It happens a lot during the holidays.
You get invited out, but of course, want to bring a yummy treat to share with the host.
Check out these Christmas Treats to make and share for your next invite.
Or better yet, double the batch, keep some for yourself and some to give.
These are also great if you participate in a Christmas cookie exchange.
4 Easy Christmas Treats to Make and Give
My children request this all the time, and every year we make it for friends and family.
To make Pumpkin Gingerbread, simply mix everything in a bowl, bake and it yields two loaf pans.
The spices will make your kitchen smell heavenly! For gift-giving, make several batches, slice up the loaves and distribute in holiday party favor bags or Christmas-themed paper plates.
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No-Bake Peanut Butter Sandwich Cookies
All you need are 4 ingredients to throw together these yummy layered “cookies” that are actually made with Ritz crackers.
Use white or milk chocolate, or a combination of both.
Decorating is easy with sprinkles, icing or candy bits.
The kids would love to help you make these ones too!
Snickerdoodle Chex Mix (Gluten Free)
This super-easy recipe from Betty Crocker is time-tested and delicious.
You’ll spend so little timing making it that you can have a lot of fun deciding how to package it up for gift-giving!
These little cookies make a great presentation and are perfect for gift-giving when there are children in the family.
Get the dead-easy, no-bake recipe from Our Best Bites here.
All you need are store-bought Nutter Butters, icing, pretzels and M&M’s.
These are also popular for school gift treats.
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In a rush? These Christmas Treats to make are available almost at any local Supermarket.
Do you have a favorite Christmas Treats to make and share with your family and friends?
Please link the recipe in the comments below.
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