23 Food Ornaments for Your Christmas Tree
Deck the halls with boughs of holly...or avocado and bacon! Spread holiday cheer with delicious-looking food ornaments for your Christmas tree.
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The star of your holiday baking deserves a spot on the tree. This stick of butter ornament is one of our favorite food ornaments, and it’s perfect for anyone who can’t get enough of the good stuff. Psst! See what brand our Test Kitchen deemed the best Christmas lights.
We love the retro look of this adorable mixer and bowl ornament. It takes us back to the good ol’ days spent in grandma’s kitchen.
Of course, no foodie ornament roundup is complete without a pickle. Though hiding a pickle ornament on your tree is an old German tradition—and can bring good fortune to whoever finds it—there’s no denying it’s also a great decoration for anyone who loves a good gherkin.
How could we knot include a pretzel ornament on this list? This felt cutie looks just as good on your tree as the real deal tastes.
We can’t back it up with science (yet), but we’re pretty sure a good chunk of cheese can make you a happier, calmer and all-around better person. And this wedge is just waiting to be sliced up and added to a grilled cheese sandwich.
Also check out these gifts for cheese lovers that are sure to please.
Looking for a more edible piece? Check out these Starbucks hot cocoa ornaments.
Gift the PB to your J with this adorable peanut butter and jam ornament set. Similar to friendship bracelets, we suggest keeping one and gifting the other for a sweet way to celebrate your bond.
Pay homage to your favorite kitchen appliance with this cute stand mixer ornament. Its vibrant red hue is perfect for the holiday season, and it can be personalized with a name and year.
We’re constantly craving a gigantic plate full of maki rolls, sashimi and sushi pieces. But since we can’t eat sushi all day every day, we’ll be happy to settle for a trio of gorgeous sushi ornaments.
Sure, barbecue is typically reserved for the summer, but the classic American pastime still has a spot on your Christmas tree. Gift this barbecue grill ornament to your favorite pitmaster. Consider these other gifts for grillers.
Doesn’t matter if it’s pepperoni, sausage and mushroom or extra cheese. You can never have too much pizza. (Especially when the crust is homemade.) That’s precisely why we think this supreme slice is a must for your Christmas tree.