Pretty Simple Gift Guides – Holiday Treats Edition

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Y’all know that I love to cook and bake, but sometimes I want to be pampered and just receive yummy snacks. I made a Pinterest Board with over 50 snacks that are making me drool. Here I will share 10+ Holiday Treats that would be perfect to share with your family or add to my stocking.

The Hampton Popcorn Co. White Truffle Parmesan Popcorn Tin, 1 gallon
The Hampton Popcorn Co. White Truffle Parmesan Popcorn Tin, 1 gallon

The Hampton Popcorn Co. White Truffle Parmesan Popcorn Tin, 1 gallon – I actually do not care for truffles, but Oprah always includes White Truffle Popcorn, so I will too.

Salted Caramel Swirl Marshmallows
Salted Caramel Swirl Marshmallows

Salted Caramel Swirl Marshmallows – 1 Dozen or 4 Dozen  – Unlike Keanna, I love marshmallows and would love to try these. Sweet Flo’s has a variety of flavors. You should check them out.

Homemade Fudge Buy 1 lb Get 1/2 lb FREE Over 40 flavors to choose from!
Homemade Fudge Buy 1 lb Get 1/2 lb FREE Over 40 flavors to choose from!

Homemade Fudge Buy 1 lb Get 1/2 lb FREE Over 40 flavors to choose from! – The only thing better than homemade fudge is not actually having to make it yourself. 

Assorted Chocolate Covered Strawberries

Assorted Chocolate Covered Strawberries – Saying that I LOVE Chocolate-Covered Strawberries would be an understatement. I do not really associate them with Christmas, but let’s make it a thing!!

Assorted Chocolate Covered Cherries
Assorted Chocolate Covered Cherries

Assorted Chocolate Covered Cherries – I think Chocolate-Covered Cherries are a thing for Christmas. If not, they should be. 

Chocolate & Wine Pairing Kit
Chocolate & Wine Pairing Kit

Chocolate & Wine Pairing Kit – Keanna is more worldly than me, so she knew that it was a thing, but I just learned on our Wine Tasting Trip that pairing Wine and Chocolate is a thing. Shhhh, Keanna might be getting this in her stocking!!

Bûche de Noël Cake
Bûche de Noël Cake

Bûche de Noël Cake – This year, I am going to attempt to make one of these beauties. Someone very special in my life is French and his mother makes one every year. They look too good to eat!

Fine chocolate morsels box, 12 unit per box
Fine chocolate morsels box, 12 unit per box

Fine chocolate morsels box, 12 unit per box – Are you noticing a theme? I really love chocolate. I had to include these as they are handmade and affordable on Etsy.

Maple Bourbon Caramels
Maple Bourbon Caramels

Maple Bourbon Caramels – I also love Bourbon and Caramel, so why not include a Maple Bourbon Caramel. So decadent and luxurious.

Homemade Baklava
Homemade Baklava

Homemade Baklava – Lastly, you should definitely have some Baklava on your sweets spread. Tender, sweet, and delicious. What more could you need in a Holiday Treat?

Remember, you can check out 40+ (and growing) other Holiday Treats on our Pinterest Board.

As always, I would love to hear what you think. Especially, if you have some sweets that are particular to your culture. We love having our horizons expanded. Please let me know in the comments. Also, please tag  your pictures of you using #PrettySimpleTreats on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest, even Google+ and we will feature you on our social media feeds.

Keepin’ it Pretty & Simple,
Monti

P.S. – If you are looking for more  inspiration, check out our other 2016 Gift Guides:
Black Friday Sales
Herbs and Spices Edition
Gifts for Mom
Cyber Monday Edition
#GivingTuesday

By Monti Lawson

Hello, I am Monti and half of the team for www.itsaprettysimplelife.com. Currently living in New York City, but raised pretty much in Virginia Beach, VA. By day, I am a freelance consultant for nonprofits. At night, you can find me trying to infuse vodka, playing with cocktails, gardening, or trying as many new cuisines as I can find. Longing to spend a year traveling through Asia.

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