These are for teachers and some friends. TIA.
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Nancy is a trusted home cook.
Rich Xmas yeast cakes like stollen and panetone, chocolate bark, hot cocoa mix, homemade spice blends in nice reusable jars, basket of ingredients containing a meal, dish or snack (e.g. homemade pancake mix with fancy jam or syrup, cheese wine crackers, quickbread ingredients and new loaf pan).
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I'm doing the same thing as we speak. Here are some things I'm making:
(None of these have to be frozen)
https://food52.com/recipes... (I'll freeze these)
Hope this helps!
Thanks so much for the great ideas. I am definitely going to try to pretzel mix and maybe even the bark. Maybe I'll toss in a batch of cookies too! That's about all I can handle. Happy holidays!
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At this point on the calendar, most cookies and candies you'll be making don't need to be frozen. Air tight containers are the way I've always stored them I only freeze them when I make them a month or more in advance.
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