19 December 2014

Christmas Delights



There has been plenty of baking going on this week. Although I had plenty of other ideas I’d wanted to try, I stuck to the tried-and-tested almond oatmeal choc chip chia seeds cookies that I always make.  They’re very easy to make and they’re always a winner.  I had to make several batches as most were for gifts, but we still wanted some for ourselves.

Christmas-cookies-(1)

I also tried my hand at making salted caramel chocolate bark.  Again, a very simple recipe (here).  In a pinch, these are something you can easily make, if you need a sweet offering.  Be warned:  These are very sinful…

Sinful-Salted-Caramel-Bark-(1)

14 COMMENTS:

Tamar SB said...

Oo now I'm hungry! What delicious treats to share.

aspiritofsimplicity said...

ooh they look delicious and so pretty wrapped up.

Roxanne said...

What wonderful treats and so beautifully packaged!

Sarah Carletti said...

The best kind of gift...and I love eating my own too!

Rebecca said...

I am certain the recipients of those gifts will be very happy!

tiarastantrums said...

wow - that almond bark sound right up my alley!

Dotti said...

Warning received. I'm sure that salted chocolate caramel bark is to die for. Merry Christmas!

sarah said...

Yum, such wonderful gifts!

Susan W said...

What delicious treats you have done. Your packaging makes it most special.

carolina rico said...

could you send some to Venezuela?? :)

J Bonafilla said...

They look so good! I'm sure I've put on a view calories just looking at the lovely pictures. All the best, Bonny

Marcy said...

I rarely make sweets, but that sinful salted caramel bark sounds fantastic!

tinajo said...

The candy looks great! Wishing you a lovely Christmas, take care!

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Kim Cunningham said...

Looks amazing! Such beautiful packaging that makes it so special.

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