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Homemade gifts are such a wonderful way to show your friends and family that you care about them during the holiday season. In my home, I try to make our lives more simple by getting rid of stuff, and not accumulating new stuff.  If the house starts to get messy and cluttered, I know we have too many things.  Your family will be healthier and happier with less stuff to clutter their minds and lives. Giving consumable gifts is a great way to avoid putting your loved ones in the same position! Go beyond cookies with these thoughtful gifts that everyone will love!

Homemade Vanilla

Homemade vanilla extract makes such a difference in baked goods- and it could not be easier to make! Tied together with a festive hand towel it makes a thoughtful and beautiful gift.

red and white striped dish towel tied with a cookie cutter and a bottle of vanilla extract

Infused Oils

Infused oils are a great way to add fantastic flavor to gifts- and something that everyone on your list will be excited to receive.

Clear glass bottles with oil, rosemary and chilis with paper tag

Homemade Ranch Dressing Mix

I can’t tell you how many times I’ve dug through my spice cabinet trying to find ranch dressing mix for a last minute meal. I would love getting this from a friend in a cute little jar with instructions on how to use it.

a glass bowl with dry seasonings and a metal measuring spoon

DIY Instant Oatmeal

My kids love instant oatmeal- but I don’t love the extra sugar and preservatives! This DIY Instant Oatmeal is so creamy and flavorful- your friends will love a jar to make their mornings a little easier.

a glass bowl with dry oats and seasonings in it

Infused Vinegar

a clear jar with mint, vinegar and blackberries in it

Pancake Mix

Who doesn’t love pancakes? A container of homemade pancake mix will be a hit with anyone on your list.

glass jar with a ribbon and a tag and a container of strawberries

Fruit Infused Sugars

The bright color of this flavored sugar alone makes me giddy! Sprinkled on toast, stirred into tea, or rolled into sugar cookies- there are so many delicious uses for this sugar, and so many fruits to try! Wrapped up with a pretty spoon, we guarantee your friends will love this as much as we do!

colorful sugar in small glass bowls with brass spoons and dried fruit

Hot Cocoa Mix

Hot Cocoa is a staple during the winter months! Make sure your loved ones have a solid stash with this delicious, creamy hot cocoa mix.

large glass jar with hot cocoa mix tied with a ribbon on a table with holiday decor

Flavored Salts

Finishing salt is a simple and delicious way to elevate your dishes! And it’s incredibly easy and affordable to make. Perfect for gifting!

metal jars filled with flavored salts on a wooden table

Dried Cinnamon Apples

How about a cute container full of homemade dried apples for a delicious and healthy holiday gift?

Cinnamon Sugar Dried apples in a white dish with red apples in the background

DIY Seasoning Blends

Homemade seasonings taste better than their storebought counterparts- plus, you can control all of the ingredients that go in them! Topped with colorful paper and tied with a bow, a set of these seasonings makes a great gift!

Small glass jars filled with seasoning mixes topped with colorful lids

Cinnamon Candied Almonds

These nuts are a crowd favorite! In a colorful bowl or reusable storage container, they make a delicious gift that people will go ‘nuts’ over!

Candied almonds in a colorful paper cup

DIY Mulling Spice Bags

These little bags of homemade mulling spices will make the recipient’s house smell fantastic and provide them with a whole crock pot of hot cider goodness.

Small white cloth bags filled with cinnamon sticks, orange peel and spices on a wooden table.

What are you favorite gifts to share with neighbors, family and friends?

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