Make an Edible Rosary- Fun for Catholic Kids!

I have seen some of the cutest edible rosaries! From cupcakes to marshmallows to raisins to candy, the possibilities seem to be endless! I think these would be great for any Catholic party or occasion. Check out some of these crafty ideas :-)

I love this rosary from Cherished Hearts at Home!

Lord Make Me a Saint constructed a
rosary from cookies!

My cousin, Stephanie, makes these edible rosaries.
They're pretty healthy- mostly raisins and grapes
with one cross shaped cookie. She cuts the grapes in half to
keep them from rolling, and each child gets their own rosary! :-)

Check out this colorful rosary from Bless Us O Lord.
She uses a regular crucifix to finish off the rosary! 

Castle of the Immaculate made a cupcake rosary
with a beautiful cross cake!

Under Her Starry Mantel includes blue hearts

Go East They Said has a smaller version that doesn't
require any cooking.

Totus Tuus Family made an adorable cupcake rosary!

I love all these rosaries I found! There are some really crafty moms out there, and I'm so glad they share all these fun Catholic ideas with us! I can't wait to make an edible rosary for my kids :-)

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  1. Lacy, did your sister in law pray the rosary as they ate it? Just wondering. I have a bunch of crasins in my cupboard that would make a great edible rosary!

  2. Lacy, visiting your blog really brightens my day. There's a little sunshine for you on my blog.

  3. Just love these ideas! Thanks for sharing. I am feeling so thankful for your site that enhances our liturgical year by leaps and bounds. GOD BLESS!!!

  4. Lacy, Those looooook so yummy. And I like the idea of prayer being sweet! Thanks for sharing!

  5. Hi Lacy!
    I just did a blog post on the edible rosaries our homeschool group made for Mary's birthday celebration on Sept. 8, 2010. I linked up to your post at the end of my post :)

    Here is the link:

    Have a blessed day!

  6. Thank you for a wonderful idea with the raisins and grapes rosary!  How did your cousin string them together?  Dental floss?

    God Bless,

  7. They weren't strung- just laid flat on the table.

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