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Sticky Christmas Corn Flake Wreath

By Nicole Presley |

I happen to be a rice krispie treat kind of girl…. but needed a change-up for Christmas. Well with Christmas Eve and Christmas approaching like nobody’s business…. I remembered the cute little cornflake cookies my great grandma used to make when I was a little girl. They looked like little dumps of green blobs, but were crunchy chewy good. I thought, why don’t I make that same type of concoction, but instead of dropping them in blobs, making them into a wreath shape. I decided to make a big cornflake sticky wreath that we could all dig into. Merry Christmas to you and your family.

Sticky Christmas Corn Flake Wreath


Tie a little ribbon into a bow for the top decoration. Enjoy!

Ingredients for sticky Christmas corn flake wreath:

  • 3 – tablespoons butter
  • 6 – cups mini marshmallows
  • 6 – cups corn flakes
  • green food coloring
  • red sprinkles


  1. In a large pan over a medium flame melt the butter.
  2. Add in the marshmallows and stir until completely melted and smooth.
  3. Stir in green food coloring until color desired is reached.
  4. Remove from flame.
  5. Stir in the corn flakes, until all flakes are completely coated.
  6. On a large plate with a little bowl positioned in the middle pour the corn flakes mixture around the little bowl.
  7. Then shape with your hands.
  8. Sprinkle with red sprinkles.
  9. Enjoy!


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Nicole Presley

Nicole Presley is a Mexican American food blogger who loves to cook, bake, and write about it! Nicole shares all sorts of delicious recipes and beautiful photos of the food she prepares, with an extra focus on the Latin food of her heritage. Read bio and latest posts → Read Nicole's latest posts →

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