Homemade Edible Gifts


Homemade edible gifts are great for both serving and for packaging up for gifts and party favors ~ the perfect treat for those you just don’t know what to get!


Just take your favorite giftable recipe, grab some festive boxes, bags, or baskets…and pair with some eye-catching ribbons and/or tissue paper, and you have taken a favorite holiday recipe and created a gift! Not sure what to get someone? Package up some giftable recipes for:

    • Party favors
    • Housewarming presents
    • An easily portable dish to serve at holiday parties/events
    • Gifts for someone who has everything
    • Gifts for someone you just don’t know what to get
    • Stocking stuffers
    • A grab n’ go snack for car rides to see light displays, visit relatives, etc.


Homemade Edible Gifts


Here are some of our favorite choices for giftable recipes this year:


White Pretzel Turtles

White Pretzel Turtles – Indulge in decadent white chocolate pretzel treats, dusted with Salted Caramel Sugar, with a surprise of peanut butter in the middle! This recipe is easy for gifting or adding to your holiday dessert table.


White Chocolate Turtle Popcorn

White Chocolate Turtle Popcorn – This scrumptious mix of popcorn, pretzels, and peanuts is covered with Baker’s Secret flavored white chocolate and sprinkled with Salted Caramel Sugar. It’s a perfectly simple recipe for gift giving or to bring to a gathering!


Matcha Holiday Bark

Matcha Holiday Bark – This white chocolate bark is sweet & salty with a beautiful green color provided by Matcha tea. Break apart and enjoy as a satisfying snack, a unique dessert, or package up as a gift.


Sweet and Spicy Party Mix

Sweet & Spicy Party Mix – This party mix uses Worcestershire, Sweet Heat Spice Blend, and Autumn Harvest Spice Blend to create a medley of warm, savory, and sweet flavors with a touch of heat.


Everything Bagel Mixed Nuts

Everything Bagel Mixed Nuts – Looking for a quick and flavorful snack? Look no further. This tasty nut mix is a little bit salty, a little bit savory, and a lot of satisfying crunch!



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