Ten Edible Homemade Christmas Gifts

It’s Christmas time! I’ve found ten edible homemade Christmas gifts to inspire you while you mull gifts for your loved ones.
 

To me nothing says love and Christmas more than homemade gifts. And edible homemade gifts are a real treat. 

How about this s’mores kit above? Click on the source to find out how to make this.

 
Children on your gift list would love reindeer hot chocolate mix. A great teacher gift too.
 
Who doesn’t love homemade pancakes on weekend mornings? Here is all you need to feed your family, complete with fresh blueberries.
 
Got a macaroon lover in your midst? They would love this gift. And it will not only taste good. It looks pretty as well.
 
Pecan Pie Bars would tempt the sweet lovers in your circle. Make up some batches and give to your neighbors.
Friends who are tea drinkers would love this special gift. And especially because you took the time to put the ingredients together yourself.
 
Apple-Berry Pie In A Jar will tantalize the taste buds of most everyone. A small gift that will bring smiles of gratitude.
 
I’d bet there’s someone you know who loves to grill food outdoors. These herb salt rubs would fit the bill for them.
Know of someone who loves baklava? They would really appreciate your baking these up for them. And then putting them in a pretty tin that they can re-use.
 

You could serve these peanut butter and toffee bars at a holiday buffet you’re hosting. Or take it to one you’re invited to.

 

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16 Comments

  1. I curated some food gifts in last weeks post and tonight's as well, but I didn't see any of these or I would have included them! The reindeer is so cute, but they all look amazing and hard to resist.

    xxx

  2. Those are all great gift ideas, Brenda. I usually do tons of cookies and package them up to give away as small gifts. I love that S'mores "kit". xo Diana

  3. Brenda, Nice gifts of home make food items to me is a very nice gift. My daughter Kathy makes me cookies and biscotis. I truly love it and think of her whenever I have a coffee with a cookie. Hope you are doing well. I enjoy today, but it been gloomy skies. xoxo, Susie

  4. Brenda, I just left you a comment that went POOF!

    I love your ideas on this. My grandmother was famous for her crabapple jelly which she shared with people at Christmas. The recipients were always smiling when they saw her coming!

    I mentioned in my other statement that I am glad to catch up with you and to see that you are doing well. I have been MIA for two months due to Shingles, but I am in the recovery phase. Oh, how grateful I am to say that. My Christmas prayer for you is that you will regain your mobility and be able to get around with ease. That is my fondest hope for you.

    Sending love your way…

    xoxox

    Sheila 🙂

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