These easy to make homemade food gift ideas make holiday giving a snap!
With the turbulence in our world right now, I am finding reassurance in the simple and thoughtful. Sharing homemade gifts from my kitchen is an easy and thoughtful way to spread a little holiday cheer.
Start planning your food gifts now for a less stressful holiday.
Right now, I am noodling what homemade food gifts I want to make and give this year. At the top of the list are jars of these Rosemary Walnuts. I made so many of these walnuts last year, but before I had the opportunity to actually give them to friends and family, my husband would devour them…a sure sign that they are tasty morsels!
I have gathered more for Homemade Food Gift Ideas for your perusal and consideration. Some of these recipes are mine and others are recipes from some of very my talented friends.
And no matter what food gifts you decide to make, make sure to pop over to this post showing how to make these gift bags. With several designs (more than are shown here), there will probably be at least one to suit your needs. Tuck your homemade food gift into one of these easy to make gift bags; it is a lovely way to package the gift.
So, take a few minutes to gander through these food gift ideas. I hope you find some recipes that appeal to you so that you can get your food gift making underway.
Easy to Make Food Gifts
These easy to make food gift ideas make holiday giving a snap! With the turbulence in our world right now, I am finding reassurance in the simple and thoughtful. Sharing homemade gifts from my kitchen is my way of spreading a little holiday cheer.
A Spiced Winter Cranberry Conserve Recipe with warming Brandy, Cinnamon, Ginger, and Cardamom. When thinking about cranberry conserve, think cranberry jam recipe with a thicker, chunkier texture….either way, a perfect excuse for canning cranberries and a wonderful winter jam recipe or to enjoy year-round!
If you are looking for an easy snack or food gift, this recipe for Toasted Walnuts with Rosemary is it! These very snackable nuts are quick and easy to make. And, they make a great food gift! A downloadable PDF with gift tags is included in the post.
Use sweet oranges and tart cranberries for a bit of freshness in this moist and delicious Cranberry Orange Bread topped with a zesty orange glaze. This easy quick bread recipe is fantastic for breakfast or brunch or even served as a coffee break snack.
Candied pecans are amazing and these no-refined sugar Maple Bourbon Pecans are even better! Sweet maple syrup, smoky bourbon, rich cinnamon, and a little spicy heat make these roasted pecans outrageously addictive! A delicious sweet-salty mix.
If you are new to canning, this is a great first recipe to try. This jelly makes a great holiday gift and to that end, printable tags are available for free download. It is perfect on your Holiday Charcuterie Board or tucked into your next grilled cheese sandwich. Serve it alongside your pork, turkey or chicken, tuck it into crepes or top a panna cotta for a festive holiday dessert.
This recipe for Spiced Pickled Cranberries can be water bath canned or made for more immediate serving. Serve it alongside your Turkey for a unique twist on Cranberry Sauce. This is also a great recipe for a novice canner.
Don't forget your 4-legged friends! Pups love presents too. These 3-Ingredient Dog Treats are easy to make with ingredients you most likely have in your kitchen. The ingredients are easily substituted and suggestions for substitutions are included.
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