12 Days of Christmas:: Food Gift Ideas For Neighbors, Teachers & Co-Workers

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Well friends, we’re in the final home stretch to Christmas. Only 5 more days until the big day. If you’re like me, you’re scrambling to get all your last minute shopping, wrapping and baking done.Most of us probably have an idea of what to get our family and close friends but what do you do for your neighbors, kids’ teachers and co-workers? It’s hard to get individualized gifts for all those people so, if you’re like me, you end up baking something for them. While cookies are a great go-to option, I thought it would be fun to round up some unique food gift ideas to give to your neighbors, teachers and co-workers this year.For those coffee drinkers, these homemade chocolate spoons would be a great addition to their morning cup of joe. Add some cute packaging and voila, you’ve got an adorable gift!

{Chocolate Spoons}

We’ve all probably seen homemade cocoa mix given as gifts. It’s all in the packaging though. Here are a few cute ways to package this staple gift option.

I love the adorable mason jars and embellishments used on the front here.

{Hot Cocoa In A Jar}

And how cute are these ornaments turned homemade cocoa mix containers? Add a little fun paper straw and package them up all pretty!

{Hot Cocoa Mix In An Ornament}

Cake pops are all the rage right now. Give them your own flare and decorate them in a cute & unique way as another gift option.

{Christmas Cake Pops}

This time of year people are inundated with baked goods. It’s hard to really enjoy all the treats you get and eat them before they go bad. So instead of baking something, make a homemade mix that they can make themselves later.

Like this homemade chocolate chip & oatmeal quick bread packaged all cute.

{Chocolate Chip & Oatmeal Quickbread}

And this homemade CinnaBun Butter Cake Mix.

{CinnaBun Butter Cake Mix}

That way when the holidays are over and the yummy baked goods are all gone, they can whip out these mixes and make the holidays last just a little longer.

Hopefully some of these suggestions were helpful to you. Let me know if you make any of these. Would love to know how they turned out!

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