It's that time of year again! The time when you are always frantically looking for something great to give all those special people in your life... your neighbors, your co-workers, your kids' teachers... the list goes on. Well, I'm here to make your life a smidge easier with some awesome ideas! Food is always a great gift. It's fun to make, it's universally popular, and you don't have to worry about getting the right size or color. :) Here are my favorites from my blog (some of which I'll be giving out this year, too!):
These macaroons are tasty and elegant. They look beautiful wrapped up in a cellophane bag with a pretty ribbon!
Possibly the greatest two-word combination in the English language. Plus it's super easy and quick to make!
You can't go wrong with a classic, well-loved cookie. I make these at least once a week, and they always get rave reviews!
These cookies are so soft and full of minty flavor. The perfect mix of flavors for Christmastime.
These are so simple to make in the slow cooker, and will make your house smell amazing. Your friends won't believe you made them yourself!
These treats are so easy to make and have the best flavor. Cookie butter for the win!
These caramels are easy to make, and look amazing too. They are one of my very favorite treats to make, year after year.
This quick bread is so moist and delicious. It would make an adorable gift baked in mini loaves and wrapped with cellophane and twine.
This would make a fantastic gift with a couple of fresh crisp apples for dipping. One of my very favorite snacks!
These cookies are a fun twist on my perfect chocolate chip cookies. They're so easy and festive!
This caramel popcorn makes a huge batch and is perfect for neighbor gifts! It also makes an awesome snack while, say, wrapping gifts or watching Christmas movies.
Candy Cane White Chocolate Muddy Buddies
This snack mix is addicting and totally delicious! It makes an adorable neighbor gift packaged in a cellophane bag with a candy cane.
Happy Christmas gift giving!
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