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Fruit and nut Christmas trees 

whole wheat fruit and nut christmas tree bread

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An ideal recipe to try and gift this festive season apart from the regular Christmas fruit cake. I made these Christmas trees with whole wheat flour, filled with dried fruits, nuts, desiccated coconut, caramel and flavored with nutmeg. Kids would love these Christmassy treats.

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Do check out my Christmas fruit cake to try this Christmas


Christmas tree preparation



Dough preparation

  • In a deep bowl take the wheat flour, semolina, milk powder, sugar and yeast. To this slowly add the water-milk solution and mix to form a soft dough. Finally add salt and a tablespoon of oil to the dough.
  • Transfer the dough to a floured surface and start kneading by stretching and pulling. Add rest of the oil while kneading.
  • Knead for about 12-15 minutes till the dough bounces back.
  • Keep the dough in a well oiled deep bowl and cling wrap it. Keep it aside for the first proofing.
  • Once it doubles in size take the dough on the counter, punch out all the air.

For the filling

  • Take mixed dried fruits, desiccated coconut, nutmeg powder and salted caramel in a bowl. Mix them well.

Rolling and shaping the Christmas trees

  • The recipe makes 10 medium sized Christmas trees. Divide the dough into 2 portions. Roll the dough with a rolling pin. You need to make two types of triangles with a cookie cutter, one full triangle and the other triangle with stem.
  • Place the filling on the triangle with stem and cover with the triangle. Press the edges with a fork to seal and make slashes on the surface for the Christmas tree like appearance.
  • In the same way prepare all the Christmas trees. Place on a baking tray and over with damp cloth for the second rise.


  • Brush with milk and bake in a preheated oven at 180 degrees Celsius for 20 minutes.
  • Take it out before 5 minutes, brush it with milk and bake again for a lovely brown crust.Take the Christmas trees out of the oven and rub some butter.

Enjoy it warm or tie ribbons and gift to your loved ones this Christmas ????

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