You really can't mess the design up, so you could even let the kids help you decorate the wreaths. Plus, the red and green colors are perfect to serve during the holidays. They make a really pretty addition to any table.
Whether you are searching for a snack, an appetizer, or a light dessert, these Christmas wreaths would have you covered. You can also make them ahead of time and freeze them.
Christmas Wreath Marshmallow Treats Recipe
Bev Owens published the recipe for the Christmas Wreath Marshmallow Treats on Review This! You can find her recipe and all of her great tips there.
I always prefer a recipe that is simple and one that you most often have all the ingredients on hand without having to run to the grocery store. Since the Marshmallow Christmas Wreaths recipe is a combination of cereal, marshmallows, M&M's, food coloring, butter and vanilla, it is unlikely this recipe would send us out to gather supplies. Especially at Christmas. I might not always have M&M's on hand, but I do during the holidays. I suspect that is true for most of us.
Making & Shaping the Marshmallow Wreath Treats
You can take the time to form these treats in the round wreath shape or you could make it easier on yourself and use the elongated wreath shape shown in the photos. The elongated wreath really does make a nice cover up for any mistakes too. A combination of shapes would be truly fantastic and look completely planned too.
This really is a fun recipe for several people to make together. It is actually good to have helpers since the mixture starts to set pretty quickly as it cools.
Wishing You All A Very Merry Christmas!