Gifting edible gifts during the holiday season is always fun. You get to spend hours in the kitchen crafting special treats that celebrate the best of the season. What’s not so amusing is figuring out how to package those delightful bites.
If you are searching for ideas for how to package everything from holiday cookies and decadent truffles to Italian biscotti and beyond take a look at these innovative ideas from the vloggers around the web.
PACKAGING EDIBLE HOLIDAY GIFTS
Caleb from The Gray Boxwood has a few ideas for packaging holiday candies, cookies and chocolates in a simple yet stylish way. He goes through an assortment of boxes and shows you how to package your special treats with care:
These tips would be ideal for packaging special holiday treats like these chocolate truffles infused with star anise and black tea. Get the recipe here.
COOKIE WRAPPING IDEAS
Meg from WhatsUpMoms take a different route to packaging holiday treats. She opts for decorative bags, labels and pins that add a festive touch to any treat - be it a cookie, brownie or tempting truffle.
CUTE COOKIE PACKAGING
If you really want to up your packaging game take a cue from Paper Guru. With her DIY tutorial you'll learn how to transform a simple brown paper bag into a gorgeous and elegant recipient for cookies.
Watch and learn:
This packaging would be ideal for these delightful Tuscan cantucci biscuits - a delectable Christmas treat perfect for dipping into dessert wine.
BEST PACKAGING FOR MAILING COOKIES
Robert fromKin Communityhas a wonderful idea for shipping cookies. It's something he calls his "two-box method" designed to prevent your precious homemade cookies from crumbling before they arrive at Aunt Mildred's door.
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