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What are your favourite homemade edible gifts? Try these inspirational homemade treats, including pannetone, snowflake biscuits and Christmas fig and nut cakes.
These beautiful iced biscuits look lovely hung on the Christmas tree. These will keep in an airtight tin for 3 weeks.
Amaze your loved ones with these brilliant baubles, which can go on the Christmas tree or be given as gifts.
A recipe by Debbie Major for beautifully moist Italian Panettoni.
Debbie Major's recipe for pan de higos, Spanish cakes of dried figs and nuts, sweetened with honey or sugar and flavoured with brandy.
Debbie Major suggests presenting the marshmallow snowballs in gift boxes lined with brown paper, or slide into cellophane bags and tie with ribbons and a pretty label.
Debbie Major loves to serve this pickle with cold ham and turkey over the Christmas period. It also makes a nice change from mango chutney with a curry.
This is just like the Italian lemon liqueur limoncello, but made with Christmassy clementines
The flavour of these soft biscuits gets better with keeping.
Buttery, crumbly, melt-in-the-mouth biscuits that make great canapés to serve with drinks.
These delicious cinnamon creations are fun for all the family to make
Ricciarelli, which originate from Siena, are traditionally given as Christmas gifts in Italy. This isn’t a traditional recipe, but they taste as good as macaroons, without the fuss.
These delicious nibbles are perfect for serving with drinks over the Christmas period.
Also known as bitter oranges, these Spanish lovelies are perfect for making this marmalade recipe as the pectin-rich pith and pips provide ideal setting power.
This is a great make-ahead recipe as it's actually better if you make it around a month in advance. A great present for a foodie– make a mini hamper with this chutney, a nice cheese and some homemade oatcakes
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