20 Edible Holiday Gift Ideas



The holidays are upon us, and it’s time to start thinking about your gift list. Personally, I love making handmade gifts for others. Especially edible ones. After all, there are plenty of people out there that have everything, and they’re terribly difficult to buy for. In addition, buying gifts for everyone on your list can get expensive rather quickly. Homemade edible gifts make it easier – they’re usually less expensive, don’t take a ton of time, and they are truly appreciated by the recipients. There’s nothing quite as awesome as receiving a homemade truffle, candy, nut brittle, or a jar of artisanal jam or other condiment. And if some of the people on your list have food allergies or intolerances, then it’s extra special that they receive something they can eat!


Coconut Raspberry Truffle Cups from Ricki Heller

Sweet Treats


Candied Kumquats from Healthy Green Kitchen


Snacks, Sauces and Condiments

profile compressed 2Alta is the founder of the gluten-free, dairy-free blog, Tasty Eats At Home. Even without gluten and dairy, Alta can show you that meals can be simple and healthy, and treats such as cake, bread, and cookies can be mouth-watering! Her goal is to share with you delicious, gluten-free, dairy-free food that can bring your heart joy and nourish your body, one recipe at a time.

Read all of Alta’s posts here.


11 Responses to 20 Edible Holiday Gift Ideas

  • Ricki says:

    Yum! Edible gifts are so perfect, aren’t they? And what a list–thanks so much for including my truffles and pumpkin butter! :)


    Alta Mantsch Reply:

    @Ricki, They ARE perfect! I wouldn’t mind if someone gifted me any one of these items. :)


  • What a great list, Alta! I love making gifts, too.


    Alta Mantsch Reply:

    @Kim @ Welcoming Kitchen, Thanks!


  • Maggie says:

    I always make your orange and almond stuffed dates (chocolate dipped too) for my Naturopath! I love edible gifts, thanks for the ideas, and thanks for sharing my pb cups!


    Alta Mantsch Reply:

    @Maggie, I didn’t even include those in this group, but they are tasty and easy! :) And your PB cups would always be a hit, especially with kids.


  • Great list!!


  • Judy king says:

    Love all these recipes


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