12 wonderful wreaths you’ll want to eat this Christmas
A front door finished with a festive crown announces to the world that Christmas has begun. Sooner or later, neighbours follow suit. Then before you know it, the whole street is sporting that doughnut-shaped decoration. Whatever your style – large or small, sprayed with snow, covered in glitter or bursting with berries – a Christmas wreath makes a statement.
And if a wreath on your door says a lot, a wreath on your table says even more. I’ve scoured the web and found 12 edible creations that deserve to be your centrepiece this year.
1. delicious. raspberry jam wreath
Want to take this jammy bread recipe to the next level? Just add peanut butter.
3. wrytoasteats’ cheesy caprese Christmas wreath bread
Think pizza, but with a twist – literally! Homemade dough, shredded mozzarella, tomato sauce and fragrant basil leaves make this a savoury masterpiece. And I want it, right now.
4. baking a moment’s Swedish tea ring
Cinnamon, spice and all things nice…
5. delicious. cheese bread sharing wreath
The delicious. food team were feeling generous when they called this a ‘sharing’ wreath…
6. Mich Turner’s Christmas wreath fridge cake
Underneath all of those gingerbread biscuits, edible flowers and candy canes lies a rich and fudgey chocolate fridge cake… *drools*
7. duchie baking’s Christmas orange, pecan and cinnamon couronne
A handful of nuts, a grating of orange zest and a pinch of cinnamon makes this the ultimate festive sweet treat.
8. delicious. iced mince wreath
Forget mince pies – I’m mad for this mince wreath!
9. chew town’s Cicerchiata
Fried sweet pasta dough balls dripping in warm honey and sprinkled with flaked almonds. Enough said.
10. domestic gothess’ chocolate, ginger and pumpkin bread wreath
Because chocolate makes everything better. Here’s a wreath slathered in chocolate spread…
11. Jane’s patisserie Christmas pavlova wreath
Everyone loves a pav. And I think this one looks berry good indeed.
12. Nicky and Max’s cinnamon, berry and marzipan wreath
This plaited bread is enough to convert any marzipan sceptic.
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