Christmas hampers

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Planning a Christmas Hamper do check out the below suggestions!!!!!!!!

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Namrataa Mahalley

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- John Dewey

 

Making your own Christmas hamper for friends and family guarantees it will be a one-of-a-kind gift and definitely delicious.

 

Christmas hampers, packed to the brim with indulgent treats you otherwise wouldn’t consider purchasing outside the festive season, are a seasonal tradition for many families. But hampers, filled with the best festive and seasonal goodies on the market, don’t always come cheap. And if you are a passionate baker you might want to explore all the options and try all your skills to make your hamper THE BEST.

 

The presentation of your hamper is as important as your content. Make sure you choose a nice hamper basket or box to place your content paired with a colourful bow or ribbon. A handful of colourful shredded paper with a mesh or net to cover makes your hamper look more elegant and classier.

 

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How to Courier Gifts this Festive Season

 

You can choose to make your hamper in small, medium, large size and add contents according to it. Over the years we have considered only plum cake and ginger cookies to be a part of the Christmas hamper. But there’s much more t it.

 

Christmas hampers can contain seasonal classics like mince pies, Christmas pudding, spiced preserves, biscuits, chocolate, and cheese. Among the sweets and savouries, many also contain bottles of wine or, for non-alcoholic hampers, tea, coffee or cocoa depending on the budget. It’s always good to have a combination of sweet and savoury contents to make your hamper look attractive and complete.

 

  • White Chocolate Truffles  

 

White Chocolate Truffles  

 

  • Pecan Snowflake Cookies

 

Pecan Snowflake Cookies

 

  • Santa Cake With Cream Cheese Frosting

 

Santa Cake With Cream Cheese Frosting

 

 

  • Ginger Bread Pear Loaf

 

Santa Cake With Cream Cheese Frosting

 

  • Ginger Bread Rolls

 

Ginger Bread Rolls

 

  • Candied Popcorn Stars

 

Candied Popcorn Stars

 

  • Fruit Cake Cookies

 

Fruit Cake Cookies

 

  • Fig Cookies

 

Fig Cookies

 

  • Fruit n Nut Trifles

 

Fruit n Nut Trifles

 

  • Glazed Blueberry Rolls

 

Glazed Blueberry Rolls

 

  • Cranberry Tarts

 

Cranberry Tarts

 

  • Chocolate Pretzel Snowman

 

Chocolate Pretzel Snowman

 

  • Edible Candy Cane Cups

 

Edible Candy Cane Cups

 

  • Peppermint Reindeer Bark

 

Peppermint Reindeer Bark

 

  • Christmas Pinwheel Sugar Cookies

 

Christmas Pinwheel Sugar Cookies

 

And the list is never ending. You can compile your own hamper with some of these treats, which are perennial favourites.

 

 

I always find baking during Christmas to be fun. There’s something special about this season when the days get darker fast and yet you keep wide awake with light Christmas music and flour all over the place. So, go ahead and spend the season whipping up Christmas cookiesChristmas cakes, and more. It’s one of the best parts of the season.

 

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Namrataa Mahalley

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