Have you ever seen a Christmas tree and thought, damn, that looks so good, I could eat it? No? Then I guess you’ve never seen an evergreen covered in junk food ornaments. I have, and let me tell you, your grandma’s fancy glass bulbs can’t hold a candle to them.
If you’re a fan of occasionally stuffing your face full of less-than-nutritional foods, there’s a good chance you’ll appreciate the following junk food ornaments. Let’s drool over them together in the comments section, shall we?
Old World Christmas pancakes ornament, $14.95
I’m obsessing over the metallic syrup on this stack of pancakes.
Target burrito ornament, $6
Burritos are one of the most delicious foods of all time, and that’s a matter of fact, not opinion. Whoever made this burrito got the layers just right.
Guiltfree Decadence peppermint bark ornament, $11
If Christmas had a taste, it would be the taste of peppermint bark. My friend and I made a batch last night, and we basically had to lock it away in fear that we would eat the entire thing in one sitting. What’s crazy is that the bark we made looks almost exactly like this Christmas ornament—I mean, that candy cane looks real.
Urban Outfitters pizza ornament, $12
Because no junk food tree would be complete without a big ol’ slice of sparkly pizza.
Bronner’s Christmas Wonderland fortune cookie ornament, $6.99
This is one of my favorite ornaments on the list. Fortune cookies are an integral part of many families’ Christmas celebrations, and I love the fortune attached to this one.
Kataroo Clay ice cream sundae ornament gift set, $65
Can you even believe that these ice cream sundaes are ornaments? I mean, stop! It’s too much! They look too real and too delicious!
Silla Dilla Grape hamburger ornament, $14
This 2-D hamburger ornament looks like something you might have found on a Christmas tree in 1994. For that, I love it.
Ellie Ellie Ltd. emoji French fries ornament, $10.83
Because you can’t have a 2-D hamburger without a 2-D carton of fries.
Shimrita cupcake ornament set, $29.99
Add these cupcakes to the list of “Ornaments that Look Way Too Realistic and Way Too Delicious.”
Old World Christmas Chinese food takeout ornament, $14.99
Oh my God, I’m in love with this takeout box ornament.
Rusti Lee blueberry pie ornament, $19.95
I cannot get over the detailing on this teeny little blueberry pie ornament. The artist at Rusti Lee has made a ton of gorgeous desert ornaments, and they’re totally worth checking out here.
Guiltfree Decadence bacon and eggs ornaments, $17 for the pair
I always knew bacon was beautiful, but damn, the paint job on that strip is glorious.
Urban Outfitters macaron ornament set, $14 for the set
Have you ever eaten a macaron from Ladurée? If not, add that to your bucket list. If you can’t get to Ladurée, this ornament set from Urban Outfitters is probably the next best thing.
Bronner’s Christmas Wonderland nacho plate ornament, on sale for $6.98
Those nachos look messy as hell, which is exactly how they should be.
Urban Outfitters popsicle ornament, $8
And last, but certainly not least, this gorgeous popsicle ornament from Urban Outfitters. I can’t get over how pretty it is.