Wreath Cookies

Christmas is full of traditions, spending time with family, and creating beautiful memories!  One tradition that I will always cherish is the time I spent making Christmas cookies with my mom.  We would make the same delicious cookies each year and occasionally add a new cookie.  Wreath Cookies were always one of my favorite treats and until I made them this year, I forgot how yummy they tasted.

I love that I can now carry on the wonderful tradition of making Christmas cookies with my own children.  They really enjoy helping me in the kitchen and they love baking cookies. Kids love helping make Wreath Cookies, the green color, getting messy hands, and eating them!  Wreath Cookies are festive, fun, and tasty! My four year old even likes the cinnamon candy! My parents are here visiting and it was especially nice to do the baking with everyone together!

Wreath Cookies
Wreath Cookies are festive, fun, and tasty Christmas treats that are fun to make with your kids!
Recipe type: Dessert
  • 1 stick butter
  • 1 10 oz bag miniature marshmallows
  • 1 teaspoon green food coloring
  • 6 cups Cornflakes
  • Crisco
  • Cinnamon Drops
  1. Pour 6 cups of Cornflakes into a large bowl and set aside
  2. Melt a stick of butter in a sauce pan, on low heat
  3. When completely melted, add a bag of mini marshmallows
  4. Stir until the marshmallows are completely melted
  5. Add a teaspoon of green food coloring
  6. Stir until the mixture is completely green
  7. Pour the green mixture on the cornflakes
  8. Mix until the cornflakes are completely coated and green
  9. Put Crisco on your fingers
  10. Place a small handful of the cornflake mixture on parchment paper and form a wreath
  11. Place three cinnamon drops on the wreath
  12. Repeat with the remaining mixture (Every once in awhile, put more Crisco on your fingers)
  13. Let the wreaths sit for a little until they set
  14. Enjoy


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