6 Reviews

I have made these wreaths for several years and like the fact that they are so easy and so very colorful. I have always used almond rather than the vanilla in most recipes.

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Ms Mayhem December 07, 2010

These were a hit at Christmas Eve. I used Crispix cereal instead of corn flakes because we had a whole box tat no one was eating and they worked out great. I sprinkled some holiday sprinkles on the wreaths to give them a festive touch.

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punkroqsk8rchic December 25, 2008

My family has been making these wonderful treats for years at Christmas. They are always one of the first cookies to disappear from the cookie tray during the holidays. They are really easy and fun to make with the children. Just remember to really butter your hands before handeling the cornflake mixture so it doesn't stick to you. Thanks for posting this recipe.

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CarolAT February 12, 2008

I've grown up eating these family Christmas Favorites. And my girls enjoy them just as much as me.

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KeepNF8th October 28, 2007

These taste so yummy! But they were so sticky, I couldn't get them off of my hands to form wreaths -- even with Pam on my hands. So . . . I put the whole recipe in a Bundt pan, let it cool and made one giant wreath. I put the cinnamon candies on top after I turned it out of the Bundt pan. It looks really cool!

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Sisty Gin December 17, 2006

These are like rice crispy treats with food coloring. I used to make them all the time for cookie exchange. They look great. Thanks for posting

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Nado2003 December 14, 2006
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