Nutitional Gifts for Christmas
Posted 13 December 2012 - 05:03 PM
When the same old Christmas gifts just won't cut it this year, why not give your bacon loving friends a gift pack of bacon inspired treats to stoke the festive cheer? Here are some really great bacon gifts you can make yourself.
Make chocolate bacon. This is the ideal Christmas gift for the person in your life who just can't get enough bacon or chocolate. By combining both, they'll never stop thanking you. After making them, be sure to arrange neatly in a decent gift box. Line with greaseproof paper and some plastic wrap before adding the chocolate bacon. Finish with a nicely tied bow and a porcine card.
Make bacon and chocolate chip cookies. For the cookie lover who enjoys bacon, this provides another perfect combination for a Christmas gift. Package as outlined in the previous step
For the gift recipient with a sweet tooth and a craving for bacon, nothing hits the spot so wonderfully as combining candy with bacon. Try making candied bacon, bacon brittle or bacon toffee. As with the gift box idea outlined above, line a box with greaseproof paper and arrange neatly inside. Add a label and finish off with a ribbon or a porcine card.
Serve up your home friends and family a bacon feast for Christmas morning. If you're not into making finicky food gifts but you don't mind cooking, offer to serve the Christmas morning breakfast. Some ideas include bacon waffles, bacon and macaroni cheese, bacon and egg muffins, asparagus wrapped bacon, cheesy bacon deviled eggs and generous servings of bacon and eggs.
There is always someone who loves alcohol for a gift, and now you can meet the needs of the person who loves both bacon and a bit of booze. Make some tasty bacon vodka, pour it into a pretty bottle and add a fancy porcine shaped label with details of what's on offer.
Something for everyone on your list
Posted 13 December 2012 - 09:20 PM
2) Bet there are a lot of pigs thinking "Eat more possum."
Kathrynne Holden, MS
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