Christmas food gifts are especially welcome when they do double duty. This holiday sauce can be served as a creamy dip for
fruit or as a topping for the impressive and delicious holiday dessert, Mile-High turtle Ice Cream Pie.
Serve savory tapenade as an hors d'oeuvre with baguette slices and goat cheese, as a sandwich topping for assorted deli meats,
or as a relish for grilled chicken or fish. Store the tapenade in an airtight container for up to one week.
This low-calorie onion relish doubles as a topping for grilled meat or chicken or as an appetizer served with crackers or
spooned over warm brie. Make a few extra batches to keep on-hand so when guests at your party ask for the recipe, you can
just present them with their own jar.
Just three ingredients results in a stunning homemade gift that can be made months ahead. Pack it with a bottle of extra-virgin
olive oil for a do-it-yourself vinaigrette set.For other flavored vinegar options, try Lemon Thyme Vinegar and Purple Basil
This spoonable jam can double as a fruity topping for waffles or ice cream. Use frozen berries if fresh ones aren't available,
then tuck a jar in a gift basket with some homemade scones or recipe cards for a sweet wintertime treat.
This sweet and tangy vinaigrette can be drizzled over fresh greens or used as a topping for pork or chicken. Packaged in a
decorative bottle with a homemade tag, this recipe makes an ideal gift for the cooks on your list.