Food gifts are a lot of fun to make and receive. They can be made to a specific plan or just a last minute idea when you're stumped for what to present. There are lots of fabulously yummy food gifts for all tastes and all occasions and all ages.
One for the holidays or just snacks any time. Jazz up some pretzels in a suitable color theme for the occasion.DIY food gifts are easy when you have a starting product.
Make them in all sorts of flavors.
You can go to town on these.
Any favorite cookie recipe can be layered in a jar and finished off prettily.
Ideal for the man who loves to grill.
So much flavor. Make for yourself and more to share.
Great for Father's Day, thanksgiving or Christmas.
Perfect for Valentine's Day or an anniversary.
Of course, a brownie mix is ideal for a recipe jar gift.
I never imagined you could make gummy bears at home. Follow the link to the recipe.
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Come rain, come shine, it's always a good time to lavish hot fudge sauce on your ice cream.
Bakers in your life will love these.
So easy and such fun to make and there's so many ways to dress and package them as gifts.
I have been drinking grenadine all summer so far so I will have to try this as a present to myself.
Pretty, practical and perfectly delicious.
Now your gift recipient doesn't have to go to Starbucks for their favorite coffee.
Homemade jams and jellies always taste better than store bought.
Always a great combo and always much welcomed when gifted.
Not all jar recipes are for cookies and cakes.
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I know home baked cookies are pretty standard food gifts, but not when you present them in an upcycled Pringles can.
Tea for two, or three, or four ...
I would make plain mixes and add little tidbits and flavorings separately unless I was sure my giftee loved a particular flavor.
Limoncello is a lemon flavored liqueur from Southern Italy.
So many butters. So little time.
If you can melt chocolate, you can make chocolate bark.
Lovely fluffy, scrummily soft marshmallows. Make tiny one for putting in cocoa and chocolate.
Flavored vinegars make making home vinaigrettes a cinch.
Hand these over with a card extolling the benefits of fermented foods.
A marvelous marinated Mediterranean favorite to munch on.
Great male gift - anytime.
Some food gifts are a little healthy - just a bit.
And some food gifts are not so healthy.
Assemble your gift recipient’s favorite flavors.
Great house warming gift.
There's always value in homemade chutney gifts.
Food gifts don't just have to be ingredients or food.
A steamer basket isn't a very exciting gift but pair it with a homemade cheesecake (or shop bought one) and it's a whole new ball game.
Just a different way to present one of the most popular food gifts of all time.
Have some fun with different candy flavors.
Another food product that always goes down well.
Now that's one impressive meal in a jar.
A change from jam or jelly. A taste from down on the farm.
Always a gift that will be gratefully received.
Your kids will go to the top of the class when they present teacher with these.
Thinking of the busy mum who doesn't have time to bake, but has time to put dough on a tray to cook? Perfect pressie then,
All made from yummy fruit!
Who doesn't love an easy dinner?
Right on trend for your gourmet friends.
These are best given in sample sizes.
No bake. No Cook.
This selection is of seasonal spices, but they don' have to be.
Granola is always good in a jar.
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There are lots of recipes online for flavored vodka.
Fruits in alcohol work well. Try cherries in bourbon and peaches in amaretto.
One of the classic food gifts.
There are all sorts of fruit extracts to make.
Coffee lovers will be queuing up to receive these from you.
Everyday gifts. Pop one in your kid's lunch box or your lover's brown bag.
Who doesn't love fried chicken?
A great way to dole out an Oreo fix.
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It actually looks kinda classy considering it's s'mores.
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Cute for kids or a summer barbecue or pool party.
When's it ok to give a man flowers? When the roses are made of bacon, of course!
They don't have to be apricots. Any dried fruits would be brilliant.
Yummy topping for oats or yogurt.
How sweet. How cute.
Cheese fanciers will love you forever.
The simplest food products, ingredients and recipes can make great food gifts - especailly if you invest some time and thought into their presentation.
Do you like to receive food as presents?