During our upcoming Christmas trip to England, we are staying at mostly B&B’s and small Inns. In the spirit of Southern Hospitality, I thought it would be a nice touch to leave a small “Hostess” gift upon our departure. I am making about a dozen jars of
Here is the recipe.
I plan on putting them into small canning jars with a fringed-burlap circle, tied with a gingham ribbon, and a cute handmade tag that says “Thank you for your generous hospitality, The Garretts.”
Over the next week or so (once I recover from this icky case of bronchitis) I am going to make several food gifts for both family and friends. I thought I would share with you some of these gifts I have planned.
Chocolate-Covered Pretzel Sticks.
Just think how pretty these would look in tall, plastic bags tied with curly ribbons.
Hot Chocolate (or Coffee) Stirring Spoons
I make variations of these every year.
Here is a great site which gives ideas and how-to’s.
Best of all, no baking is involved.
I plan on boxing these in simple white Chinese carry-out boxes with small red polka dot stickers, and gingham and raffia ribbons.
This site has the simple instructions.
Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Fudge
I‘ve never made this before, but if it tastes half as good as it sounds, I think these will be a huge hit!
This awesome blog has the recipe.
The Dollar Store is a great place to find inexpensive containers, plates, candle stands and more. Think outside of the typical box and Christmas tin.
I hope this inspires you to give a true gift of
Love from the Heart!