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Light-as-air homemade marshmallows are a treat to give -- recipients can add them to hot cocoa on a chilly night. Wrap the marshmallows in a cellophane bag topped with a small chalkboard gift tag (found at a crafts or hobby store).
A crunchy streusel topping adds a festive twist to this brunch favorite. For simple packaging, try an inexpensive basket with a satin ribbon.
Cinnamon and orange zest add pizzazz to this delicious relish, which can be made up to a week in advance. Decorative jars, topped with a cute wooden spoon and personalized note, make ideal packaging.
Simple metal tins look cheerful when decked with leftover wrapping paper or bold grosgrain ribbon. A handwritten tag under the ribbon lets recipients know what delightful treat is nestled inside -- pumpkin pie-spiced nuts.
Give your friends and family a ready-to-devour appetizer -- cheese cubes, Kalamata olives, green olives, roasted peppers, and onion wedges marinated in herb vinaigrette. Fabric dresses up screw-top jars, which are personalized with a homemade label.
For a make-ahead gift your friends and family will love, combine vodka, sugar, and vanilla beans, and then store for a month in a cool, dark place. Copy your favorite drink recipe onto a cute card and attach it to this luscious liqueur for a personal touch.
Individually wrapped in pretty paper and tied with a bit of string, these decadent bars make small but perfect last-minute gifts.
Gingersnap cookies engraved with hearts make an elegant present. For easy gift wrapping, staple heavy paper into a cone shape, decorate it with festive patterns, and add a pretty ribbon for the handle.
This two-in-one brownie gift looks lovely in a pretty confection box (available at crafts stores). Alternate brownie squares for a fun checkerboard effect.
With the tempting flavors of pumpkin pie spice, espresso powder, and maple syrup, these flaky rolls are anything but ordinary. For stylish packaging, place them in a baking dish and wrap with colorful ribbons.
With melted dark chocolate and creamy coffee-flavored mousse, these tasty tartlets make a great gift. Purchase phyllo pastry shells to save time. Package them in small gift boxes topped with pretty bows.
Cook chocolate pieces and chocolate-hazelnut spread with evaporated milk and sugar for 8 minutes, stirring frequently. Pour it in a glass jar and refrigerate it until serving or giving as a gift.
These rich candies are too good to resist. Wrap several pieces in clear cellophane; tie with red or green ribbon.
These bags of this herbed dry mix make the ideal hostess gift for Christmas open houses and cookie exchange parties.
These festive little candies are great stocking stuffers. You can also gift them in a pretty box.
This gift of prepared cookie mix is endlessly convenient for your friends. They can make the cookies for a holiday party or enjoy them at home with their families.
To make this simple candy, dip peppermint sticks in dark chocolate, then roll the chocolate portion in crushed nuts, cinnamon sugar, or sweetened coconut. Wrap in clear cellophane and tie with pretty ribbon for giving.
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