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What are some of the best gifts you can give this season? The edible kind, of course!
Skip the process of buying a gift for your friend, which they might not even like, and bring over a box of homemade goodies instead. From eggnog pancake mix to delicious churros, your loved ones will be utterly thankful with these delicious desserts.
christmas muddy buddies
Who can resist the appeal of muddy buddies? Not us, that’s for sure! Give your mix a winter upgrade with this delicious recipe. Pack it in a Christmas tin or in individual baggies for all of your friends or co-workers to enjoy.


macaron
Macarons are always a crowd favorite, and this holiday variety lives up to any and all expectations. There are three different seasonal fillings to choose from: spicy milk chocolate mocha ganache, eggnog marshmallow fluff, and white chocolate peppermint buttercream.


eggnog pancakes
Eggnog is one of our favorite beverages to enjoy during the holidays. Spread the cheer to your friends with eggnog pancakes. This homemade mix is quite easy to put together, even for those who might not be a master chef. Decorate the jar for a special touch!


marshmallows
Impress your friends with your baking skills and mature palate all at once! These marshmallows range in flavor from peppermint to lavender and are ready to be dropped into a steaming cup of hot chocolate. Put them on display in a clear bag and finish off with a festive ribbon.


coffee cupcake
The display takes the cake (no pun intended) for the success of this baked gift. This idea is great for the office – everyone will be delighted by your homemade cupcakes and frosting. Add sprinkles for a dash of color!


coconut-lime-snowballs
A little ganache goes a long way! Make these snowballs for your next get together during the holidays as a unique treat and a break from average Christmas cookies. The recipe makes 48, which is ideal for feeding the masses.


churros
You’ll feel like a kid again after tasting one of these homemade churros. With an easy-to-make dough, you can’t go wrong with this treat. Add a bit of chocolate dipping sauce and a box of these will go a long way.


fig and ginger
Put your baking skills to the test with a flavorful truffle recipe that is sure to impress. The combination of fig and ginger has just the right amount of spice, while the chocolate brings the desired sweetness.


snow capped cookies
Put your rolling pin away! Betty Crocker’s dough just needs to be pressed with fingers, then cut into wedges. Decorate each tree with icing for a unique, holiday touch.


dulce
This twist on the classic Rice Krispies Treats recipe adds the crunch you’ve been craving. The recipe makes two dozen crispies, which are sure to go fast when your friends get a taste of the nutty dessert.
xx, The FabFitFun Team