Holiday Rosemary Bread Wreath is a stunning holiday recipe that can be presented as an edible table centerpiece. Warm rolls are arranged in a festive wreath that is not as difficult as its presentation suggests.
Fragrant rosemary is mixed into the dough and formed into rolls. The rolls are carefully arranged around a cookie cutter (used as a guide) that creates the wreath shape.
The perfect holiday table centerpiece
Make your holiday table completely edible and adorn with this joyous decoration for everyone to enjoy with their meal. I already mentioned that it is not difficult to make
The rolls are brushed with butter, more rosemary, grated parmesan cheese and baked until browned. When cooled the wreath is decorated with sprigs of fresh rosemary for a festive display.
Holiday Rosemary Bread Wreath – Step by Step
Here are the steps to making the softest, fluffiest rolls. To shape into the wreath, start in the center by placing a cookie cutter in the center. Place 9 rolls, leaving a 1 inch gap between a cookie cutter and rolls and place them in a circle. Place the remaining 18 rolls around the first circle, almost touching.
When you are preparing your holiday meal and including this wreath, I suggest you make more than one. These rolls are fluffy, light and flavorful and will not last long. This wreath would be a lovely way to start a new family tradition and also make a special gift for friends and family.
12 Comments on “Holiday Rosemary Bread Wreath”
Can I use a lactose free milk & butter please.
Yes, you can use lactose-free ingredients without any measurement adjustments. Enjoy.
Could this dough be made ahead of time and the uncooked rolls refrigerated until closer to the time they’re needed?
Hi Wendi, yes. Once you have shaped the rolls, add them to a baking dish in an even layer. Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate for up to 24 hours. When you are ready bake, form them into the wreath on the baking sheet and allow to come to room temperature for 30-60 minutes before baking.
This baked wreath is brilliant and so delicious looking; lovely work here!
Mmm… i love rosemary bread! And the presentation is just stunning – such a genius way to serve this over the holidays!
Looks gorgeous Janette! Will definitely make it for the holidays!
Wow, Janette, those look so fluffy and light. And I love how easy the wreath is to make – genius to just place the rolls around a cookie cutter.
Mmm – I can almost smell these on my Christmas table!
Such an amazing loaf of bread, this looks wonderful and the flavours look so delicious.
I can almost smell the rosemary!!! This look so gorgeous. love how you photographed it too!
What a lovely idea for serving bread. I imagine the smell is wonderful. I do like a bread that you can easily break in to individual pieces, so much easier and convenient.
This is absolutely gorgeous! I have to make this, I just hope I can make it look as pretty as you do.