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Edible Ornaments

Decorate your Christmas tree with holiday treats! Check out these fun food ornaments, including Christmas cookies, gingerbread men, and homemade candy canes—plus find a bonus non-edible ornament.

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Ornament Popcorn Balls

These gooey-sweet treats are great for dressing up the tree with a little more than the classic popcorn string. And they're yummier and fun for the family, too. — Deirdre Cox, Kansas City, Missouri
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Christmas Cookie Ornaments

Make these goodies for the tree ahead of time and store them plain in your freezer. Come Christmas, fix homemade frosting and decorate. Then tie on ribbons and hang them on your tree. You can also eat these treats! If you do, start them from scratch at holiday time and keep in an airtight container. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen
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Gingerbread Boys

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Homemade Candy Canes

Try making these candy canes during the holidays. They will look extra special hanging on your Christmas tree. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen
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Cinnamon Snowflake Ornaments

Fill your home with the scent of Christmas with these lovely non-edible spice ornaments. Thread a narrow ribbon through them and hang them on your tree, in the window, from the chandelier, or as a swag by the fireplace. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen
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Stained Glass Cookie Ornaments

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Decorative Ginger Cookies

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Snowflake and Icicle Cookies

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Cookie Ornaments

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Simple Snowflakes

To make these treats, I simply cut tortillas into flake shapes, bake and dust them with sugar. Snow never tasted so good! You can serve them on a plate or tie on strings and hang them as ornaments. —Denis Ann Bontrager, Goshen, Indiana