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Christmas Wreath Cookies

Christmas Wreath Cookies on parchment paper

A festive Christmas Cookie recipe perfect for the holidays. These Christmas Wreath Cookies are packed with almond flavor, sticky marshmallows, and a blast to make as a family!

This is one of our family favorites during the holidays! I inherited the recipe for these Christmas Wreath Cookies from my husbands family. And so glad I did!

If your looking for a super easy cookie recipe to make, a great activity with the kiddos, and a festive treat for Christmas time then these Christmas Wreath Cookies are it!  I hope you enjoy!

For the recipe please head over to Gina @ Kleinworth & Co., I am guest posting there today! Be sure to stop give her some love, and browse around. She has some AWESOME recipes and beautiful photography!

Christmas Wreath Cookies on parchment paper

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8 comments on “Christmas Wreath Cookies”

  1. Hi Krista,
    These look absolutely beautiful, and yummy, will try them out as a present for my brother and sister inlaw,
    Thank you so much.
    I am following in all ways I can from a brand new blog, so all visits and follows will be most welcome, and highly appreciated.
    Thank you.
    I hope that you have a fantastic day and weekend.
    Love and best wishes.

    1. Thanks so much Anne, so glad to have you. Your sweet comments always brighten my day. I hope your brother and sister-in-law enjoy these christmas treats as much as we do! 🙂

  2. I love how festive the wreaths look, they turned out beautifully Krista! Love how easy and fun they are to make too, pinning and thanks for sharing 🙂

    1. Yeah, super easy to make. Just be prepared for green fingers after forming the wreaths! 🙂 hehe… The good thing is the green fingers are totally worth it because the flavor is awesome! Thanks for the pin, your too sweet!

    1. Yeah! I was excited to “be had”… if that makes any sense.. haha… anywho thanks for letting me post over there today sweet friend!

  3. These are my favorite! Made them last year and somehow the green ended up being almost a neon color, not sure how I accomplished that one.

    1. hahaha… I’ve been there! I learned that when you add the green coloring in to make it a darker green in the beginning because once the corn flakes are mixed in the green lightens up. 🙂 Ya live and ya learn! Hope you make them again this year!