Free Printable Christmas Food Recipe Cards

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I love making homemade goodies for Christmas to give away.  Including the recipe is easy with these Free Printable Christmas Food Recipe Cards

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I like to send a delicious homemade dessert or quick bread to someone as a Christmas gift, but sometimes I also want to include the recipe.  You can print out these festive recipe cards, and easily include your recipe!

I love these cards (or tags) as something special to include with a homemade dish, or even with cookie mixes in a festive mason jar.  Just write in the directions and attach to the mason jar with some fun holiday ribbon or twine.  Print your cards at the link below. [Prints 4 different cards on two pages, in a word doc format].

 Christmas Recipe Cards

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Need some inspiration for gifting foods this Christmas? Check out these recipes below.  Perfect for a dear friend, neighbor, teacher or church worker, or elderly loved one who cannot bake goodies quite as often anymore.

Maple Banana Nut Bread- This is one of my more recent recipes. We all know bananas don't last quite as long this time of year, but that's OK! Banana bread is the perfect solution, and it travels and wraps so beautifully for gifts.

Chewy Peanut Butter Toffee Cookies- This is not your regular Christmas cookie!  I Love the dipped in icing look of these cookies.  They just look so rich and decadent.

Chewy Peanut Butter Toffee Cookie

Lemon Crinkle Cookies Recipe– This recipe is great for when you wan to whip up a batch of cookies but really don't have a lot to go on in the pantry! Just a few ingredients and a few minutes in the kitchen and you have a perfectly giftable recipe.  These are so popular with my kids!

Lemon Crinkle Cookies

Hot Cocoa Christmas Ornaments – Include directions to mix these up for no guesswork!  This is one of my older DIYs but such a classic. Just find some empty plastic ornaments at your craft store and make these adorable individual sized cocoa filled ornaments.  I know the most popular part with younger kids is the marshmallows, so we piled them up in these ornaments!

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