Homemade Food Gifts

homemade food gifts

Homemade holiday gifts are my favorite kind of gifts to give, especially real food ones. There’s something more personal and heartfelt about a gift that comes from the kitchen. Also, I appreciate the practicality of homemade food gifts. The recipient doesn’t have to find a place to display a new trinket. Once the gift is eaten, it’s gone and it doesn’t clutter a shelf. Homemade food gifts are a great way to celebrate the holiday season.

Twenty Homemade Food Gifts

There are so many types of homemade food gifts that are popular with a wide range of people. Typically, you’ll see a lot of sugar and other unhealthy ingredients in DIY holiday food gifts. You don’t have to worry about that with this list. All of these gifts are made from real food ingredients. Add a few of these to your December routine this year, and you’ll be surprised by how many people you can cross off your list all at once.

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Homemade Vanilla Extract

 

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Homemade Popcorn Gift Set

 

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Maple Gingerbread Popcorn

 

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Gingerbread Granola Bars

 

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Maple Granola

 

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Cranberry Orange Bread

 

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Corn Salsa

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Homemade Magic Shell from The Coconut Mama

Cranberry Almond Bark from All You

DIY Instant Smoothie Mixes from Green Thickies

Homemade Extracts from Spoon Fork Bacon

Maple Hot Cocoa from Not Without Salt

Raspberry Vanilla Fruit Leather from Roost Blog

Apple Cider Spice Mix from Pure Grace Farms

Infused Hot Chili, Garlic, and Rosemary Oils from Pure Grace Farms

Trio of Finishing Salts from The View from Great Island

Chai Tea Mix from the Kitchn

Homemade Raspberry Vinegar from Live Laugh Rowe

Vegetarian Five Bean Soup Mix from Back to Her Roots

Curried Lentil Soup in a Jar from Food Network

Which one of these homemade food gifts would you most like to receive? I’ve got my eye on that raspberry vanilla fruit leather, although you can never go wrong with chocolate.

Linking to Pennywise Platter Thursday.

 

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