Handmade Gifts: Holiday Cookies and Wrapping

by Kate H. Knapp on December 10, 2013

in Blogs, Desserts, Food Gifts, Holiday

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I’m going to share a little secret with you. It’s no small coincidence that my favorite Sesame Street character growing up was the Cookie Monster. I empathized deeply to his outpouring of emotion over sugary treats. And even though I’m no longer a little kid, I still believe that there are few things in this life a cookie can’t cure (even if it’s only for a sweet moment). To me, homemade cookies (from gingerbread to chocolate chip) make the perfect gift any time of year—and especially at the holidays when there’s a good chance we are at our most frazzled.

Wrapping your homemade goodies, however, can be a bit tricky. Thankfully, Spoon Fork Bacon is here to save the (holi)day with several delightful ways to wrap your cookies in style. They make it a snap to personalize your cookie packaging with easy downloadable templates, necessary materials (as well as where to buy them), and simple instructions on how to bring it all together. So make the Cookie Monster in your life smile this holiday with a homemade treat wrapped in love.

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Photos courtesy of Teri Lyn and Jenny/Spoon Fork Bacon.

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Kate H. Knapp

Head Recipe Tester & Shop Editor at Eat Boutique
Kate H. Knapp has been cooking since she was stove-high and whisk-strong. She comes from a long line of cooks and bakers, from whom she learned the sweet power of sugar, the thrill of egg whites, the magic of leftovers, and the importance of being fearless in the kitchen. Kate works as the Urbanist Boston City Guide Editor and has recently earned a Masters in Gastronomy. She spends her free time testing recipes, practicing food photography, and reading cookbooks. Her recipe for life is a work in progress—needs a dash more of this and a pinch of that—but she couldn't be happier with her ingredients.

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