It’s always been said that the best gifts are those that come from the heart and homemade gifts have a lot more care and thought put into them. D.I.Y. gifts are always a good idea if you’re low on money for presents, but still want to give something thoughtful. While there are a lot of food related do it yourself gifts, this list is made up of five that we thought are worth sharing, enjoy!
1. Homemade Cookie Butter
The great thing about this project is that you can use the recipe to continue to make it afterwards. This is a great gift because you can make a variety of cookie butters which will all taste amazing. You can put cookie butter on almost anything like apples, pretzels, or even toast. Click here for the full recipe!
2. Sangria Kit
This next homemade gifts is perfect for the summer and is super easy to do. It's a great gift to bring for the host of a party or a friend. You can customize it yourself by choosing what fruits and wine you want to put in. All you have to do is go out and find the perfect drink dispenser. Click here for details!
3. Chai Tea Kit
Nothing is more relaxing than a cup of chai tea. As the fall approaches this gift would be perfect for anyone with an autumn birthday. This is another easy D.I.Y. project that will take less than 30 minutes. Add a mug, a tea strainer, then decorate and your done. Click here for the full details.
4. S’Mores Cookie in a Jar
This next one is the classic D.I.Y. food gift, cookies in a jar. Perfect for the novice baker, and all it requires is a mason jar and the ingredients. The s’mores flavor is also great for around the fire and as the chilly weather approaches it’s the perfect gift. Click here for the recipe.
5. Edible Cookie Dough
This next DIY gift is foolproof because who doesn’t love cookie dough? It’s the best thing about baking cookies without all the mess. You can add decorative ribbon and a fun spoon for a unique touch. It’s such an easy and fun gift to give, you can even make a big batch and keep some for yourself. This gift can be made 3 weeks in advance and must be refrigerated. Click here for more details.