During the holidays, it is especially nice to show our friends and family just how much they mean to us. How you do it is up to you, but this year, the editors of AllFreeSlowCookerRecipes are here to give you a little inspiration. Why not give the gift of a delicious homemade treat? Making edible Christmas gifts in the slow cooker is so easy and fun to do, and the possibilities are endless. You can make a delicious hot cocoa mix in a jar, a batch of homemade Christmas cookie bars, or even holiday-scented potpourri. Below, we are giving you 10 of our most popular slow cooker recipes for homemade, edible gifts that are especially great for spreading some holiday cheer.
AllFreeSlowCookerRecipes’ 10 Picks for Homemade Holiday Gifts:
1. Snowman Poop:
This is a fun project the kids can get in on at home. Make fun shapes out of salt dough and “bake” them in your slow cooker until they are hard enough to string together and hang on the tree. You can give these as gifts, or simply make it a fun activity to do with the family.
These delicious slow-cooked nuts are a classic holiday gift you can easily throw in festive bags and give out as gifts to friends, teachers, and relatives. This inexpensive homemade treat will help you spread endless holiday cheer!
These chocolatey, crunchy clusters are the best bite-sized snack. Make a large batch in your slow cooker, bag up a few good-sized clusters, and then hand them out when it gets closer to Christmas.
Peppermint and chocolate are classic Christmas flavors, and when you combine them in this delicious slow cooker fudge, you’re sure to have a homemade-gift winner.
These white chocolate peppermint pretzel candies are great for holiday snacking and perfect for gift-giving. You can easily package a batch of these in a round tin or festive bag to make your foodie creation stand out.
These little bundles of joy are the most divine Christmas cookie bar you’ve ever tasted. Gooey caramel and hints of sea salt and vanilla make these cookie bars a great option for holiday gift-giving.
What homemade gifts do you plan to make for the holidays?