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This beautiful edible Christmas wreath appetizer platter will be the talk of your Holiday party! Christmas wreath veggie tray made out of broccoli, cherry tomatoes and fresh rosemary, with the dipping sauce in the middle – yes, please!
This festive Christmas wreath vegetable plate looks stunning – it’s almost too beautiful to eat :) With the addition of fresh rosemary, it even smells like Christmas! Who’s going to be the first brave soul to dig in and start dipping?
Making this delicious edible Christmas wreath is super easy and only takes 5 minutes. The round plate fits the shape of the wreath and will hold it in place. The small bowl of dressing will be in the center to create the hole in the middle. Just add the green broccoli florets without the stems to make the green branches of the wreath, then sprinkle cherry tomatoes throughout to make the ornaments, and top with fresh rosemary spigs to complete the Christmas wreath. That’s all there is to it! Healthy, tasty and pretty – a perfect addition to any Christmas party!
A great thing about this Christmas wreath appetizer is that it can be made in advance. If making it in advance, just hold the dressing – put the empty bowl in the center of a plate, and fill it with dressing later right before serving. The Christmas wreath veggie plate can keep for up to 8 hours at room temperature, or up to 2 days in a refrigerator. Unlike fruit that are highly perishable once sliced, these veggies are tough and can last a while!
How To Make Christmas Wreath Vegetable Plate
Step 1: Put a small round bowl of dressing in the middle of a large round plate.
Step 2: Put the broccoli florets (without stems) on the plate.
Step 3: Put cherry tomatoes on the broccoli to make wreath ornaments.
Step 4: Add spigs of fresh rosemary to the Christmas wreath veggie tray for the finishing touch!
Now dip away and enjoy this delicious edible Christmas wreath vegetable platter!
Christmas Wreath Veggie Platter Appetizer Tray Recipe
- 3 cups broccoli florets stems removed
- 1 pint cherry tomatoes
- 6 spigs of fresh rosemary
- 1/3 cup Ranch dressing
- Put a small round bowl for dressing in the middle of a large round plate.
- Add the Ranch dressing to the small bowl.
- Put the broccoli florets on the plate around the dressing bowl, so the plate is covered with broccoli and there are no gaps.
- Put the cherry tomato "ornaments" on top of the broccoli.
- Put the rosemary spigs on top of the broccoli to decorate the Christmas wreath.