Last Minute Valentine’s Day Gift Guide
Happy Friday Foodies! We have made it through another week and this weekend is Valentine’s Day weekend. Plus Monday is family day here in Canada, which means it is a long weekend. I sure have had a rough week, with many unexpected things popping up, so I am beyond happy it is Friday. But enough about that, I’m sure you’re here for the last minute valentine’s day gift guide. If you’re like many people out there and valentine’s day has snuck up on you. Then this post is for your
This last minute valentine’s gift guide is a mixture of easy DIYs and snacks/treats you can easily make at home. Everyone loves to receive food and if you’re gifting for someone with celiac disease or that is gluten free, then going to extra mile to make them something will mean the world. That is why we have rounded up 6 different recipes that make great gifts. Plus 2 DIYs that are easy to make for a loved one. So let’s get into this last minute gift guide.
This dark chocolate raspberry drizzled popcorn is super easy to make and who does’t love popcorn? Your loved one will love this sweet and salty treat.
Oh these roasted rosemary nuts are addictive. This recipe is beyond easy. Mix everything together, toss it on a tray and throw it in the oven. A great bonus is that they store well in glass jars and you can add some twine and tie it in a bow to make it cute.
Chocolate Chip Cookies make a great gift and these gluten free are delicious and soft. Package them up in some cellophane and a bow or in a cookie tin.
Let’s be honest, it’s freezing outside. This no sew fleece blanket is super easy to make and you can personalize it by picking your loved one’s favourite colour for the fleece.
Anyone who’s been gluten free for any time knows how hard it is to find gluten free granola. This chocolate coconut granola is easy to make and is so delicious. Have it as a snack or top your morning yogurt with it.
What says Valentine’s Day ore than chocolate? Chocolate bark makes a great gift and you can even change up the recipe to add in your loved one’s favourite toppings. Add in nuts, marshmallows or anything you like instead of peppermint.
Rice Krispie Pinwheels are a family favourite for us. They are a great twist on the classic Rice Krispie square, but way better because you can put stuff inside of them. You can also personalize these based on your loved one’s favourite foods.
Lastly, this no sew magic bag is so easy and makes such a sweet gift. If you’re gifting for someone who is always cold, the this is the perfect gift. Plus it is lavender scented which helps to aid in sleep.
So there you have it, our last minute valentine’s day gift guide. Hopefully you’re able to find some ideas and inspiration from this gift guide. If you haven’t purchased a gift for your loved one yet, then one of these recipes or DIYs is sure to help you figure out the perfect gift. If you’re not in the mood for cooking or crafting then check out our Valentine’s Gift Guide for Her and our Valentine’s Day Gift Guide for Him.