Food Storage Christmas Gifts for Friends and Neighbors

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Christmas season is here!! I just LOVE this season. The cool air, the loving hearts, friends and family… I simply love the feelings of peace and happiness that abound.

However, this season also brings with it its share of stress as we run from here to there, thinking up the perfect gifts, holiday parties to attend, and a million other things to do. All while trying to keep that ‘special feeling’ from slipping away in the hustle and bustle.

Well, to help with that, here’s some quick and easy food storage gift ideas that would be fun to give to your friends and neighbors (common… who doesn’t want a little more food in their pantry??) 🙂 You can use #10 cans of food, or use regular sized products from the store. Whatever floats your boat. And each card comes with a recipe to use the related food you’re giving away, so at least they’ll have something they know they can make with the item. 🙂 Enjoy!

POPCORN

Use a #10 can, or those cute Orville Redenbacher containers would be awesome with a bow, and attach the following card:

POWDERED MILK

Use a #10 can of powdered milk, or a container of powdered milk from the store. Attach a pretty bow and the following card:

WHEAT

And here’s one for wheat! If you happen to live where you can buy wheat at a local store, that would be an option, otherwise use a #10 can, or put some wheat berries in a mason jar to give away. Attach a cute ribbon and the following card:

I hope you enjoy your holiday season! May your days be merry and bright!
MERRY CHRISTMAS!

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