12 Days of Christmas Ideas – Best Homemade Christmas Food Gifts
It’s day two of the 12 Days of Christmas Ideas Series and it’s my turn to share! And since everyone loves a good homemade baked gift, I’m sharing 12 Best Homemade Christmas Food Gifts. And shhh…don’t tell, but these are super easy to make too!
Every day from December 1-12th one of the blog hosts will be sharing a new collection of Christmas Ideas. That’s a total of 144 wonderful Christmas Ideas to make your holiday season easier and fun! Some of our topics include Decor, DIY, Organization, Food, Games and so much more! So make sure you check back and subscribe to the blog so you don’t miss a thing! If you missed yesterday’s post on Christmas Party Games, you can find it here.
Meet The Hostesses
Shirley of Intelligent Domestications ~ Erlene of My Pinterventures ~ Lindsay of Crazy Organized
Michelle of Our Crafty Mom ~ Stephanie of The Tip Toe Fairy ~ Lorelai of Life With Lorelai
Katie of The Organized Dream ~ Amanda of The Kolb Corner ~ Marie of DIY Adulation
Megan of C’mon Get Crafty ~ Sara of Twelve On Main ~ Kim of Made in a Day
Day 2 – 12 Best Homemade Christmas Food Gifts
Cincy Shopper ~ Homemade Peanut Brittle
This Homemade Peanut Brittle only takes 7-ingredients, one pot, and a baking sheet! It’s such an easy treat to prepare, but oh so tasty!
Kleinworth & Co. ~ Chocolate Chip Red Velvet Mini Loaves
Red velvet cake is one of my favorite cakes ever! And Gina at Kleinworth & Co. made it even better by adding chocolate chips and a sweet glaze – yummiliciousness!
The Kolb Corner ~ Dark Chocolate Peppermint Bundt Cake
Did you say dark chocolate and peppermint? I can’t think of any better combo that chocolate and peppermint for the holiday season. But what makes this even better….it’s made with cake mix and pudding for a super moist cake that easy to make!
My Pinterventures ~ Dried Fruit & Nut Clusters
Skip the fruitcake and go for this dried fruit and nut clusters instead. The combination possibilities are endless and you can customize the fruits and nuts to suit just about anyone. Oh, and did I mention these make great on-the-go treats too?!
Princess Pinky Girl ~ Chex Mix Christmas Crack
I haven’t met a Chex mix that I haven’t liked and this one is no exception. It’s the perfect sweet-n-salty mix with a peppermint twist!
Intelligent Domestications ~ Maple Walnut Fudge Recipe
Why pay and arm and leg at those specialty candy shops for fudge when you can make it yourself?! Shirley at Intelligent Domestications shares her husband’s recipe and his tip for a flavorful maple walnut fudge.
Mostly Homemade Mom ~ Crockpot Roasted Sugared Pecans
I don’t think a homemade food gift can get any easier than this Crockpot Roasted Sugared Pecans from Mostly Homemade Mom. This treat only takes 5-ingredients and can be made in a crockpot!
Lil’ Luna ~ Double Peppermint Crunch Cookies
Pretty, double pepperminty, cookies…enough said. Put these cookies in a nice tin container or gift bag for a beautiful food gift presentation.
Life with Lorelai ~ Sugared Cranberries and Cranberry Syrup
Want to gift something different? These sweet-n-tart sugared cranberries make a wonderful tasty and festive treat.
No. 2 Pencil ~ M & M’s Christmas Cookie Bars
Don’t want to mess with making individual cookies? Make this M & M’s Christmas Cookie Bars recipe and have it ready in under an hour!
OMG Chocolate Desserts ~ Candy Cane Pie
This pie is gorgeous and would make a beautiful food gift. The crust is made from Oreo cookies and the filling is a peppermint and cream cheese combo.
Meatloaf and Melodrama ~ Easy Peppermint Mocha Cookies
Don’t want to spend a ton of time baking cookies? Dee at Meatloaf and Melodrama shows you how to make peppermint mocha cookies from a cake mix that looks like it came from a bakery.
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I hope you enjoyed this round-up of the best homemade Christmas food gifts. Be sure to check back every day now through December 12th for more exciting new Christmas ideas!
- Day 1 -Intelligent Domestications ~ Hilarious Christmas Party Games
- Day 2 – My Pinterventures ~ The Best Homemade Christmas Food Gifts (you’re here!)
- Day 3 – The Crazy Organized Blog ~ Christmas Decoration Storage
- Day 4 – Our Crafty Mom ~ Christmas Tablescapes for Every Style
- Day 5 – The Tip Toe Fairy ~ Christmas Card Displays
- Day 6 – Life with Lorelai ~ Christmas Traditions
- Day 7 – The Organized Dream ~ Fabulously Festive Gift Wrapping Ideas
- Day 8 – The Kolb Corner ~ Handmade Christmas Ornaments
- Day 9 – DIY Adulation ~ Christmas Printables
- Day 10 – C’mon Get Crafty ~ Ways to Make Christmas Magical for Kids
- Day 11 – Twelve on Main ~ Christmas Mantels
- Day 12 – Made In A Day ~ 12 Beautiful + Unique Holiday Wreaths
Now, go get your holiday baking on!
Delicious ideas!! Thank you for sharing with us at #HomeMattersParty . We would love to have you again next week.
These all look great! We have an annual tradition of decorating sugar and gingerbread cookies. We may have to branch out to give one of these a try.
Oh my word- these are FABULOUS!!! Thank you for including my recipe – PINNED!!!!