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Treat your family to something extra special this holiday season and dress up your candy dish with a colorful and sweet candy wreath.
I’ve taken the guess work out and made your planning super simple by giving you a list of the ingredients and where to buy them. Happy Holidays!
Candies and Decorations
Starting in November each year, I begin to search for and buy different types of candies for the holiday season. As I am visiting my favorite store, I pick up a large variety.
- Green Napkins – Ordered from Amazon
- Disposable Bamboo Boats – Ordered from Amazon – These boats come in a large quantity of 100 but I find that I use them all year round. I used the small ones for this wreath, but I also have the larger size that I use for individual servings of popcorn and chips. And I don’t mind having them on hand because they are inexpensive.
- Green Decorations – Bought at Michaels
- Fruit Hard Candy – Bought at Aldi
- Gummy Orange Slices – Bought at Trader Joes
- Candy Cane Kisses – Bought at Target
- Ribbon Candy – Bought at Home Goods
- Chocolate Truffles – Bought at Costco
- Chocolate Coins – Bought at Aldi
- Chocolate Covered Almonds – Bought at Trader Joes
- Salted Caramels – Bought at Trader Joes
Other Fun and Creative Ways to Make a Food Wreath
- Place pigs in a blanket in a circle around a small bowl. Fill the bowl with a dipping sauce.
- Fill small bamboo dishes with homemade chocolate or different colored truffle candies.
- Make sweepers of meats and cheese and place them in a circle on a plate. Add nuts or olives to the center.
If you make this recipe, show me a pic! You can upload your photo to your Instagram account and tag me @krazykitchenmom