Gifts from the Kitchen




From hot cocoa mix to chocolate bark, make your Holiday gifts for family and friends right at home in your own kitchen! Gifts from the kitchen are so easy to make; even your kids can help assemble the ingredients and decorate. Here are 10 of our favourite thoughtful homemade food gifts to give during the Holidays.


Pecan Pie Slabs
Craving pecan pie but not all the fuss that goes along with homemade crust? Try these pecan pie bars that take the same rich, nutty topping and feature it in bar cookie form. Get recipe from Better Homes & Gardens.


Peanut Butter Candy Jumble Cookies
Calling all chocolate and peanut butter lovers! You can stir up sweet satisfaction in minutes with this gift. Get recipe from Betty Crocker.


Peppermint Bark Popcorn
Easy and scrumptious. Get creative with your container and package up a batch of peppermint bark popcorn. One batch goes a long way so there’s lots to share! Get recipe from Our Best Bites.


Individual Brownie Cheesecakes in Jars
Combine the best of both worlds with adorable snowman desserts that feature both brownies and cheesecake! Get recipe from Better Homes & Gardens.


Snowman Hot Cocoa Jars
These snowman cocoa jars make a cute and Wintery gift! Get recipe from The Decorated Cookie.


Fudgy Cupcake Jars
These fudgy cupcake jars don’t even need an introduction! Perfect for friends and teachers. Get recipe from Simply Gourmet.


Hot Chocolate Mix
Give your friends this adorable Rudolph by filling a glass jar with homemade hot cocoa mix. Get recipe from Better Homes & Gardens.


Muddy Buddy
Decorate these jars fill them with homemade Muddy Buddy, which can be made in just a few hours. No excuses... go spread some Holiday cheer through the neighbourhood! Get recipe from Amanda's Parties to Go.


Hot Fudge Sauce 
This is the easiest recipe for hot fudge sauce you will ever make. It's a real treat and something that makes a wonderful gift for neighbours and friends. Get recipe from Simply Gourmet.


Holiday Bark
Who can resist velvety bittersweet, milk, or white chocolate topped with nuts, candy, or dried fruit? The possibilities are endless! Get recipe from Martha Stewart.

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