2019’s Best Edible Garlands

December 12th is National Popcorn String Day, which makes today the perfect time to make a fun, edible garland for your tree! (If it makes it that far—some of these are so tasty they don’t.) My name is Kathey Raskin, and I’d like to wish you and your family Merry Christmas and happy holidays from my Las Vegas, Nevada kitchen.

 

Colored Popcorn Garland is a new twist on an old favorite, and your kids and grandkids will love this project from Inspiring Momma!

 

Want to learn how to make a beautiful Old-Timey Garland? Herban Lifestyle has created this how-to for old-fashioned cranberry and popcorn garlands just like you used to make with mom—or even grandma!

 

Did you know you can even make Edible Christmas Garland for your Chickens? I know how popular backyard chickens are for serious home chefs who like their eggs the freshest they can be. Chicken owners, you’re in luck because Fresh Eggs Daily created this how-to for edible Christmas garlands your feathered friends will find as nutritious and delicious as they are lovely.

 

You’ll love this DIY Popcorn Garland Tutorial from YouTuber Hatties Attic!

This Giant Popcorn Garland from The Sway isn’t really popcorn, and you definitely shouldn’t eat it, but it’s still loads of fun!

 

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