A collection of the very best homemade Christmas food gifts – with everything from truffles, rocky road, fudge, chocolate bark, homemade Baileys, salted caramel sauce and more!
Can you believe that Christmas is just around the corner? I know… I can’t believe it either! Every day I swing between feeling super organised and then realising there’s another bazillion jobs that I need to do and then feeling totally unorganised! So to make things a little easier for us all this silly season, I thought I’d put together a collection of all of my favourite homemade Christmas food gifts. These are perfect for friends, family, neighbours, teachers (especially the boozy gifts… they need it after such a big year!), class parties (not the boozy ones obviously!) and work mates. Enjoy xx
First up is this gorgeous Chocolate, Cranberry & Roast Almond Bark – a perfect alternative for those who like things just a little bit sweet. Oh and did I mention that this 3 ingredient bark takes only 5 minutes to make. Heck yes!
I’ve always made rum balls at Christmas time… but these Surprise Choc Ripple & Malteser Balls take things to a whole new level!
You know how there’s always someone in your life that deserves an extra special present? Well this Clinkers Rocky Road Wreath is just for them! They can use it as their table centrepiece… or just nibble away happily for days on end. Either way, it’s certainly a gift that they’ll never forget!
For a twist on a classic fave, you can’t go past this Christmas Gingerbread Slice – Zamamabakes
If you’re making a homemade gift for your child’s teacher, seriously consider a bottle of Homemade Baileys. They deserve it!! Trust me on this one!!
Speaking of Baileys, why not whip up a batch of 4 ingredient no-bake Baileys Tim Tam Cheesecake Balls. These are guaranteed to be an absolute hit!
Why not make a batch of Caramel Tim Tam Cheesecake Balls? You really won’t want to give these babies away!
After a cute class end-of-year party idea? These Christmas Marshmallow Pops are too sweet!
Or how about these Tiny Teddy Milky Way Candy Cane Sleighs. Seriously CUTE!!
Who can resist a gorgeous batch of Stained Glass Window Biscuits – Cooker & A Looker
For something absolutely delicious that your friends and family will LOVE, whip up a batch of Lemon & White Chocolate Truffles. Absolute perfection!
Who doesn’t love rocky road? Try Clinkers Rocky Road for a super yummy variation on the traditional version.
Fudge is always a winner at Christmas time. These Thermomix fudge recipes (cookies and cream, chocolate and salted caramel) are sure to be gobbled up in no time.
Cranberries, pistachios and macadamias make this Christmas Rocky Road a super delicious homemade gift (recipe: Cooker and a Looker).
Celebrate the silly season with a batch of Rum & Raisin Truffles!
Oh my lordy!! There is absolutely nothing like these Mint Slice Balls – made from Arnott’s Mint Slice biscuits and cream cheese.. these really are the most delicious homemade gift ever!
White chocolate and cranberry screams Christmas! Whip up a batch of these soft & chewy white choc and cranberry cookies, pop them into a cellophane bag and tie with a cute little ribbon. Easiest Chrissy gift ever!
For a good old classic fave, you really can’t go wrong with these no bake Oreo Truffles. They’ll be ready before you know it!
If you only have a few minutes to whip up a last minute gift, then these 3 ingredient Chocolate, Almond & Cranberry Clusters are just what you need. Use white chocolate or substitute for dark chocolate… whatever you like!
Christmas is all about peppermint flavoured treats! These Peppermint Crisp Balls are the BEST Christmassy treat!
I’m one of those people who loves to make hampers at Christmas time – with a little bit of this and a little bit of that. This Salted Caramel Sauce is the perfect addition to any Chrissy hamper.
What are your favourite foodie gifts to make at Christmas?
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