Shopping days are numbered and perhaps the budget is tight. But there’s still time to bake some yummy treats and gift to those you just don’t want to leave off your “I’m so grateful for you” list.
Day 9: Fire Family Shopping Yum Yums!
Try these ideas for some yummy, meaningful and heart felt foodie gifts:
You can buy these mixes in stores all over the country. Some come with cute extras like spatualas, oven mitts or even serving plates. OR if you’re feeling particularly Martha Stewartish, you can try the Amish Friendship Bread Recipe recipe with printables we found on Pinterest. We also found this Friendship Soup in a Jar that looks great and also comes with a printable to attach to your jar!
Build a Gift Ideas
A great gift for anyone who loves to bake or cook it taking oven mitts and filling them with cooking utensils, mixes and supplies. Like in this picture from emma-courtney.com. Oven mitt, wooden spoon, cookie mix and a cookie cutter. Super cute!
This is also a great idea for kids, no matter how small. Put together a kit and get messy with them creating goodies right there in your own kitchen. Kids love being able to help make something everyone can enjoy!
Cookies in a Jar
Another awesome way to gift to those who love to cook is picking one (or more!) of these 25 Mason Jar Cookie Recipes to include instead of store bought mixes! With 25 to pick from, I’m sure you’ll find one for everyone!
One cookbook filled with over 300 recipes from firefighters and their families across the country, one 24-7 COMMITMENT travel tumbler for hot or cold drinks, and a package of fresh roasted coffee from Pi Coffee Roasters – Firefighter Owned!
This package includes:
Eat Like a Firefighter cookbook filled with over 300 recipes from firefighters and their families across the country.
1 bottle of Distant Cellars 2012 Drifter Red blend
1 bottle of Distant Cellars 2012 Prospect Zinfandel
1 YEAR of the “Marriage on Fire” program from 24-7 COMMITMENT
Are you still trying to think of just the right gift for a multitude of teachers while not breaking the bank? These jars are adorable, reusable and inexpensive. Just fill them with goodies, gift cards or use larger jars and sneak a few school supplies in with the goodies!
Have a long list of firefighters you want to give a little gift to? Try one of these fun ideas. The easiest DIY gifts, EVER!
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