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Menu Plans: Edible Gift Ideas

on 12.12.2013 at 3:15pm
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Edible Gift IdeasAlthough electronics and clothes and shoes are great gifts in general, sometimes it’s a good idea (and a fun one) to take a DIY approach to gift-giving. Your recipient will feel treasured and, if you find solace in the kitchen, you’ll also be rewarded while crafting your edible gifts for the ones you love.

All of these fun ideas below can either be tied up with ribbon in a treat bag or sealed in a pretty mason jar. And remember, food is universal, so your friends and family won’t have to make exchanges, ask for a gift receipt, or try things on for size. That’s something everyone can appreciate!

The prices listed below are an average price based on what’s on sale this week so you’ll have something to compare to your shopping list for your local grocery store.

Basic Granola – recipe

oats – $2
brown sugar – $2
honey – $2.99
vegetable oil – $2.59
mixed nuts – $4.99

Holly Jollies – Recipe

rice krispies cereal – $1.99
candy canes – $1
raisins – $3.19
peanuts – $1.99

Vanilla Almond Sugar Cookies – Recipe

flour – $1.99
sugar – $1.99
baking powder – 99¢
butter – $2.50
vanilla extract – $2.50

Salted Caramel Sauce – recipe

sugar – $1.99
butter – $2.50
heavy cream – $2
sea salt – $2.25

Cinnamon Apple Fruit Leather – recipe

apples – 99¢ lb.
lemons – $2.99 2 lb. bag
sugar – $1.99
ground cinnamon – 99¢

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    • Laura Polis

      I feel like food gifts is becoming such a lost art in our instant gratification society. When I was a child, my grandmother would spend weeks cooking and baking sweet treats to give to everyone! The mailman, the garbage man, her hairdresser, etc. I made it a priority when she was still independent and lucid to learn how to make some of her sweet treats and as a young single adult it always impresses people when I show up around the holiday’s with homemade spritz cookies.

    • blessedwith2

      I think we are going to try to pass out Christmas tea this year.
      I love the Holly Jolly recipe, but wondering if I can just use bakers chocolate instead of almond chocolate?

      • Lisa

        It’s called Almond Bark, but that is just a name. There are no almonds in the chocolate. You can find it on the baking aisle in Walmart and it comes in white chocolate and regular chocolate. It’s for melting to use in making candy. Bakers chocolate could be used, but it would be very expensive since it requires so much chocolate to make the Holly Jollies.

        • blessedwith2

          Thanks so much for your reply, very helpful