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Everything you see here is edible (even the straw's made from shredded wheat), though sadly there's no roof at the inn.

Spotted the coffee bean droppings? Nice touch.

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Biscuit nativity scene

Via The cookie couture / Mil Grageas / cookieconnection.juliausher.com


Rejoice! For a biscuit has been born.

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Egg nativity

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No room at the inn? Thank God for the egg box.

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Cupcake nativity scene

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Oh come, all ye cupcakes ...

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Some of the animals look a bit unsteady, but we're quite taken by the three kings in their mortadella cloaks.

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Butter sculpture nativity scene

Via Manka / wikipedia.org 


Baby Jesus is so innocent in this nativity scene that butter wouldn't melt in his mouth. For more epic butter scuplture, you have to see this.

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Spam nativity scene

Via Adam McLane / whyismarko.com


Let's face it – Spam was never really made for eating. It's nice to see it put to good use.

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Why is baby Jesus twice the size of that sheep on the left?

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Vegetable nativity scene

Tony Jones / CC BY-SA 2.0 / Flickr: flambard


While vegheads watched their caulies by night ...

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Cheese nativity scene 2

Via Channel 4 / ericpazdziora.com

Cheese ... (again)

Behold, the Stilton shall conceive and bear a cheese, and they shall call his name Edam.

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Away in a manger...

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The little lord Jesus laid down his sweet head.