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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¢

See more menu plan ideas.