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
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
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
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
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
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.
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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