If you’re looking for some fun gifts you can make at home, then look no further! I’m bringing you a few ideas you can make straight from your kitchen. These are great for edible (and one fun non-edible) gifts for those foodie friends of yours!
This might be one of my favorite foodie gifts to make for the holidays. My neighbor made this one year and I have been hooked ever since! This is great to hand out to crowds of friends you love. Just put them in food safe baggies, tie them with a ribbon and you’ve got yourself a gift!
For this recipe you’re going to need a big bowl. So I love to get out my Mason Cash bowls. This red one just gets you in a festive mood right?
You are going to get a ton of flavor with this mix that include almonds, coconut, and crunch cereals like Chex and Golden Grahams. Not to mention there is butter. We know that butter makes everything better! Check out the entire recipe below!
Who doesn't love a little bit of fudge on top of their ice cream sundae? This gift is simple to make and pair up. Simply add all the ingredients in a saucepan, then stir until you have a delicious sauce! (See the full recipe below.)
Another classic food gift, peppermint bark can be made in bulk and be gifted out to the masses! Plus it’s really easy to make.
Melt two different types of chocolate (my favorite is dark chocolate and white chocolate) and pour it onto a 13x9 baking sheet in layers to create a peppermint candy crunch that is hard to put down! Wrap it up in cellophane or in small glass jars!
This one you can’t technically eat but it’s made in the kitchen and tons of fun for any kids on your list this year! Gingerbread play dough smells and looks like the real thing! Little chefs and bakers will LOVE rolling out the dough and making their own gingerbread creations.
I made the entire dough in my Wolf blender, the machine that can do all the things including making a soft dough! Using a few essential oils, spices, and GLITTER, I was able to mix together a whimsical gift.
Just add all the ingredients in the blender and watch the magic happen! I started off with a pulse and just mixed the dough until it was one solid piece. Then I made a cute little gift box using the clear boxes again. I think it gives such a fun presentation! Just use a jar to keep the dough nice and fresh and add playful cookie cutters to the mix!
Optional: 1 tablespoon of fine gold glitter