Love to make your family and friends edible gifts but could do with less stress in the kitchen over the holiday season? You’ll love these 9 edible gifts you can make well in advance. So that’s less time in the kitchen, and more time to eat mince pies by the plateful.
Whether you call it a jam or a spread, this chocolate and raspberry preserve from The Modern Preserver is as addictive and delicious as it sounds. The chocoholic in your life will be eternally grateful!
From the book
The Modern Preserver: Chutneys, pickles, jams and more
130 creative recipes for all things preserved
Classic methods with a fresh contemporary twist
Inspiration for homemade gifts
A winning combo of apple and sultana, these warming wintery flavours make a reliable chutney that are the perfect addition to a cheeseboard, and will go nicely with that leftover turkey too.
Try your hand at making this classic chocolate-dipped biscuit that feels appropriately festive, with this failsafe recipe from The Great British Bake Off: Christmas.
A thoughtful gift couldn’t be easier to throw together, this flavour-packed spice mix is delicious rubbed onto any meat, sprinkled onto veggies, or just about anything for that matter!
A fresh, bright pickle which adds a lovely zing to your plate and goes especially well with fish. It looks beautiful, too!
This classic Spanish quince jelly is the traditional accompaniment to Manchego in Spain, but we reckon it goes very well indeed with plenty of other cheeses, too!
Yes, you read that right! This chocolate-infused vodka will be a welcome gift for chocolate and vodka lovers alike.
Could there be more festive flavours than cranberry, orange and port? This delicious sauce makes a very timely gift, but make sure the lucky recipient opens it in the morning so that you can all enjoy some with your Christmas lunch!
Norman Musa’s Nyonya Vegetable Pickle is one for the chilli-lovers. This lipsmackingly tasty condiment is packed with veggies, crunchy textures, and authentic Malaysian flavours.