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Printable Labels for Easy Homemade Food Gifts


The last few years, I've had months of Christmas posts (see them all here).  This year, I only have a few contributions; although, it's still several weeks until Thanksgiving so we'll see what happens when we get closer to Christmas.  I put together this post last year after Christmas and have been sitting on it to finally share with you today.

After putting together the Quick and Easy Food Gifts with Printables blog post a few years ago, I had to make another one this year!  The first article focused on store-bought foods to which you can easily add a printable (and sometimes punny) label.  Today's post is about easy homemade food gifts you can assemble for friends, families, and acquaintances.  As a bonus, all of them fit in a quart-size mason jar!



- Pumpkin Butter from Minimalist Baker in a Mason Jar with an Adorable Chalk Label from Lily and Val.  Great for new moms as pumpkin can help increase milk production, especially when paired with oatmeal.

- Nativity Story Trail Mix from A Hundred Affections.  Teach someone else the story of Christmas with this interesting snack mix.

- Mason Jar Recipe Card from I Should be Mopping.  Free printable to place with any recipe on our arsenal.

- Snowman Hot Chocolate from Skip to My Lou.  I absolutely love the adorable marshmallows, which make this hot cocoa mix extra special.

White Christmas Cookie Mix and Printable from Sassa by Parties.  Perfect for the long winter nights after Christmas when you still want a sweet treat.

- M&M Christmas Cookie Mix from Chelsea's Messy Apron. This classic mix uses classic chocolate candies to put together a sweet treat.

- Peppermint Scrub from Moms 4 Real.  An allergy-friendly alternative to food gifts and good for energizing thoughts.

- Shake and Pour Pancake Mix from A Few Shortcuts.  Pair with a book like If You Give a Pig a Pancake for some fun family gift.

- Simmering Spices from The Cottage Market.  Put together a packet of spices to make someone's house smell like a Christmas home.



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