5 fantastic edible Christmas wreath recipes

Edible wreaths take two defining characteristics of Christmas - decorations and food - and bring them together into one. These Christmas wreath recipes will delight your guests and look fantastic on your Christmas table.

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5 Christmas wreath recipes

These edible Christmas wreaths are part of the decoration and deliciousness of Christmas! They instantly add festive cheer to a table, and of course they’re fun to eat. Get sweet and savoury ideas, from simple shortbread to a herb and garlic pull-apart made from scratch.

Gingerbread Star Wreath

Gingerbread wreath

GET THE RECIPE: Gingerbread Star Wreath

Prep:  40 minutes
Cook:  10 minutes
Makes:  One wreath

Warmly spiced gingerbread is a Christmas classic. Customise the colours of your wreath to match your festive colour scheme.

Sage, Thyme and Roasted Garlic Bread Wreath

Garlic bread wreath

GET THE RECIPE: Sage, Thyme and Roasted Garlic Bread Wreath

Prep:  30 minutes
Cook:  1 hour 30 minutes (plus proofing)
Serves:  Dinner party (8-10)

Make soft and fluffy potato bread from scratch for this indulgently buttery side dish. Garlic bread is always a welcome sight at the table, so it’s sure to be a hit.

 

Garlic Roast Potato and Sage Wreath

Potato bake wreath

GET THE RECIPE: Garlic Roast Potato and Sage Wreath

Prep:  20 minutes
Cook:  1 hour
Serves:  Dinner party (8-10)

This stunning side is a different way to serve a potato bake. Stacking the potatoes shape takes a bit more time than usual, but it’s worth the effort for not only the attractive design but also for the crisp edges each slice develops.

Christmas Shortbread Star Wreath

Christmas shortbread star wreath

GET THE RECIPE: Christmas Shortbread Star Wreath

Prep:  30-35 minutes
Cook:  30 minutes
Makes:  1 garland

Cranberries and a touch of orange zest add a tangy, fragrant touch to this shortbread garland. 

Gingerbread Ripple Wreath Cake

Gingerbread ripple wreath cake

GET THE RECIPE: Gingerbread Ripple Wreath Cake

Prep:  15 minutes
Cook:  1 hour (+ Chilling)
Serves:  8

Turn homemade gingerbread into a ripple cake for a cool and creamy treat! This recipe needs to sit overnight, so it’s an ideal make-ahead dessert.

 

*DISCLAIMER: Western Star is a contributing recipe Partner at myfoodbook.com.au. This feature includes a mix of content sourced from Western Star and our own opinions. Find out more about the full range of Western Star products.

 

More Christmas food ideas

Discover more festive delights below! For more Christmas recipes that will make a statement, try the Chorizo and Roasted Capsicum Pull-apart bread tree, or make decorated gingerbread ornaments to hang in the tree.

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