White Chocolate Pretzel Chunks

 
White Chocolate Pretzel Chunks

November 7th 2013By Linda Lebovic

Use this condiment as a topping for doughnuts, gingersnap cookies, fruit crisps, babke, or challah.

 

Strawberry-Rhubarb Jam

 
freezer-jams

May 17th 2013By Felisa Billet

Learn to make your own Strawberry Rhubarb Jam without fancy jars or pectin and store it in the freezer.

 

Peach Jam with Blueberries

 
peach jam

April 30th 2013By Felisa Billet

Make your own Peach Jam with Blueberries without any special jars or pectin, store in the freezer for easy use.

 

Make Your Own Flavored Vinegars

 
make your own vinegar

April 16th 2013By Julie Negrin

You can replace vinegar in any salad recipe with your own flavors of vinegar. Use your favorite berries, or make savory varieties using garlic, basil, or other fresh herbs.

 

Lemon Kissed Salt

 
Edible Gifts, salt and sugar

November 7th 2013By Chaya Friedman

This keeps for a few months so your host can enjoy it as a finishing salt on fish or poultry and vegetable dishes long after the party is over. This year, instead of grabbing a last minute bottle of wine, come prepared with this fantastically-easy yet super-thoughtful homemade treat that is sure to spruce up the feast no matter what the cuisine. Guests can take latkes to the next level with a gentle sprinkling of lemon-kissed salt,

 

Kumquat Chutney

 
kumquat chutney

February 20th 2013By Ronnie Fein

 

Edible Holiday Gift Ideas

 
Edible Gifts DIY

November 14th 2013By Linda Lebovic

 

Dried Apricot, Date and Ginger Chutney

 
apricot chutney

February 12th 2013By Ronnie Fein

Make a flavorful chutney to top meat, chicken or fish or eat right from the spoon. Makes the perfect edible gift too.

 

DIY Tea – Make Your Own Blends

 
tea collage

May 3rd 2013By Nechama Marcus

This Mother's Day bring your mom some home made tea. Fantastic DIY project makes the perfect edible gift for mom.

 

Dark Chocolate Fudge

 
chocolate fudge

February 7th 2013By joyofkosher

This recipe is the basic condensed milk version that is so easy it feels like you are cheating, but it tastes great so who cares. Mix it up using your choice of extract like mint or hazelnut instead of vanilla and/or add your favorite mix ins, like cookie dough, or nuts or peanut butter, the list can go on and on.

 

Chili Oil

 
edible gift chili oil

June 5th 2013By Chaya Friedman

Make your own infused chili oil and pack up with some other foodie treats for the perfect edible gift. By mixing olive oil with neutral flavored oils such as safflower or canola, you not only save money, but the chili flavor will be more intense.

 

Candied Orange Peel

 
candied-cara-cara-orange-peel

January 13th 2014By Tamar Genger MA, RD

Don't throw away the peel!! Turn them into candied orange peel and save the leftover liquid sugar as a citrus simple syrup to sweeten drinks. You can also chop them up and use in place of dried fruits in cookies or cakes. Plus the peels has lots of nutrients and fiber, a good way to satisfy your sweet tooth.

 

Basil & Garlic Oil

 
basil oil

June 4th 2013By Chaya Friedman

This basil infused oil is lovely poured over a light salad, as a soup garnish, or for searing fish.