Edible gifts featured on Shepherd’s Fashions Coffee Talk

Five fabulously tasty treats you can share over the holidays!

Today, more than ever, consumable gifts are so stylish. When you take the time to prepare edible gifts in your own kitchen, the family and friends with whom you share them will appreciate that you care about them and want to offer something to spice up their holidays. Be sure to take a few extra moments to package them up prettily and your treats will make an even more impressive impact. I encourage you to think beyond cookies as there are loads of great options for edible gifts. I’m delighted to share five of my favourite giftable recipes, all of which are super easy. They are featured in a fun video segment called Coffee Talk with Marlene Shepherd and Kathie Donovan. Watch our talk here: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=GjHk1r6ox6o. Click on the Edible Gifts category on the right hand side of the screen to access more ideas!


Click on the titles to link to the recipes:

No-bake lemon coconut squares

Pickled Apple Slices

Festive maple snack mix

Mushroom seasoned salt

Festive Pretzel Bites

Author: Paula Roy

Welcome to my kitchen! I play with words and with food. I love simple dishes prepared with passion and am always seeking to find new methods to make food as fun and flavourful as possible. I'm also an enthusiastic explorer of faraway lands and cuisines.

4 thoughts

  1. Hi Paula. I came across your blog through the Cook’s Cook Community Forum. I especially like the recipe for the Festive Pretzels. I can see myself nibbling on these all day! (PS- I’m also a food blogger also).

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