Get this beautiful free printable gift tag along with a super-simple recipe for DIY Hot Cocoa Mix from Moritz Fine Blog Design. I know, the store-bought varieties are pretty cheap, but this one gives us even more savings and even better flavor!
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Take your typical hot cocoa to the next level with this awesome Salted Caramel Marshmallow Stick from The Kitchen McCabe. This one requires a little extra effort to make your own marshmallows, caramel and chocolate ganache, but your recipients will think you are a rock star.
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Dress up your holiday goodie table with these amazing-looking Chocolate Nut Bites from Gourmande in the Kitchen. Filled with almonds, pumpkin seeds and walnuts, then dipped in dark chocolate with a sprinkle of sea salt. Nom nom nom.
I don’t know about you, but I love a good Meringue Cookie. Smart Schoolhouse has the recipe for this one, which would be awesome with some mint flavoring, methinks!
Hey all you mint lovers! Here’s a homemade version of Peppermint Patties by Mom on Time Out. They require just a few ingredients and a little bit of time! I love easy!
If you don’t have a fireplace mantel, the ladies over at Beyond the Picket Fence have the perfect alternate. They’re using repurposed thrift store frames and a little chalkboard paint to make these unique wall hooks – how cool!
Send somebody a DIY kit to make their own White Chocolate Gingerbread Mocha beverage with the recipe from 1208 Blog. Your recipient will blend one cup mix with two cups hot water!
Add these treasures to your baking list! They are made with Andes Mint pieces, and then dipped in melted mint chips. Yummm! Visit Bless This Mess Please for the recipe.
Don’t break the budget this holiday season. Give the gift of homemade instead! If I were on the receiving end of this gift, I would be thrilled (and so would my kids). This one is super-easy to put together when you use the free printables and instructions over at Skip to my Lou.