16 Delicious Food Gifts That Will Make Everyone Love You

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The list of people you still need to buy presents for is growing incredibly long. You don't want to brave the cold and snow to go shopping and it's too late to order a present online. Most of the people on your list are impossible to buy for. What are you to do? You can't show up to Christmas empty handed.

This year, skip the store bought gifts for gifts from the kitchen. Everyone loves food — and everyone loves homemade food as gifts! You can save money, time and stress by making one of these delicious food gifts that will make everyone on your list love you.
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1. Chocolate Sea Salt Toffee

You can't beat a food gift that requires only four ingredients. Your active time to make this toffee is only about 20 minutes — you can decorate the tree while you wait for the toffee and chocolate layers to cool. Use Christmas candy boxes and ribbon to package the toffee up to make it feel extra special.
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2. Easy Chocolate Peppermint Fudge

Fudge is a staple of the holiday season. Put those candy canes to use as a topping in this vegan fudge. Tip: Add an extra tablespoon of cocoa to make this fudge extra rich.
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3. 10-Minute Stout Chocolate Fudge

Do you have a beer lover in your life? Find out their favorite stout beer then whip them up this decadent fudge. Gift with a six-pack of beer for even more brownie points.
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4. Three-Ingredient Peanut Butter Fudge

When it's crunch time during the holidays, it's no time to get involved in a difficult recipe. Instead, grab a bag of white chocolate chips, your favorite peanut butter and some maple syrup to make this fudge in 15 minutes or less.
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5. Chocolate Macarons

If you have someone on your list you need to impress, this is the food gift you have to make. Homemade macarons seem difficult but they are much easier to make than you think! You can even turn your holiday baking party into a macaron baking party this year — pre-make the cookies and have your guests fill in their own macarons.
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6. Marbled Chocolate Bark

For the chocolate lover in your life, gift this marbled chocolate bark that includes four (yes, four!) different types of chocolate. This stays good in an airtight container for up to three weeks so keep a batch on hand if you have unexpected gifts after the holidays.
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7. Sweet, Salty, Nutty Chocolate Bark

The best gifts are sweet and salty. This chocolate bark will cure any sweet, salty or crunchy craving! Use up leftover crackers, pretzels or even quinoa for the crunch.
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8. S'mores Cake Ball Truffles

Cake balls are possibly the most fun baked good to make because you don't have to worry if your cake comes out cracked or crumbly! Your loved ones will remember summer (and warmer days!) with this campfire favorite-inspired treat. Use holiday-themed swizzle sticks to make these easy to eat.
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9. No-Bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Balls

Chocolate and peanut butter were made for each other. If you're tired of baking this holiday season, skip turning on the oven and make these no-bake cookies instead. Add a sprinkle of flaky sea salt to make these feel extra fancy.
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10. Three-Ingredient Salted Chocolate Matzos

Matzo gets a bad rap for being bland but really, being bland is great because it means you have a blank slate to work with. If you have extra matzo left over from Hanukkah celebrations, dip it in melted chocolate and sprinkle sea salt on top to make these irresistible treats.

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