Edible Holiday Decorations: Ornament Sandwiches!

Holiday season, Let’s Lunch-style, means it’s time for a festive, new topic: edible decorations.

I wasn’t sure how to keep it sandwich-themed, but then, voilà . . . ornament sammies!

ornament sammy

I made the ornaments and baguette out of homemade maple-flavored marshmallow fondant, and MacGyvered the details using edible silver dust, mini candy canes and colored sprinkles.

This week’s Sandwich Surprisees were Coal Eye:

ornament sammy snowman

and Three Stack:

ornament sammy yarmulke

“Glad it wasn’t a tuna melt,” said Coal Eye.

“We hate melts,” said Three Stack.

Then they noticed me eyeing their dark-chocolate stick arms and general maple marshmallowy deliciousness, and high-tailed it back home near a miniature skating rink in Holiday Village.

Let’s Lunch is a worldwide group of warm and fuzzy food bloggers that meets monthly for a virtual lunch date via Twitter (#letslunch) and shares posts on a new topic each time.

Feast your eyes on the other Let’s Lunchers’ crafty holiday treats!

Annabelle‘s Pecan Caramels at Glass of Fancy
Betty Ann‘s Mini Bibingkas at Asian In America
Grace‘s Spiced Shortbread Cookies at Hapa Mama
Karen‘s Christmas Baskets at GeoFooding
Linda D.‘s Merry Kale Trees at Free Range Cookies
Linda S.‘s Ottolenghi-Style Eggplant with Pomegranate at Spice Box Travels
Lisa‘s Chocolate Almond Christmas Trees at Monday Morning Cooking Club
Lucy‘s Peppermint Candy Tray at A Cook And Her Books
Nancie‘s Buche de Noel at Nancie McDermott
Pat‘s Lemongrass and Pandan Christmas Cookies at The Asian Grandmother’s Cookbook
Tammi‘s Chewy Gingerbread Cookies at Insatiable Munchies
Vivian‘s Holiday Cookies at VivianPei.com

And Sandwich Surprise is always up for expanding its circle of food friends and potential Sandwich Surprisees! Subscribe to my blog, or click here to follow my Twitter account, or here to like my Facebook page. Happy holidays!