What dad wouldn't want to eat his present?
Because the best gifts are the ones you can eat.
All we are saying is give these cookies a chance.
Do you have 8 ounces of honey and some dried herbs or spices? Then congratulations: You have an edible gift!
The best gifts to give are the ones you make. Make sure they get to your loved ones in one piece with these handy tricks.
You read that right—a childhood-inspired candy mash-up.
An ancient Gujarati sweet—with a time-saving update.
It's only logical that the best pistachio cookies come from the region of Italy known for growing the world's best pistachios.
A sticky two-ingredient brittle for any occasion.
When you need a Valentine's Day gift that's so last-minute that you don't have time to run to the grocery store, these chocolate-coated peanut butter balls are your answer.
A last-minute, 2-ingredient DIY host gift -- or a party trick for your own New Year's celebration. Either way, you'll start 2015 making an impression.
Prepare to grab fistfuls of these chocolate-dusted salty-sweet almonds by Laura Wright from The First Mess.
A boozy caramel sauce that's perfect for holiday gifting, from Becky Rosenthal of The Vintage Mixer.
How to make Milan's famous Christmas bread at home.
A taste of childhood that you can whip up without going to the store -- or turning on your oven.
Gifts good enough to eat.
Don't suffer through holiday cookies that taste like cardboard. You (and Santa) deserve better.
Tofu like you've never seen it before.
Quick bread’s answer to paper vs. plastic.
Sorry Girl Scouts, but Australian Mint Slices might just give your Thin Mints a run for their money. And since these cookies aren't available stateside, you'll need some help from Sarah Coates of The Sugar Hit to make them at home.
Festive fig cookies that taste of a Sicilian Christmas.
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