Delicious and Delectable Gifts
Gifts from your kitchen are a win win situation; they please everyone on your gift list and they are usually budget friendly.
I have searched the web for food gift ideas and recipes I intend to make for my friends, neighbors, relatives, mailman, teacher, boss…the list can go on and on.
Hopefully, you will find some inspiration for your gift giving as well…
Chicken Noodle Soup
This homemade soup is perfect for a chilly night. recipe here
Reuse cute bottles for this easy syrup. Click here for the recipe & printable tag
Chocolate Donut Delights
Your friends will think you’ve been slaving all day. Little will they know, you used store bought donut holes as the base for these tasty morsels. Recipe here
Homemade Caramel Sauce
Make this wonderful, silky, smooth sauce for your neighbors. recipe here
Cocoa Mix & Homemade Marshmallows
Key Lime Squares
Macadamia nuts contribute to the perfect crust for this creamy filling. Recipe here
Buy extra candy canes so you can make this winner again and again. Recipe here
Pull Apart Bread
Use refrigerated bread sticks to make this pull apart loaf bread…recipe here
Thank you "snow" much
Decorate a plain cupcake and drop it into a short- nine ounce plastic cup and wrap in a clear treat bag, tied with a ribbon and add a cute tag. photo source
Use small candy canes to make these sweet treats. Buy extra candy canes so you can make this again for Valentines Day. Recipe here
Sugar Free Cocoa Mix
A great gift…diabetic friendly cocoa mix. Recipe here
How-to decorate a glass jar:
Cut a strip of patterned paper to wrap around the side of the lid and attach.
Cover a star-shape papier-mache ornament with pretty paper.
Cut two slits in back of the ornament to slide a ribbon through.
Fill the canister.
Tie a ribbon around the canister with the ornament at the top.
A special low-fat, low-sugar treat.Recipe here
Package Instructions: Cut a piece of patterned paper the width of a baggie or cellophane gift bag; fold paper in half to create a bag topper.
Cut a decorative pattern on the bottom edge of the topper.
Layer two more pieces of patterned paper over the first piece, letting the decorative edge show.
Layer two paper circles, a star, and a sticker on the front of the topper.
Insert the bag in the topper and punch two holes through the entire assembly. Fill the bag, add the topper, and secure with a ribbon bow.