Homemade Gifts From Your Kitchen

There is special about homemade gifts and it's even more special when they are edible! All these recipes have been adapted to incorporate whole natural ingredients. I have been giving gifts from my kitchen for many years and wanted to share with you some of my favorites.

Dark Chocolate Truffles

For recipe: Dark Chocolate Truffles

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Sweet Popcorn

For recipe: Sweet nut popcorn

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Sourdough Selkirk Crackers

  • Selkirk Crackers

    Place these crackers in a decorative bag and they are ready to give!

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    Homemade Ginger Ale

    For recipe:

  • Ginger Ale

    This Ginger Ale can be placed in a nice glass bottle. Just wrap a bow around the neck of the bottle with a tag attached. I sometimes include an envelope with the recipe inside.

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    Basil Pesto

    For recipe: Basil Pesto

    Place the pesto in small glass jars and top with some colorful cloth that has been cut out in circles and tie with a ribbon. sometimes I attach a card listing all the ways to use pesto. I like to use it as a dip, to spread on sandwiches, pizza topping, or in pasta as a sauce.

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    Dilly Carrots

    For recipe:

  • Dilly carrots

    Just add a bow to the jar and it's ready to give. You can even include this great book on Fermentation.

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    Real Food Freaks , Kelly The Kitchen Kop , Real Food Forager , The Prairie Homestead , The Healthy Home Economist, Food Renegade, The Nourishing Gourmet, Gnowfglins, Beyond The Peel, Whole Lifestyle Nutrition, Delicious Obsessions and Hearth and Soul Hop

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    Christine 
    Hi there! I would love to know how you make your recipe for icing sweetened with honey for the gingerbread cookies above! Thanks!

    What lovely Holiday gifts! 
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    Melynda@MomsSundayCafe 
    Very nice line up of great ideas! Thanks for sharing with the Hearth and Soul hop.

    Excellent post 
    There's some lovely recipe links here, such great ideas for homemade gifts! My favourites have to be the gingerbread cookies and the popcorn, but they …

    Would love to have that sweet popcorn... 
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    Jason@JLHealth 
    I love gift ideas that come from the kitchen! It's so much more personal than running around the mall....Love your ideas and thanks so much for sharing …

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