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You’ll Eat Up These 10 Adorable And Simple DIY Food Christmas Ornaments

Food is arguably the best part of the holiday season, so why not use some to decorate your tree? Commemorate your love for delicacies like bacon and pizza with one of these DIY tree ornaments…or use dried oranges and baked peppermints to fill your house with fragrance. Check out the ornaments below, and if none of these dishes suit your fancy, maybe they’ll inspire some delicious ideas.

1. These delicate macaron ornaments look good enough to eat.

Read the tutorial on Adventures in Fashion.

2. Red sequins make for great faux pepperoni on felt pizza ornaments.

3. Tailor DIY felt cheeseburger ornaments to your liking. No onion, please.

4. Add a festive, sweet scent to your tree with these melted peppermint ornaments.

Check out the instructions here.

5. These giant, glittery gumdrops will add a pop of color to your tree.

Read the tutorial on Dream a Little Bigger.

6. Hanging dried oranges on the tree is a tradition for many families.

Learn how to dry them here.

7. What these felt fortune cookies predict for 2015 is up to you.

See the step-by-step on Oh Happy Day.

8. The icing on this cupcake ornament looks super life-like.

See how to make this on Almost Super Mom.

9. This bacon ornament would make a great gift for the breakfast lover in your life.

See the tutorial here.

10. These adorable cartoon cotton candy ornaments will perk up any tree.

See how it’s done at Twinkie Chan.

Your Christmas tree is a representation of your style and interests, so show off your culinary tastes with these ornaments. …Just avoid the temptation to taste any of these tasteful decorations.