If you’re anything like me, you’ll agree that the best gifts are the ones you can eat and the same goes for holiday décor! Keep reading for five wreath recipes that will appeal to your senses in more ways than one.   


Marshmallow Wreath 

These fluffy wonders are capable of doing a lot more than binding your Rice Krispies Treats. Hang a marshmallow amidst a hot cocoa station and watch your guests go crazy over the pure whimsy of the whole display. 

Photo Source: jellytoastblog.com

Visit Jelly Toast Blog for full instructions on how to DIY this Marshmallow Wreath. 


White Chocolate and Peppermint Christmas Wreath Cookies 

These decked out mini-wreath cookies are no-bake and so cute that they’re bound to be total crowd-pleasers. 

Photo Source: foodiecrush.com

Visit Foodie Crush for full instructions on how to DIY these White Chocolate and Peppermint Christmas Wreath Cookies. 


Cranberry and White Chocolate Wreath 

This DIY-er filled his wreath with cranberries and white chocolate but he encourages readers to experiment with dark chocolate, chopped nuts, and orange zest as well. 

Photo Source: donalskehan.com

Visit Donal Skehan for full instructions on how to DIY this Cranberry and White Chocolate Wreath. 


Edible Fruit Christmas Wreath 

On the healthier side of the spectrum, we have this fruit-filled wreath which is chock-full of natural sugars for the same sweet taste without the short-lived sugar rush. 

Photo Source: momtastic.com


Visit Momtastic for full instructions on how to DIY this Edible Fruit Christmas Wreath. 


Olives on a Bed of Rosemary 

And finally, moving away from sweet altogether, I love this savoury wreath idea, which takes a cue from a classic charcuterie board.

Photo Source: thekitchn.com

Visit The Kitchn for full instructions on how to DIY this Olives on a Bed of Rosemary Wreath. 



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