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    Default Home made Christmas gifts

    So with Christmas approaching, I would like to set a weekend aside to cook nice gifts for extended family, friends, mothers group, etc. I was thinking big batch, simple, yummy, that I can divide up into individual portions and present nicely as I would like to give them something but can't buy them all a present.

    The only thing I can think of is salted caramel fudge.

    Any other ideas of what I could make?

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    White christmas and rum balls? Tied up in cellophane and a christmas coloured ribbon?

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    I make homemade lemon cordial ( thanks to Hollywoods recipe !) and you can buy the coloured bottles with stoppers in the $2 shops and maybe attach a homemade gift card or make labels ? ( I've used the cordial with sparkling water or even in cocktails) or rocky road in a Xmas tree shaped cake tin and just wrap in a cute bag ?

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    choc slice, jam slice, mars bar Christmas crackles, spiced biscuits, lemon slice... Nothing wrong with fudge maybe mix it up with marble fudge/vanilla/jaffa/ choc fudge??

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    Cranberry and pistachio white choc rocky road. I make it for teachers, neighbours etc every year.

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    Biscotti, Greek shortbread, gingerbread men, walnut fudge, apricot balls, coconut ice, Florentines, macaroons.

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