It’s Christmas holiday season, and you know how hectic that can be because you will need to lend out lots of gifts to either your friends, family, or work colleagues. However, with this write-up today, you won’t need to bother anymore as I’ve been able to come up with three affordable DIY Christmas food gifts. What’s even better is that with these food gifts, you won’t have to spend lots of time in the kitchen. So without further ado, let’s get started!
Holiday bars are perfect for the Christmas season, and the best part is that you can package it in a disposable plate, or on anything you wouldn’t want back. If you have ever had those hello dollies, the seven-layer bar cookies, well, that’s about what this is. So, in essence, these cookie swaps are great, and let me tell you how you can make these. Start with a gingersnap crust, which will give it that spice; you’ll also need tart dried cranberries, white chocolate chips, and fat-free sweetened condensed milk. But, remember everything you do while making these cheese should be in moderation because an excessive quantity could cause diabetic health issues.
Quick pieces of bread are just what they are, quick! Now you can afford to serve your friends or a colleague from work who decides to pay you a surprise Christmas visit either a cranberry yam bread or a banana bread, which both are still types of quick breads. The fun part is that with this bread, you can afford to store them in the refrigerator, pending the day someone visits you.
Having a spiced walnut is another wonderful make-ahead food gift you can have during Christmas. Remember, not only are walnuts high in omega-three, but they are outstandingly great to our overall health as well. The good part about having walnuts is that you can decide to place them on cheese trays, or even inside little mason jars. Better still, you can do something simple like wrapping up a plastic bag and tying a short string like a ribbon around it. It is a festive, cheap, and yet simple food gift for Christmas, that doesn’t require much to be turned into a food gift.
So, in a nutshell, there are some DIY yet straightforward presentable food gifts you can prepare, and give to your loved ones during Christmas. If you’re not into Holiday bars or Quickbread, then I bet you’d go down for the walnuts!
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