Christmas Tree Cake Dip
Light and fluffy dessert dip made with Little Debbie’s Christmas Tree Cakes. You’ll fall in love with how easy it is to prepare – no cooking required!
In my humble opinion, the most delicious wrapped snack cake on the planet is, without a doubt, Little Debbie’s Christmas Tree Cake. This is the one store-bought holiday treat I look forward to every year!
Last year, my jaw dropped completely when my TikTok feed was filled with people mixing up these delicious seasonal cupcakes and turning them into a dip. All I could think of was that I wanted a cake dip, and I wanted it NOW!
I saw a few different variations, so I committed to doing the hard work and testing various ingredients and amounts. The result is a light and fluffy dip that, believe it or not, isn’t too sweet.
I love making this to bring to Christmas parties and potlucks because it’s economical, quick and easy. There is no cooking necessary and the only tool you need is a hand mixer or stand mixer.
If you like variety, add it to my Christmas dessert dips platter as a fourth dip option. Perfect for eating on the couch during Christmas movie night!
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- Small Debbie Christmas Trees – You can use the classic vanilla version or the chocolate Christmas trees.
- Cream cheese – Use whole cream cheese for the best flavor.
- cool whip – Cool Whip is the secret to all great dessert dips. I wouldn’t recommend replacing it.
- Milk – A little milk helps get the dip to the right consistency. Use whole milk for best flavor.
- Vanilla extract – A little vanilla adds just the right amount of flavor.
- Asparagus – I used these red and green sprinkles to top the dip so it looks like the snack cake.
How to do
- Add all ingredients (except the sprinkles) to a mixing bowl.
- Mix with a hand mixer.
- Add to a serving bowl and garnish with sprinkles just before serving.
- Serve with various cookies for dipping.
What to serve with Christmas tree cake dip
You can dip almost any type of cookie in this dip.
Some of our favorites are:
- Vanilla sugar wafers
- Ginger biscuits
- Chess Butter Cookies
- Pirouette Sticks (chocolate & vanilla)
- Cakes with chocolate chips
- Sugar cookies
- Nilla Wafers
- Make a thicker dip by cutting the amount of Cool Whip in half. It will also be sweeter.
- Use red food gel to make curvy lines on top of the dip that look like holiday cake.
- Don’t add the sprinkles until ready to serve or their colors will bleed onto the white dip.
Looking for more no-bake Christmas desserts? Try this Easy Cranberry Fluff and Rolo Stuffed Ritz Crackers.
If you need something to wash it down, I recommend a Christmas Old Fashioned or an Iced Sugar Cookie Latte.
5 Little Debbie’s Christmas Tree Cakes
1 8 oz cream cheese block
16oz cool whip
1/4 cup Milk
1/8 tsp Vanilla extract
Red and green sequins
Add all ingredients, except the sprinkles, to a large mixing bowl.
Use a hand blender to mix until the ingredients are well combined. There will be a few lumps on the cakes – this is normal.
Place in an airtight container or in a serving bowl with plastic wrap. Refrigerate until ready to serve.
When ready to serve, sprinkle with red and green sprinkles. Serve with cookies.