Christmas is right around the corner, which means it’s time to kick your holiday crafting into high gear. When you go to decorate your tree this year, you can add a festive (and delicious) touch with DIY edible Christmas ornaments. We’ve rounded up 19 of our favorites for you to choose from.
19 DIY Edible Christmas Ornaments
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Another great idea for a hostess gift, these dip mix ornaments from Sprinkle Some Fun are both delicious and festive.
Create a natural and yummy smelling decoration for your tree with this dried orange garland from Buckets of Burlap.
Hello Wonderful proves gingerbread men aren’t the only option for gingerbread-flavored edible ornaments. Make these delectable garlands to string on your tree.
What could be more delicious than gingerbread hot cocoa with M&M’s? Sprinkle Some Fun takes it a step further by creating ornaments filled with the holiday mix.
Twinkle lights take on a whole new (delicious) kind of fun when they’re sugar cookies decorated with frosting and sprinkles like these edible ornaments from Fork and Beans.
Food Crafts and Family shows how to make fun ornaments with holiday M&M’s.
Gum drops aren’t only decorations for gingerbread houses. Dream a Little Bigger uses them to make a colorful ornament to adorn the Christmas tree.
Achieve stained glass perfection with these beautiful edible ornaments from So I Make Stuff.
This recipe for candied popcorn stars from Country Living dates back to the 1950’s. Hang these cinnamon flavored stars on the tree individually or make them into a garland.
Last but not least, these candy cane heart ornaments from Tips from a Typical Mom are the perfect after-school craft to do with your kiddos.
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Clarissa is a wife and stepmom embracing life in the Land of Enchantment. She works as a nonprofit communication specialist by day and blogger by night. Some of her favorite things are Dr. Pepper, green chile, baseball, country music, and her yellow lab.