This is a Nigella recipe which is simple yet effective. It's a fun project to do with the kids and they will absolutely love these as it's sweet and crunchy and cute! The Christmas sprinkles add a lovely festive touch. It's a no bake recipe that can be made up to a week ahead. It will also keep in the freezer for 3 months.
I'm entering this to a few challenges this month
AlphaBakes which I am hosting this month and co host with Caroline from Caroline Makes. The letter this month is X for Xmas Cornflake Wreaths.
Tea Time Treats hosted by Kate from What Kate Baked and co-hosted by Karen from Lavender and Lovage. The theme this month is Festive Food Gifts.
Calendar Cakes hosted by Rachel from Dolly Bakes and co-hosted by Laura from Laura loves Cakes. The theme this month is Jingle Bell Rock.
Treat Petite hosted by Stuart from Cakeyboi and co-hosted by Kat from the Baking Explorer. The theme this month is Happy Holidays.
Four Seasons Food hosted by Anneli from Delicieux and Louisa from Eat your Veg. The theme this month is Party Food.
Let's Cook Christmas Party Food hosted by Nayna from Simply Food.
Biscuit Barrel Challenge hosted by Laura from I'd Much Rather Bake Than... The theme this month is Quick and Easy. These are not technically biscuits but they'd easily fit in a biscuit barrel :)
Family Fodies hosted by Louisa from Eat Your Veg and Vanesther from Bangers & Mash. The theme this month is Kids Christmas and I'm sure most kids love cornflakes. They will also have fun making these with you.
Dead Easy Desserts hosted by Sarah from Maison Cupcake. This can definitely be prepared in under 30 minutes, excluding chilling time.
Secret Recipe Club Holiday Treats Party
Recipe is taken from Nigella Christmas page 210. If you do a google search for Nigella Christmas Cornflake wreaths, you can find the recipe online.