Thursday, December 22, 2011

Christmas Cornflake Wreaths

Cornflake Christmas Wreaths

Do you believe in fairy tales? I don't but I do now...believe in blog fairy tales. Just last week I made No Bake Cookies because my oven broke in the midst of the holidays. Enter the Fairy Hobmother from Appliances Online from the UK who's mission is to bring joy and happiness to the world’s bloggers by providing treats. Fairy Hobmother sparkled a $40 Amazon gift card for me and I got myself some silpats for future baking projects. Check out Appliance Online "Best Washing Machine" and leave a comment and the Fairy Hobmother may sprinkle some sparkle your way. Fairy Hobmother found me via my comment on Foodhoe's blog -- I would consider her my blog stepsister (the non evil kind.)

Continue with making non-oven Christmas treats for my friends and family. I used everything I already have in my kitchen and quickly whipped up Christmas Cornflake Wreaths. I am going to wrap up the wreaths in cellophane with a pretty bow.

Cornflake Christmas Wreaths

Cornflake wreaths

4 Cups of mini marshmallow
4 1/2 - 5 Cups of Cornflakes*
1 stick of unsalted butter
1 tsp green food coloring
cinnamon candies

Microwave the marshmallows and butter in a bowl for 90 seconds. Stir to incorporate the ingredients and microwave for 45 seconds. Stir in food coloring and then cornflakes. Drop the cornflakes onto greased parchment paper and use greased hands to shape wreaths. Decorate with cinnamon candies. Glue cinnamon candies with royal icing if needed.

*Depending on the freshness of the marshmallows and if using food gel or liquid food color, the recipe may need more or less cornflakes. Experiment with the first batch.

Next year I think I will decorate my Christmas tree with edible ornaments and include cornflake wreaths.

Cornflake Christmas Wreaths

Happy Holidays!


Sisters with Stuff said...

We made these when I was a kid, I can still remember the exact taste of them with the cinnamon imperials on top.

Jessica's Dinner Party said...

I love these!! As simple as they are, I find them so whimsical and full of christmas cheer! Happy Holidays!!!

foodhoe said...

ooh, I'm so glad you were visited by the Fairy Hobmother Bonibella! I love the way those look, and haven't had those cinnamon red hots in ages.

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