Lamington and Macaron Wreath


This is by far the most beautiful thing I have ever made. I merged two images of a lamington wreath and a macaroon wreath to create their love child. I literally only melted white chocolate and whipped cream so I would call this less cooking and more artwork. Either way I guarantee this will become your signature Christmas dish when you are hosting.


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Prep: 25 mins | Cook time: 15  mins | Serves: 10-12

What you will need:

Strawberry syrup

  • 1x Punnet strawberries
  • ¼ Cup sugar 


  • 600ml Whipped cream
  • 1x Block of melted white chocolate
  • 2x Punnets of strawberries
  • 1x Packet mini meringues
  • 1x Packet mini meringues crushed
  • 1x Punnet raspberries
  • 1x Punnet cherries (½ chopped in half, ½ remaining whole)
  • 12x Macarons
  • 1x Packet of pink lamingtons cut in half lengthwise
  • 1x Packet chocolate lamingtons cut in half lengthwise

To garnish: A handful pomegranate seeds and a handful of edible flowers


  • Place the strawberry sauce ingredients into a small saucepan and cook over medium heat and stir and squish down the strawberries until they melt into a sauce. Remove and allow to cool
  • Using a basting brush, paint a circle on to a large platter using the melted white chocolate
  • Build the base using the lamingtons, alternating both colours with some laying flat and some on their sides to build some height
  • Dollop some whipped cream sparingly over the top of the lamingtons (don’t cover all the lamingtons, you still want to be able to see most of them)
  • Scatter the fruit all around the wreath
  • Add in the macarons and the mini meringue kisses (you can use some of the melted white chocolate to stick them on if you think they might slip off)
  • Sprinkle over some crushed meringue on top and around the platter
  • Drizzle the strawberry sauce and white chocolate on top
  • Sprinkle the pomegranate seeds and edible flowers on top to garnish
  • Serve it to WOW your guests and enjoy!