Monday, December 5, 2011

Help me please

I am OVERWHELMED with too much information!
I would like to find a unique/special/new to us foodie gift for our Christmas stockings.
(These are not all of the stockings, 6 of them were taken down while the fire was lit.)
We do a name exchange and only but a gift for 1 adult and we buy for all the kids, but we still fill each others stockings and I like to do something yummy and different each year.
One year was cocoa's, another was nuts, another was soup mixes.
you get the idea.
This year I want something special.
HOWEVER in my Internet searches I have found too much.
I can't decide. I can't even narrow it down. SHEESH.
So what do you suggest?
Please Help :)

10 comments:

  1. Thank you for coming to my blog for a visit. I thank you for the comment. I think your Christmas village is lovely....did you do a google search for the piece that you would like to add? Don't give up on it, you might be surprised and find one!
    Hugs, Gigi

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  2. Well, my friend, you are most certainly right as far as the internet search having so much that it typically ends up overwhelming us even more. I would suggest (and I've never tried making it but I hear it's delicious) peppermint bark. There are lots of ways to make it, even as simple as a chocolate cake pop with crushed candy cane on top. Whatever you do, enjoy it. Cupcake in a jar (preserve jar) is also cute. Let us know what you end up making.
    PS-Cute stockings.
    XOXO

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  3. Have you tried looking at interest, so many wonderful ideas!

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  4. Good morning! I just thought you should know that your blog is linked as a feature on the blogging sisters site.
    Hugs,
    Mary

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  5. I love off of the stockings hung by the fire! Hmmm I like the peppermint bark idea, too. Sounds good about now. Cake pops, perhaps? Those are cute, fun and unique!

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  6. One of my favorite treats to make at Christmas time is roasted pecans. I like the salty ones but the sweet ones are delish too. Super easy to make too ~ just google and you'll find recipes that take like 10 minutes to prep. Good luck!

    ~Cindy

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  7. Enjoy your weekend too. Have you come up with any ideas since I last visited?
    I'm thinking of taking that roasted pecan suggestion with me. :) YUM!

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  8. What a beautiful mantel! Hope you have a great day.
    Hugs,
    Mary

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  9. Sugared walnuts or pecans are delicious and easy to make.

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  10. Jenny what about doing a brownie in a jar for everyone, I think it is a fantastic idea, love from your New Zealand friend

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