Gift Baskets: Delectable Sweets

If you ask anyone at the North Pole, they would agree that Christmas season is synonymous with sugar season—we love sweets! If you and your loved ones have as much of a sweet tooth as we do during the holidays, you’ll be interested in today’s picks. These gift baskets are from some of our favorite makers. We love these confections and are confident you will, too! Have family members that live out of state? Show your love by sending a mouthwatering gift basket.

  1. The Savannah Candy Company has lots of delicious treats in the Sweet Treats Gift Box, but our favorite is the peanut brittle. In fact, one family member (who shall remain unnamed) loves the brittle so much that he eats it until he gets tummy ache!

  2. Cheryl’s has some seriously tasty cookies, not to mention other sweet snacks. We like this Elegant Holiday Treats Box because it comes with classic cookies and brownies, sweet pretzel clusters, and chocolate sandwich cookies. Yum!

  3. It is an understatement to say that I love chocolate. Really, it is. In fact, I have quite a reputation for consuming chocolate treats. Oh, shucks. Now I’m blushing…it is a little embarrassing to be known for being a piggy when there’s chocolate around. Despite the temporary shame, I will gladly tell you that one of my favorites is Godiva. Their chocolate is, in a word, amazing. I haven’t had a flavor of Godiva chocolate that I haven’t enjoyed. With all that being said, there is something for everyone in this Holiday Treasures Basket.

  4. Since we love to bake our own treats, every now and then it is fun to receive a baking mix as a gift. King Arthur Flour offers some exceptional baking mixes, but we are partial to the scones. This scone gift basket comes with 2 scone mixes, a scone pan, and 2 different spreads. It is packaged in a lovely and reusable wooden crate.

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