We have the perfect idea contents list to put in a homemade Christmas foodie Hamper! See below the Christmas Hamper recipes and ideas to build your own homemade gift basket! We have put together our favourite, non-perishable easy baked goods, with recipes of unique homemade food gifts in a jar. You can package and decorate with Christmas vibes and give to all your loved ones this year!
What to put in Homemade Christmas Hamper?
Despite this year being a challenging one, this is the best gift idea when you are on a budget because you can make everything in bulk so is pretty cheap. Furthermore, I have vegans & gluten free people in my family so all of these recipes can be adapted and become so personalised and unique. These Christmas Hamper recipes are great for him, her and couples as you can chose what you put in each hamper.
Easily recycle any jars and containers, (see tips on how to sterilize here). To package, use a label maker, cellophane and ribbon and box wrapped it in Christmas wrapping paper as the hamper bases.
Christmas Hamper Contents List
One of my favourite Christmas drinks, warming and spiced gin is perfect for the holidays.
This delicious infusion is great to start ahead of time as it will last for months.
Make this easy dry hot chocolate mix with real chocolate. It is vegan and gluten free so it really is the best gift for everyone.
Everyone needs a jar of this Cranberry sauce at Christmas time and can be use for so many dishes to add Christmas sweetness.
Making this chocolate bark is a creative yet delicious gift. We use pure dark chocolate so it is vegan friendly
Ideal for festive baking and homemade spiced lattes
Delicious sweet snack perfect for Christmas gifting and baking
An essential condiment for this time of year, easy to make in bulk for gifitng
Sweet & Spicy Roasted Almonds are a perfect snack for the festive period & makes a great gift!
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What an interesting blog you have. I really like the recipes for homemade spice mixtures.
thank you! glad you enjoyed it!
Nice share! Reblogging!