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Homemade Christmas Gift Ideas

Homemade Christmas Gift Ideas

Along with being the most wonderful time of the year, Christmas can be the most expensive time of the year for most. Don’t fear, there are many things you can make which won’t cost you an arm and a leg. We’ve collated a list of our favourite Christmas gift ideas that’ll be sure to impress your loved ones.

Christmas Bark

Brittle-Bark

  • 75g roughly chopped myprotein dried cranberries
  •  75g roughly chopped pistachios
  •  350g white chocolate chips
  • 1 tablespoon maca powder

If you’re after a tasty treat for a chocoholic loved one, our Christmas bark is the perfect, pocket-friendly gift for the job! Made using just 4 ingredients, just simply melt the chocolate, sprinkle over the toppings and pop in the refrigerator. These look super cute wrapped in brown paper, with string, for a little edible parcel, download our #NiceNotNaughty e-book for the recipe.

Gin & Lime Marmalade

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  • 675 g limes
  • 1.75 litres water
  • 1.4 kg granulated sugar
  • 70 ml gin

This tasty toast topper is the perfect little gift for any gin lover – all you need is limes, water, granulated sugar and gin. Be warned, marmalade making is not for the impatient, so get those Christmas tunes on, with a cuppa mulled wine and watch it bubble away! Head over to Pinterest for this gorgeous recipe.

Almond Butter Fudge

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  • 6 tbsp almond butter or allergy friendly alternative
  • 2 1/2 tbsp Bioglan coconut oil
  • 2/12 tbsp sweetener of choice

Our scrumptious homemade almond butter fudge makes for the perfect Christmas treat, and made using just three ingredients it’ll be the easiest present you’ll make this year. For the full recipe, download our free #NiceNotNaughty e-book here.

Lip Balm

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  • 1 tsp. beeswax beads
  • 2 tsp. coconut oil
  • 1 tsp. (total) comfrey and/or rosemary extract (optional)
  • 2-5 drops flavouring (optional)- peppermint, cherry, grape, vanilla, orange or anything you like.
  • 1 capsule Vitamin E

This natural, homemade lip balm is made by melting together coconut oil, beeswax, vitamin E with a flavouring of your choice. The Vitamin E is used as a preservative, to stop the balm from going rancid, and coconut oil will hydrate your lips leaving them silky smooth. So, impress your mum, sister, friend or girlfriend in your life with this lovely homemade natural balm!



Charlotte Cliffe

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