These homemade food gifts make the perfect Christmas gift for teachers, neighbors or friends. I like to make these recipes with the kids, and many are even easy enough for the kids to make all by themselves. To dress up these food gifts, tie a ribbon around a mason jar for gifts in a jar, or use a decorative cookie box, such as one of Martha Stewart's decorative cookie boxes (compare prices) for packaging Christmas cookies easily. If you want to give homemade bread, use a plastic bread bag (compare prices) with a decorative Christmas-themed ribbon or twist tie.
This homemade food gift couldn't be easier to make, and everyone loves it. Use a mason jar (compare prices) package this hot chocolate mix, and to make it even more special, tie a candy cane or chocolate spoon onto the jar. This is one of those homemade Christmas food gifts that's just perfect for teachers.
This banana bread recipe makes a wonderful homemade food gift for Christmas or anytime. Moist and sweet, this banana bread is almost like a cake. Use a decorative bread bag or plastic food bag to package this banana bread as a food gift.
Cookies are the quintessential homemade food gift for Christmas, because everyone likes them. These soft sugar cookies look festive, yet they're easier to make than most sugar cookies, because you don't have to roll them.
I like to put these cookies in a cookie box - Martha Stewart makes a Christmas-themed cookie box (compare prices) that's perfect for homemade food gifts. Then I attach the recipe on a pretty card.
Chocolate and peppermint just taste like Christmas, don't they? This homemade food gift is not only easy to make, it's always well-received. Break up the bark into uneven pieces and put in a tissue-lined box. Then tie with a festive bow.
Christmas is all about familiar foods, and this party mix will be familiar to everyone on your gift list. It makes a great homemade food gift to make with the kids or to give to the bus driver, teacher, your hairdresser, whomever!
Chocolate chip cookies make an excellent homemade food gift for Christmas, because everybody loves them! And this recipe yields a nice, soft and chewy chocolate chip cookie. For something different, try packaging this homemade food gift in paper Chinese takeout containers (compare prices) with a decorative red or green ribbon.