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Edible Gift Ideas

Edible Gift Ideas

Pepper & Me Club Edible Gift Ideas
Do you love making Christmas gifts?  We have curated some delicious edible gift ideas from the Pepper & Me Club, that you can even make with the kids!
Package your delicious edible creations in a cute box with some ribbon, tag, and gift to someone special this Christmas.
Snowball Truffle RecipeSnowball Truffles

Scrummy classic chocolate truffles, perfect for Christmas edible gifts! Download a free PDF printable of this recipe here.

Pepper & Me Club Spiced Nuts Recipe
 I love adding spiced nuts to my salads and they are great for a snack, and even a lunchbox filler.
Spiced Shortbread Recipe
A classic shortbread recipe slightly spiced with bakers blend, perfect for edible Christmas gifts!
Mother Dukkah Lavosh Recipe
Crisp crunchy crackers perfect for a platter or as an edible Christmas gift.
Raw Bliss Balls
A delicious raw treat for any snack or a yummy lunchbox addition.
Pepper & Me Club Kitchen Sink Cookies Recipe
 Everything but the kitchen sink goes when it comes to these cookies, even salty potato chips!
Scandinavian Christmas Cookies
A delicious & festive cookie to make with the kids or as gifts for loved ones.
Pepper & Me Club Parmesan Sprinkle
A dairy-free alternative to parmesan, this works perfect in our plant based risotto and gives the same umami flavour of Parmigiano-Reggiano
Spiced Caramel Cookie Dough Bites Recipe
We all know when making cookies we all eat the delicious dough. So these cookie dough bites with bakers blend are for cookie dough lovers.
Date and Apricot Loaf Recipe
With a spread of butter, while it's still warm from the oven... you'll find the perfect bite.
Pepper & Me Club Spicy or Smoky Beef Jerky Recipe
Pepper & Me Club Spicy or Smoky Beef Jerky 

Two recipes for the jerky lovers, Spicy or Smoky both equally as tasty! Makes a great high protein snack, or meat to add to a platter.

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