came with us to get the tree last night. Michael and Katherine will stop by tomorrow to help decorate it. I'll leave some ornaments for the younger ones (17 and 23), who will probably be at work.
    I bet your own kids will love to join you in holiday fun, no matter how old they get!

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