Homemade Edible Christmas Tree

Make Christmas tree ornaments you can eat. From cookies to dried fruit, there is something for everyone on this tree.

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Nougat Candy

These very light soft sweets, nougats, look wonderful hanging in galvanized buckets from a Christmas tree. Sugar, syrup and honey make this the perfect treat for anybody with a big sweet tooth. Make sure to keep it away from children when it’s boiling as it’s extremely hot.

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