Shirley shares two gift ideas in one post. Vanilla extract is a gift I have given before, and it’s always been appreciated. Even though it should sit for months before it’s ready, most folks don’t start using their vanilla extract right away because they already have some on hand. Honey butter is a mixture of […]
This smooth spread is sure to make anyone’s breakfast extra special. Rikki also shares substitutions you could make for a couple of the ingredients. View the Brandied Apricot Ginger Spread recipe at Diet, Dessert and Dogs.
Homemade fudge always makes a welcome gift. This coffee fudge is perfect for any coffee lover on your gift list. View the Coffee Fudge recipe at Lynn’s Kitchen Adventures.
This brown sugar body scrub is made with gluten-free ingredients and smells good enough to eat. View the Brown Sugar Body Scrub recipe at The Marathon Mom.
These chocolate mint truffles are luscious and rich with a creamy, soft interior and a deep chocolate coating. Super easy and no one will believe you made them yourself! View the Chocolate Mint Truffles recipe at Tessa the Domestic Diva. Do you have a homemade gluten-free food gift to share? Submit your link here.
This recipe for mulling spices is so simple, and it’s perfect for a holiday gift. Give a bag to your child’s teacher or use it as a hostess gift. View the Mulling Spices recipe at Cook It Allergy Free. Do you have a homemade gluten-free food gift to share? Submit your link here.
According to Shirley, you can make this gift while you sleep, courtesy of your slow cooker! This pumpkin butter is made from just a few simple ingredients, including sweetener of choice, but has an amazing flavor and texture. View the Pumpkin Butter recipe at Gluten Free Easily. Do you have a homemade gluten-free food gift […]