Fabulous edible wreaths to make or buy this Christmas

From a winterberry meringue to a sausage roll showstopper

Fabulous edible wreaths to make or buy this Christmas

Give the classic wreath a foodie makeover and ensure your party table is totally on trend with these edible centrepieces.

From a pastry wreath filled with sausage meat and topped with redcurrants to a colourful sugary meringue masterpiece which has been garnished with chocolate, figs and pomegranates - here's how to treat your guests to a fantastic festive showstopper which they won't forget this Christmas.

meringue wreaths

These dainty little meringues make sweet (literally) tree decorations, and they're deceptively simple to make. Subtley flavoured with rose water, they just need a spritz of gold glitter spray to finish.

ASDA Extra Special Raspberry & Pistachio Wreath

Don't fancy making a mess of the kitchen? No worries. Pull this pretty ASDA Extra Special Raspberry & Pistachio Wreath out of the freezer. Temptingly topped with whipped cream, ganache, raspberries and pistachios, it serves eight people. Simply defrost around two hours before you want to serve it.

Asda extra special pork, turkey & cranberry wreath

This pork, turkey and cranberry wreath is flavoured with herbs, spices and Bramley apple; a sprinkling of poppy seeds provides a crunchy topping. It is ready to eat cold, but can be crisped up in the oven for around half an hour if preferred hot.


Camembert and herby bread wheel

Calling all cheese-lovers. What does every party table need at Christmas? An impressive tear and share creation with an edible cheese centre, of course. Simply pull off a piece of the garlic-infused bread and dip it into the creamy camembert middle. 

Sausage roll wreath

If you're a fan of a sausage roll then this savoury spectacular was made for you. Filled with sausage meat, nuts, fruit and herbs, we think this creation would be the perfect Boxing Day supper or you could serve it up as the main attraction at a seasonal buffet. 

Winterberry meringue wreath

Colourful, crunchy and sure to satisfy any sweet tooths, this winterberry meringue wreath is a neat twist on Eton mess. And it's easy to make too.

Simply make a meringue mixture - by beating together egg whites, sugar, vinegar, cornflour and vanilla essence - then spoon it onto a baking tray. Once cooked, add some whipped cream and top with fruit, chocolate stars, pistachios and shimmer sugar for a fabulous festive finish. 

Feeling inspired to try out these impressive showstoppers? Make sure you stock up on everything you need at Asda or pop into your local store.