The Best Food Christmas Ornaments

Your Christmas tree has never looked tastier

All December long, we're bringing you the recipes, tips and tricks you need to Feast your way through the holidays, no matter how you celebrate the season.

If your family is anything like ours, there's a good chance a few ornaments on your tree are remnants from before you were born. Though there's nothing wrong with holding onto cherished heirlooms, we're here to update your holiday decor with some of our favorite (if not slightly quirky) food ornaments.

Glass Cake Ornament from Sur La Table

Handmade in Germany, this cake has playful pink frosting and ombre layers that will be a constant reminder of how your own baked-good attempts will never look as perfect.

Junk Food Characters from Target

Gaze upon your favorite unhealthy foods one last time before you say goodbye on January 1.

Cheese and Wine BFF Ornaments from Bronner's

Peanut butter and jelly? Nah. You and your best friend go together like cheese and wine. Who knew an ornament could be friendship goals?

 Raspberry Macaron from Sur La Table

Adorable. Definitely not edible.

Glass Beer Growler from Sur La Table

If you were a fan of the beer advent calendar, you'll love this growler ornament.

  Silver Donut Ornament from Havok Designs

A modern take on the classic doughnut ornament made of maple wood. Wood. Not frosting.

  Deli Food Ornaments from Kurt Adler

Pay homage to your favorite charcuterie board with a hunk of prosciutto on your tree and other items from an authentic Italian deli.

S'mores Ornament from Bronner's

Because "s'mores roasting on an open fire" sounds a lot more appealing than chestnuts.