It wouldn’t be Christmas without an edible wreath and we’ve got all the best sweet and savoury ideas – from coffee wreath biscuits to a roast pork and stone fruit wreath.
Nothing says festive decor quite like a gorgeous wreath. Dating back to pagan and Roman times the wreath has had symbolic meaning for many cultures.
Looking for more traditional Christmas recipes?
Lemon-glazed christmas wreaths
Almond and cranberry toffee wreaths
Drizzled in sweet toffee, these almond and cranberry wreath biscuits make wonderful Christmas gifts.
These jam wreath cookies get into the fun festive spirit of Christmas. Keep wreaths in an air tight container for up to 2 weeks.
Coffee wreath (with chocolate sauce)
What’s better than a Christmas wreath? One you can eat!
Christmas coffee wreath cake
This stunning cake is shaped like a Christmas wreath to make your festivities even more special. Your loved ones will love how it looks, but obsess over how it tastes. The rich coffee mascarpone filling is utterly delicious.
Roast pork wreath with stone fruit
Add a special touch to your Christmas table with this charming roast pork and stone fruit arrangement.
Christmas Eton mess wreath
The perfect centrepiece for your dessert table this Christmas – a ring of white chocolate covered in macarons and berries.
Cheats coffee Christmas wreath
This stunning Christmas wreath cake will make your festivities even more special. With a rich coffee mascarpone filling, its utterly delicious.
Christmas wreath pavlova
The ideal Aussie Christmas dessert!