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These Treats are So Good, You Can Gift Them. Plus, win $50 to Amazon: #SheSpeaksRecipe Giveaway

These Treats are So Good, You Can Gift Them. Plus, win $50 to Amazon: #SheSpeaksRecipe Giveaway

If you're spending holiday time planning out food to cook or gifts to buy, look no further! We've found recipes submitted by our SheSpeaks members that can double as both. They are treats so delicious and beautiful that they can be given away, shared with friends, or kept for yourself. 

What gifts are you giving this year? Tell us and you'll be entered to win a $50 Amazon gift card!

Mini Strawberry Bread Loaf

This is the perfect treat to bring when you are visiting friends. Or to give to your child's favorite teacher. Or to serve your family for brunch. Or just to eat yourself with a warm drink on a cold winter day. Thanks to SheSpeaks member, MeandMyPinkMixer for submitting a holiday dessert that's so versatile, you almost won't need to make anything else.

Snowball Cookies

There could be a foot of snow outside your window, or it could be sunny without a cloud in the sky. Either way, snowball cookies, submitted by Peachesncream887, are a festive way to celebrate winter. You can easily double the recipe so you can give them away in batches. Just make sure to have extra - it will be hard to resist popping these in your mouth while you wrap them up!

Easy Rocky Road Fudge

Because no dessert selection is complete without chocolate, try this irresistible fudge from emma0420. They are easy to cut into small bites for any holiday table, or convenient to wrap in a pretty box for a wonderful gift. Best part - you can customize the flavors. This version has walnuts and marshmallows, but you can easily put in peppermint crumbs, raisins, pretzel bits, candy pieces or whatever else you prefer. It's even a fun project to make with the kids.

Pumpkin Honey Pie

Sure, you can buy a pumpkin pie, but it will never taste as good as homemade. And with this simple recipe from Hywelda9, you'll never have to eat sub-par pie again. This one's extra special thanks to a secret ingredient: honey. Serve it at your own holiday meal, or give one to anyone who's hosting. This dish  is sure to get sweet reviews!

Chocolate Chunk Cookies

Don't forget the cookies at holiday time! You can hand out these sweet cookies from savingsmania in your cookie exchange, or make an extra batch to have ready if neighbors stop by. Top them with crushed candy cane when you make them for the holidays, or prep them as is, any time of the year.

We can't wait for dessert!

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#SheSpeaksRecipe Giveaway

*One lucky commenter, Tweeter or Instagrammer will be chosen at random to receive a $50 Amazon gift card. Giveaway is open through December 3rd, 2018 to U.S. residents at least 18 years of age. Entrants must be a member of SheSpeaks. If you are not a member, click here to join. Winner will be notified by email.

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  • Sweet_t511 By Sweet_t511

    Run balls, pumpkin pie and fully decorated Christmas cookies

  • skasbaum By skasbaum

    They love my chocolate chip cookies and almond fudge!

  • queenubian1995 By queenubian1995

    I'm financially unable to give any gifts this year but when I had the money I used to always get something for all 5 of my sisters even if it's a Keychain with their name on it or something to show them I appreciate everything they've done for me.

  • pinelands By pinelands

    Lots of homemade goodies, gift cards, games, electronics

  • plong22 By plong22

    I have a new grandson and can't wait to buy him some toys.

  • wenrom31 By wenrom31

    Homemade holiday sugar cookies and homemade coquito ( Puerto Rican eggnog)

  • YogiRenee By YogiRenee

    Homemade butter toffee. As long as no one has any dairy allergies this is great for anyone!!!

  • RandiKaye By RandiKaye

    Some cute toys for the kids, something baked for the extended family!

  • reakilgore By reakilgore

    I have no idea. I'm not ready for Christmas yet. I want to celebrate Thanksgiving first.

  • samwest545 By samwest545

    I am giving homemade chocolates as well as some cute ideas from

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