These No Bake Christmas Wreath Cookies are a fast and simple Christmas cookie recipe to celebrate the holidays.
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These No Bake Christmas Wreath Cookies were inspired by anthills that we made growing up. The anthills use chocolate and butterscotch, and you pile them up into mounds on a baking sheet. By switching to the green candy melts and making them in a circle, you have a wreath! The candy melts are definitely sweeter than the chocolate and butterscotch mixture, but oh so good!
I love making some of the standard Christmas cookies every year, but I always want to try out a few new ones, too. Typically there is a baking party at someone’s house and we go to town with lots of different cookies. Best part of doing this? With multiple people and so many recipes, you get to walk away with quite the variety and some new cookie inspiration! But all those cookies means limited oven space, so something like these No Bake Christmas Wreath Cookies are perfect to keep the baking party going while the oven is occupied.
Making these No Bake Christmas Wreath Cookies is easy and does not require the oven. Just melt the green candy melts, mix in chow mein noodles, and stir. Then use two spoons to place the candy coated noodles into rings. Make sure to not leave any gaps or weak points where they could break! Decorate with sprinkles and let set until hardened. That’s it!