When you are thinking of a Christmas gift for the foodie in your life, what could be better than gifts from your Kitchen? Personalised and unique, you know it will be appreciated.

Make something from your kitchen

There are tons of ideas online for making traditional kitchen gifts like jam and baked goods. If you are looking for something a little different then try some of these spectacular gift suggestions.

From “A Healthier Michigan,” comes these DIY holiday gift ideas for easy and healthy mason jar mixes. Shown are Matcha Energy Bites Mix, Cranberry Dark Chocolate Chip Cookie Mix, and Bean Soup Mix do-it-yourself mason jar gift recipes.

Simply assemble the ingredients and then include the recipe on a decorative card. It couldn’t be easier to make a healthy, tasty gift.

You might never have thought about it, but you can actually use your grill as an oven. If you are a person who loves to grill at any time of year why not create this awesome recipe from Char-Broil for "Grilled Pound Cake with Cherry Compote?" It will make a terrific gift if you bring yourself to give it away. You could use it as a hostess gift or have it on hand when people come to visit too.

For something a little different, why not make an antipasto platter or charcuterie board with the Giusto Sapore line of delicious imported Italian foods from Ryt Foods?

Make it into a gift on a decorative cutting board to give them a little something they can keep after the platter has been devoured. Either is easy to assemble and makes a great hit with everyone. The choices are endless for what you want to include so your imagination is your limit.

Lots of DIY ideas

From her new "Cooking, Baking, and Making: 100 Recipes and DIY Ideas for All Seasons and Reasons," author Cynthia O’Connor O’Hara offers a recipe for a homemade bottle of Crème de Menthe. How great would it be to show up with a bottle you made yourself? For the extra touch, pour your creation into a special decorative bottle, and maybe even a fun bottle carrier.

For the foodie who likes to do it themselves, the recipe book itself would also be an excellent gift.

If you want to offer something for the kitchen from somebody who maybe doesn’t have as much time as they like but still wants to be able to bake their own cookies, why not try "Martha’s Holiday Cookie Kit?" Each kit features four of Martha Stewart’s favorite cookie recipes, and the pre-portioned dry ingredients to bake them from scratch. A glossy recipe card is included, which even allows them to make them again with their own ingredients.

In total the four recipes make over 11 dozen cookies. All tied with a ribbon, this makes a great gift for anybody who likes to bake.

From "She Wears Many Hats," try these "Spicy Southern Cheese Straws." The elegant recipe makes beautiful spicy snacks, which, paired with a lovely Sutter Home wine, would make a terrific gift everyone will enjoy.

If you want to go that step further, present the cheese straws in pretty glasses, for an additional gift and add a decorative wine bottle holder.

Imagination is your limit. Whip something up in your kitchen today.

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