Red and Green Recipes Are the Ultimate Holiday Table Décor

Give your holiday spread a merry makeover with these recipes.

FNK Development; Holiday Cheeseball Wreath,FNK Development; Holiday Cheeseball Wreath

Photo by: Armando Rafael Moutela ©2015, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Armando Rafael Moutela, 2015, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

You've trimmed the tree, hung your lights and turned your home into a holiday wonderland, so now it’s time to give your holiday spread the Christmas treatment, too. These red and green dishes will bring cheer to your table — and are super-fun to make — which is why we're willing to bet they’ll become you're new holiday tradition.

Holiday Cheese Ball Wreath (pictured above)

If you’re looking for a new use for your Bundt pan, look no further. This adorable cheese ball can be molded in a small pan before receiving a coating of fresh chives and parsley.

Photo by: Heather Ramsdell ©©Food Network 2016

Heather Ramsdell, ©Food Network 2016

You’ll never settle for a classic cheese board again. This tree-shaped appetizer can be made by hand and decorated with all the accoutrements that would usually end up on a platter.

Photo by: Armando Rafael Moutela ©2014, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Armando Rafael Moutela, 2014, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Ree Drummond’s appetizer roll ups can be prepped ahead of time. Slice the logs just before serving for a red and green surprise.

Who says cookie decorating should require a steady hand? All you need for these beauties is some festive food coloring, icing and dunking skills.

This holiday treat requires a trip to the craft store, but we promise all your hard work will be worth it when you see the look on everyone’s face as you place your masterpiece on the dessert table.

Photo by: Matt Armendariz ©2015

Matt Armendariz, 2015

Turn homemade (or store-bought — we won’t tell!) brownies into adorable Christmas trees. Use peppermint sticks for the trunks for an added holiday flavor.

Food Network Kitchen's Cornflake Christmas Wreath holiday recipe

Photo by: Lucy Schaeffer

Lucy Schaeffer

Cereal treats get a Christmas makeover! Shape colored treats into individually decorated wreaths for an easy no-bake holiday dessert.

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