If you’re looking for edible gifts for mom this Mother’s Day, look no further because I have found several great options for you. Mother’s Day is the time to feel pampered and loved by your kids. When the kids were tiny, I got drawings and clay figurines and popsicle picture frames, and I loved every one of them.
Edible Gifts for Mom
Now that the kids are older, it’s not as easy for them to find something that I’ll enjoy as when they were younger. For me, the perfect afternoon is one I can spend with them. Now that they’re older, I like spending a few hours with them over a cup of coffee or tea and some type of tasty treat. Here are a few ideas for edible gifts for mom that you can make. If younger kids want to get in on the fun why not have them make this chocolate Mother’s Day bouquet from Tikkido.
Mothers Day gift basket
Of course, you can put together a cute Mothers Day Gift basket that has a box of tea, a few expensive cookies, a scented candle, and a pretty teacup. If you love to bake, you can make the cookies yourself. Why not try these French macarons by Better Living. Or, you can give her a gift in a jar and let her make it. These chocolate chip cookies in a jar by This Mama Loves would be perfect. If your mom has a sweet tooth, she may enjoy these Keto peanut butter cups by Low Carb Yum. Remember, edible gifts for mom or dad can be healthy and delicious!
Edible Mothers Day gifts
If she’s following a gluten-free diet, you may want to consider making her a jar of this high protein trail mix from Plant-Based Cooking. If she loves to cook, she’ll probably enjoy this flavored herb salt from The Rising Spoon. Or, make a jar of this homemade chocolate mint tea blend from Homespun Seasonal Living. The type of edible gifts for mom you decide on should depend on what she likes to eat.
Edible gift baskets you can make
It’s not difficult to make an edible gift basket. Start with your favorite basket and add as many delicious treats as you can. Think outside of the box. You can add your favorite homemade cookies, of course. But, you can also add this delicious lilac syrup from Savoring the Good. Make two batches so you can enjoy one too! Looking for a grain free treat? Try these chocolate dipped oranges from Healthy Little Foodies.
Of course, your edible gifts for mom don’t need to be in a basket if you don’t have one available. You can use a gift bag, a cute tin, a box, or simply wrap them up and give them to her that way. Or, you can put together a DIY edible arrangement like this one from Homan at Home. Or, if you’d rather give her the gift of time, invite her over for dessert and enjoy these delicious Weight Watchers lemon pies in a jar from Kimspired DIY.
I hope one of these edible gifts for mom is the one you’ve been searching for!
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