Gifts from the kitchen for the holiday season

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Who doesn’t love a gift from the kitchen? Making food for people brings me so much joy.

If you want to offer a gift from your kitchen this year, try one of these recipes.

My candied pecans are probably the most anticipated gift from my kitchen. People are already asking me when my candied pecans will be ready. This recipe is not too sweet and the coating isn’t too hard like some recipes. It’s perfect. These pecans are addictive on their own, but also nice on brie, on a charcuterie platter, sprinkled on oatmeal, in cookies and more.

Almond bark is another great holiday gift because it’s super quick, easy and affordable. You can split a batch into two or three portions. This sweet and salty recipe has peanuts, almonds, cranberries and pretzels. You can play with any toppings. I love mixing sweet and salty. Other variations include macadamia nuts and coconut; or coconut, pecans and Ritz crackers.

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