Candy Wreath

Candy Wreath Recipe

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Megan Stewart

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@GSMegan

My Aunt Margie brought Christmas Wreaths (those yummy cornflakes with cinnamon candies that I always picked off) to family get togethers. She shared the recipe with me when she found out I liked to cook. This is basically a rice krispies huge version, with frosting and M&Ms. Enjoy!

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Method:
Stove Top

Ingredients

  • 1 1/2 Tbsp
    butter
  • 5 oz
    marshmallows (20)
  • 3 c
    rice krispies
  • ·
    food coloring
  • ·
    vanilla frosting
  • 2 lb
    red and green m&ms
  • ·
    red bow

How to Make Candy Wreath

Step-by-Step

  1. Melt butter, add marshmallows and melt completely then stir in food color and remove from heat before adding cereal. Coat hands with margarine and make a ring on waxed paper 7" in diameter. Stir food color to match candy, frost ring and press green candy all over wreath. Dab frosting onto red candy and clump together in threes to form berries. Attach to wreath. Put a dot of frosting on back of a bow to hold onto wreath. Slice and serve.

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About Candy Wreath

Course/Dish: Cookies
Main Ingredient: Sugar
Regional Style: American




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