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Make These Homemade Holiday Treats for Less Than $5

sweets.jpgWhy go shopping for gifts when you can make them yourself? Save some money and give the gift of food this year! Here are 6 simple holiday treat recipes that you can make for under $5.

Snowflake Mix

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Combine your favorite mix of salty treats, with a coating of sweet white chocolate. This holiday dessert makes a great stocking stuffer for kids, or even a nice treat for family or friends who are visiting over the holidays. Click here for the recipe from Mama in Wonderland.

Gift in a Jar

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I’ve given this gift on multiple occasions – and it never fails! Choose your favorite holiday cookie or sweet treat recipe, layer the dry ingredients in a mason jar, tie with a bow – and done! Try this simple recipe for M&M Cookie Mix In a Jar, courtesy of Celebrating Sweets.

Chili Pecans

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This spicy and sweet dish is perfect for a simple and delicious hostess gift. The flavorful coating gives the roasted pecans just the “kick” they need. Here is the recipe from Midwest Living.

Cinnamon pretzels

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Sugary cinnamon dresses up the salty pretzels perfectly, making for a great holiday snack. Here are the directions for this super easy recipe.

Peppermint Bark

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This recipe calls for just two ingredients: candy coating and crush candy canes. Here are the directions, courtesy of Midwest Living.

Chocolate Spoons

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This dessert is so simple, there’s no recipe required! Just dip plastic spoons into melted chocolate, refrigerate them for 30 minutes, allow chocolate to set, and cover with plastic wrap (and a bow, if you’re giving it as a gift!) If you’re feeling extra festive, you can sprinkle the wet chocolate with some holiday sprinkles or drizzle!

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