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Edible Gifts for Everyone on Your Holiday List

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Easy and fun gifts you can make at home
Edible Gifts for Everyone on Your Holiday List
Kitt Graham/The Kittchen

Edible Gifts for Everyone on Your Holiday List

Edible Gifts for Everyone on Your Holiday List

Edible Gifts for Everyone on Your Holiday List
Kit Graham/The Kittchen

Holiday shopping is stressful on so many levels that you end up forgetting what the holiday spirit is all about. Bring back the holiday spirit with some low-cost, easy-to-make presents that everyone will enjoy.

Homemade Dog Treats

Homemade Dog Treats
Julie Ruggirello

Homemade dog treats make the perfect present for all of your furry friends. Add healthy and delicious flavors your dog will love like peanut butter, banana, and chicken stock. Click here to see the recipe.

Chewy Salted Vanilla Caramels

Chewy Salted Vanilla Caramels
Aurelie Jouan

These soft and creamy caramels are rich and buttery. Once you learn to make them, experiment by adding spices or other flavors to the molten caramel like cinnamon, cayenne, or bourbon. Click here to see the recipe.

Chocolate and Cranberry Oatmeal Cookies in a Jar

Chocolate and Cranberry Oatmeal Cookies in a Jar
Christine Lakey/Food Apparel

Customizable cookies in a jar come with instructions for all of your friends who want to learn how to bake, but don’t have the time. Click here to see the recipe.

Chocolate Caramel Pretzel Bark

Chocolate Caramel Pretzel Bark
Kitt Graham/The Kittchen

These sweet, savory, crunchy, and rich treats are the perfect dessert to bring to all of your holiday parties. Click here to see the recipe.

DIY Citrus Body Scrub

DIY Citrus Body Scrub
Anna Voloshyna/Diving Cuisine

Though not technically something you’d want to eat, this body scrub is a simple DIY present that all spa-lovers will appreciate. Click here to see the recipe.

Cayenne Toffee-Style Peanut Brittle

Cayenne Toffee-Style Peanut Brittle
Platter Talk

Cayenne adds some zing to sugary-sweet peanut brittle. No need to stick to peanuts for this brittle, use whatever nuts you have on hand. Click here to see the recipe.

Rock Candy

Rock Candy
Miranda/Cookie Dough and Oven Mitt

Satisfy your childhood cravings for sugar on sugar with colorful homemade rock candy. Click here to see the recipe.

Brown Butter Walnut Chocolate Chunk Cookies with Sea Salt

Brown Butter Walnut Chocolate Chunk Cookies with Sea Salt
Aaron/The Hungry Hutch

The title is a mouthful and you’ll probably want a mouthful of cookies after seeing this sweet-meets-savory cookie. Click here to see the recipe.

Homemade Cheez-It Party Mix

Homemade Cheez-It Party Mix
Christine Ma/Cherry on My Sundae

Who knew you only needed five ingredients to make your own cheesy cracker bites at home? You just became the life of the party by adding homemade Cheez-Its to party mix. Click here to see the recipe.

Rocky Road Clusters

Rocky Road Clusters
Heather Carter/My Sweet Mission

Everything you love about rocky road ice cream — chocolate, pecans, and marshmallows — in one sweet little bite. Click here to see the recipe.

Cranberry Orange Jam

Cranberry Orange Jam
Beth Lee/OMG! Yummy

Brunch aficionados will love in-season cranberry orange jam for topping scones and pastries. Click here to see the recipe.

Honey and Spice Glazed Pecans

Honey and Spice Glazed Pecans
Kathy Penney/Penney Lane Kitchen

Be the ultimate host for a holiday party and set out spiced pecans for your hungry guests to munch on before the apps come out. They’ll appreciate the snack and you’ll appreciate everyone staying out of the kitchen. Click here to see the recipe.

Preserved Lemons

Preserved Lemons
Becky Winkler/A Calculated Whisk

Preserved lemons, often used in Moroccan and Middle Eastern dishes, are the perfect gift for the adventurous foodie. Click here to see the recipe.