Every week we pull together some great Canadian recipes from Canadian food bloggers around the web featuring one main ingredient or dish. This week, we are all about making the holiday season easier for you with some great, fun and, above all, delicious edible gift ideas.

Over 15 Edible Gift Ideas | Food Bloggers of Canada


Who doesn't love a homemade edible treat? And who doesn't love giving them? We put together 19 edible gift ideas that you can create for everyone special on your holiday list! (and maybe keep a little something set aside to reward yourself for all your hard work!).

Edible gifts in jars are a fun DIY project you can do at home or involve your kids in. Homemade preserves, candies and other sweet treats make for a memorable edible Christmas gift that your recipients will remember (and may even request as a repeat gift a year from now!).

If you're worried about allergies or food sensitivities, then you'll want to read this great piece on creating edible gifts that are allergy friendly.

Need some help styling or packaging them? Check out our tips for styling edible gifts so your packages look as beautiful as they are delicious. Give a gift from your kitchen this holiday season with these delicious ideas.

Edible Gifts

By Food Bloggers of Canada

  • Homemade Almond Butter

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    This [Almond Butter](http://www.radiantrachels.com/homemade-almond-butter-2-christmas-flavours/) recipe is amazing because guess what? After you roast the almonds, it should only take 10 to 15 minutes to have the finished product. Easy Christmas gifts, check! From **Radiant Rachels.**

  • Homemade Chocolate Bark

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    This [Chocolate Bark ](https://theunlikelybaker.com/homemade-chocolate-bark/)is fun, easy to do and makes for a thoughtful Christmas present. You don’t even need a recipe! All you need? Your favourite chocolate and your imagination. The possibilities are endless. From **The Unlikely Baker**.

  • Brownie Mix in a Jar

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    If someone you love is a fan of fudgy brownies and gingerbread, this [Gingerbread Brownie Bites](https://leelalicious.com/gingerbread-brownie-bites-brownie-mix-in-a-jar/) recipe+ingredients is the perfect holiday gift. From **Leelalicious**.

  • Honey & Rosemary Blackberry Jam

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    This [Blackberry Preserve](https://satoridesignforliving.com/honey-rosemary-blackberry-jam/) makes a delicious appetizer when combined with brie cheese and crackers. It can also be warmed up and served with pork. If you're invited for dinner, this is the perfect present to bring over. From **Satori Design for Living**.

  • Chocolate Shortbreads

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    In these [Shortbreads](http://www.sugarlovespices.com/chocolate-shortbreads/) the indulgent butter, brown sugar, vanilla and sprinkles counterpart the bitterness of the cocoa and semisweet chocolate chips. Who wouldn't want these cuties? From **Sugar Love Spice.**

  • Brownies in a Jar with Caramel Sauce

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    This DIY gift of Brownies in a Jar is the perfect way to satisfy your love for crafts and give a very thoughtful present. Dry ingredients are layered in a pretty glass jar, and the recipient simply needs to mix in water, oil, and eggs to create decadent [Chocolate, Pecan, and Butterscotch Brownies](http://foodnouveau.com/recipes/desserts/cookies/brownies-in-a-jar/). From **Food Nouveau**.

  • Homemade Irish Cream Liqueur

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    Making homemade [Irish Cream Liqueur](http://myislandbistrokitchen.com/2016/12/14/homemade-irish-cream-liqueur-recipe/) is very easy – it’s a matter of simply combining all the ingredients in a blender and blending on high for 25-30 seconds. Easy-peasy and a delicious present. From **My Island Bistro Kitchen**.

  • Chocolate Toffee Fudge

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    This [Chocolate Toffee Fudge](http://thefoodblog.net/chocolate-toffee-fudge-recipe/) recipe is foolproof and the magic ingredient is sweetened condensed milk. Fudge is a perfect addition to your holiday treat tray and homemade fudge is also a lovely, and appreciated gift. From **The Food Blog**.

  • Coconut & Almond Granola

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    This ‘[Giftable Granola](http://www.cookinginmygenes.com/coconut-almond-granola/)’ – a blend of coconut, almonds, and oats with a touch of cinnamon is a delicious breakfast PLUS a great gift you can make this holiday season. Use your favourite mason jar so that it stays nice and fresh. From **Cooking In My Genes**.

  • Dark Chocolate Mint Truffles

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    All it takes to make these [Dark Chocolate Mint Truffles](https://delightfuladventures.com/dark-chocolate-mint-truffles/) is four simple ingredients and a little bit of patience while things chill in the fridge. The result is melt-in-your-mouth, chocolaty mint decadence. They’re perfect for when you have guests over or for giving as gifts. From **Delightful Adventures**.

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