Christmas Wreath Cookies

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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 #christmas #cookies #recipes #wreaths


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  1. Anne Byerley

    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! 🙂

    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. 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!

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