Chistmas makables that are cost effective tast great and package well.
I totally agree and have already decided on what I'm baking, bought thecutters and the wrap!This year I'm doing gingerbread reindeers & christmas treesand shortbread stars & snowmen!
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I collected a good stash of hazelnuts and I will be cracking them all, roasting them up and dipping them. I figure not to many people can say no to a gift of chocolate dipped hazelnuts!
i do a lot of canning and give stuff for christmas. last year i did homemade salsa which is awesome and tastes better as time goes on. I also did a whole bunch of different kinds of applesauce. Everybody loved them. I know it's not baked goods. One of my dear friends always hands out banana nut bread which I always look forward to. My mom does marsipan and apricot cookies. Although I don't have their recipes.
Truffles!Warp-Speed Truffles:-250g Philly cheese.200g Chocolate (Dark/Light/White).Melt choc (I use the m/wave-but don't over melt-it will be melted when it still is holding its shape.)Mix the two together thoroughly-chill.Work fast with chilled hands-shape into balls and roll in chocolate vermicelli/ flaked toasted almond etc.,Chill-if you can wait that long!(You can add a small amount of liqueur/essence to the Philly/choc mix.and using the same weight; -use Mars bar or mint bar etc., instead of plain choc).I usually make these early for Christmas............in January...February..March...
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