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Creative Edible Christmas Wreaths

Edible Christmas wreaths, such as these spectacular designs by my customer/student Sue Bettridge, bring holiday parties to the next level. These decorative fruit trays are filled with delicious goodies and surely taste as good as they look. I hope they inspire your creativity this holiday season as well!

Sue sent photos of her Christmas wreath made from red and green grapes, each one carved. About her colorful fruit tray, Sue wrote:

I pumped strawberries with chocolate and vanilla cheese cake and those little tiny raspberries with vanilla cheesecake mixture, YUM YUM YUM……the passion fruit was taken out of the fruit, mixed with a small batch of vanilla cheesecake and piped back in. I do hope I have made your mouth water with all this yummy creations.”

This beautiful fruit tray was created by Sue for a Christmas party and features an array of cheesecake-stuffed fruit. Sounds delicious!


Sue’s Christmas Wreath with grapes and cheesecake-filled strawberries, raspberries and apricots with passion fruit.


A fiber-optic Christmas tree stands in the center of her holiday fruit tray.

Another idea would be to make a fruit covered Christmas tree for the center of the fruit tray.


Strawberries stuffed with cheesecake



Cheesecake-filled raspberries sprinkled with edible gold dust

Edible Christmas Wreaths of Red and Green Grapes

Sue’s second example of beautiful edible Christmas wreaths contains carved red and green grapes with a red currant center.

Sue made this for her shop staff as a Thank you. It’s red and green grape wreath with a sweet cream cheese base. It’s decorated with fresh red currents and sprinkled with gold and silver edible dust.

 One of Susan Bettridge's edible Christmas wreaths made of grapes

Sue’s red and green grape Christmas wreath features delicately carved grapes and a red currant center.


Close-up look at Sue’s  carved grapes.

another of Sue Betridge's edible Christmas wreaths

Here is another rendition of Sue’s wreath of grapes with a sparkly center.

Thank you to Sue Bettridge for sharing these photos with us!

Keep these in mind these ideas for edible Christmas wreaths this holiday season and showcase your creativity. Your family and friends will be amazed!


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2 Responses to Creative Edible Christmas Wreaths

  1. Tavette December 22, 2014 at 7:39 am #

    Sue’s edible platters are beautiful. They were a labor of love as it’s time consuming to carve out the center of the strawberries and then pipe them w/cheesecake when you’re making that many but I’ve done it before and they absolutely FLY off the plate. I usually put a sprinkle of graham cracker crumbs on top to make them look like cheesecake, but for Christmas I love her idea to put a little sprinkle on top and then dust them with gold.

    Thanks for the close up of the grapes – another great idea. Things like that make the difference between a professional look and a homemade look.

    You know she’s going to be asked to make trays again next year!

    Tavette – S. Fla.

  2. Sue Bettridge March 14, 2015 at 3:52 pm #

    Thank You very much Tavette for you kind comment. Regards Sue B, Australia…

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