These candied nuts are easy to make and are free of refined sugar. Package them up for a gift that is sure to be enjoyed. View the Candied Nuts recipe at Sandi’s Allergy Free Recipes.
Food gifts in a jar always seem like a homey, personal gift to me. The problem is that most of them contain gluten. Kelly shares five gluten-free gift in a jar ideas. View Gifts in a Jar at The Nourishing Home.
This is a raw soaked granola that can be easily packaged in a bag or mason jar for a gift. Be sure to read Heather’s list of soaking benefits. View Raw Soaked Granola recipe at Gluten-Free Cat.
Shirley says, “This recipe offers a wonderful sweet spin on classic snack mix. Think caramelized and crunchy. This one is a family favorite and is often requested by relatives and friends.” View the Snack Mix recipe at Gluten Free Easily.
With ingredients like brown sugar, molasses, cinnamon and ginger, this gingerbread body scrub is sure to smell delicious. Package in jars, add a label, and I’m sure your gift recipient will be thrilled. View the Gingerbread Body Scrub recipe at In Johnna’s Kitchen.
This beef stew seasoning speeds up preparation time and makes a delicious stew. It would make a great gift for any cook. View the Stew Seasoning recipe at Lexie’s Kitchen.
Homemade sweet breads are a gift anyone will enjoy. This pumpkin pecan bread is no exception. Doesn’t it look delicious? View the Pumpkin Pecan Bread recipe at The Healthy Apple.