Saturday, 19 December 2015

Party Ring Christmas Wreath Iced Biscuits

Christmas Wreath cookies for Santa. Turn kids favourite Party Ring biscuits into edible festive wreaths with the adition of icing and sprinkles. A great fun no bake treat - great for kids to help make.


I am so pleased with the festive food idea that I'm sharing with you today. These Party Ring Christmas Wreaths are so so simple to make but very effective. I actually feel like a wee bit of a fraud sharing a recipe/instructions as once you've seen a photo of them you know exactly what to do. I can't believe that I haven't seen these all over Pinterest, could I really have invented them?! (probably not!)


Use a pack of kids Party Ring biscuits as a base for your festive wreaths. Squeeze on some green writing icing and decorate with an assortment of Christmas Sprinkles, Hundreds and Thousands and Edible Glitter. I made mine without the assistance of kids so was able to be very exacting (yup, OCD tendancies!) with my decoration however a more random approach would work just as well. They'd be great fun to make for Santa on Christmas Eve. Just don't forget a carrot for the reindeer and a dram for the big man.


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15 comments :

  1. They look fab! I love an idea for a good DIY that anyone can do, but would never have thought of. It'd be a great bit of Christmas fun to do with my niece :)

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    1. Thanks Laura. I was trying to come up with some sort of festive biscuit decoration idea and Party Wrings looking like Christmas Wreaths was a real lightbulb moment!

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  2. Oh my gosh this is genius! I'm not the type to make my own biscuits from scratch, but this I could manage :D

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    1. Thanks Becca, yup these are definitely something that anyone can manage.

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  3. This is such a good idea!!! I love 'foodie hacks' especially festive ones!! x

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    1. Like you I'm a total sucker for a food hack!

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  4. This is such a nifty idea, my kids would LOVE this! so festive and fun. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. A great way to keep little fingers busy in the build up to Santa's arrival.

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  5. These are so pretty! Such a fun idea to do with the kids!

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    1. Thanks Jemma. The fab selection of Christmas Sprinkles in the supermarkets makes them a joy to decorate.

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  6. Such a simple idea, yet so effective Claire. Love these, thanks for sharing with Treat Petite - Merry Christmas!

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    1. I do feel a wee bit of a fraud entering them as a 'recipe'. Thanks for letting me cheat!

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  7. I haven't had party rings for years and I definitely like the look of your festive version. I've been enjoying making decorated biscuits with the boys this year but the usually end up looking a bit unrecognisable, I suspect even they could have a go at these rings and make them look something like they're supposed to - great idea!

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    1. The basic wreath shape is already these so you can't go wrong and there are so many amazing festive sprinkles these days that you can go wild!

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  8. That looks so yummy. Double purposed - can be food and decoration as well. :)

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