10 Easy Homemade Food Gifts

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If you haven’t finished your Christmas shopping, and are at a loss as to what to get some of your friends and family (like I am!), you might want to try making homemade goodies. My husband is a youth pastor, and while I don’t want to break the bank getting the other staff families gifts, I like to whip up a little something for them at Christmastime.

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My girls adore shortbread cookies. They don’t last long at our house! Now the only question is, which of these four shortbread cookie recipes to make?!

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This Peppermint Bark from My Blessed Life is so fun and festive, and would make a beautiful (and yummy!) Christmas gift.

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These Double Chip Cookies from Stolen Moments Cooking are a favorite with our students. They go crazy over them, and I can never make enough! Everyone I know would not mind receiving these goodies for Christmas!

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I love biscotti, and this Candy Cane Biscotti looks divine. Now… should I go dipped or undipped?!

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This is an easy, healthy gift. Mix walnuts and dried fruit with raw, local honey and you have a delicious topping for yogurt or oatmeal. I love how it is “wrapped up” with a spoon and simple label.

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One of my husband’s favorite desserts is fudge. I’m not a fudge-making kind of gal (mainly because I always mess it up!), but even I might be able to manage this Peanut Butter Cocoa Fudge. Amy says it is “No Fail,” so hopefully that applies to me!

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These Andes Mint Cookies look decadent… and I’m sure any recipient of them would think the same thing!

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I am definitely putting these No-Bake Snowball Cookies on my must-bake list! They can even be made gluten-free. Yum.

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Chex Mix is one of my guilty pleasures, and I love how Myra has mixed it up by adding craisins and M&M’s. This would make one tasty and beautiful Christmas gift… if I don’t eat it all myself!

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I would be remiss if I did not mention a gingerbread recipe. Gingerbread is a Christmastime staple, after all. Shaina has put together a lovely cookie mixture to make any gingerbread lover swoon.

Hopefully some of these tasty goods will inspire you… and help you cross off a few people on your list! You can also check out my Homemade Foodie Gifts board on Pinterest if you need more yummy ideas.

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  1. Darlene 'Dee' Bishop @Frugal Fancy says

    We’re doing this, too, with Martha Washington Candy and two kinds of fudge. Those No-Bake Snowball Cookies…. are a modernized version of the Unbaked Oatmeal Cookies, or Cow Patties as some Texans call them, that I’ve been making since I was a young girl! LOL! I love the idea of rolling them in balls and dipping in powdered sugar.
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