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16 food ornaments that belong on your Christmas tree

Adorn your tree with your favorite eats—from a sparkly fried egg to a bedazzled can of Diet Coke.

Morgan Olsen
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Morgan Olsen
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When it comes to decorating your Christmas tree, tinsel and sparkly baubles are fun, but your ornaments should really pay tribute to the things you love most. If you're anything like us, that means food—and lots of it. This year, we're decking the halls with a slew of food ornaments that are cute enough to eat. (Resist the urge—glass and teeth aren't a winning combo.) Crafted to look like pizza, Diet Coke, corn dogs and lasagna, these beautiful food ornaments are a not-so-subtle way to show off your favorite cravings during the holiday season. Take a look at the best food ornaments out there and start making room on your Christmas tree.

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Food ornaments for your tree

Inspired by Taiwanese soup dumplings (a.k.a. xiao long bao), this stunning porcelain ornament is so lifelike that you might be tempted to scoop it up with a spoon and start slurping. Go ahead and order takeout instead. $45, Etsy.

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Deck the halls with sticks of butter, fa la la la la, la la la la. An ideal choice for the home cook who manages to slip 8 tablespoons of butter into every recipe, this statement piece is the perfect tribute to all of the holiday cookies you'll devour this season. $16, Food52.

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You know those "best friends" necklaces that people bought for each other back in middle school? Now that you're an adult, replace them with a whole pizza pie worth of ornaments ($56). With enough slices for eight friends, your trees will be eternally connected, even when you're miles apart. $8, Etsy.

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