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December 17, 2013 • Posted by Ankita Satija
There isn’t a more exciting holiday tradition than stocking stuffers. It’s the thrill of wondering what tiny treats could possibly be hiding inside your stocking; an exquisite supplement to bigger gifts. This year, fill the stockings of your foodie family and friends with these useful little knickknacks for the kitchen.
Hot Cocoa Kit In A Jar
Gift the chocolate lovers in your life with a homemade touch this holiday. Fill a jar with a package of hot cocoa powder, marshmallows and some peppermint pieces. Your recipient is bound to love curling up on the sofa, steaming mug of cocoa in hand.
Pumpkin Ravioli makes for the ideal comfort food on a wintery night. Reward your favorite cook with a Ravioli Stamp so they can create perfectly shaped and delicious ravioli of their own.
Mini Recipe Box
A simple handmade gift goes a long way, and what’s better than a crafted collection of recipes? Using 3x5 index cards and your best calligraphy, you can put together a few of your own recipes or your friend’s token ones into a cute little package. Punch a hole in the corner of each card and slip a colored ribbon through it to create an instant recipe catalog.
Almond Thumbprint Cookies
If you’re struggling to think of the optimal gift for a food lover, remember that you can’t go wrong with actual food. These Almond Thumbprint Cookies are a traditional holiday treat and are made using the most basic of cookie recipes. So, simply whip up a batch and insert into a plastic bag with a colorful twist tie. Watch your foodie’s eyes light up.
These adorable holiday-themed spatulas are a must-have for any chef’s stocking. There’s a silicone spatula for every occasion, but might we suggest the Snowflakes, Snowman, or Noel versions?