No Bake Christmas

no bake christmasMy 10 year old daughter and I made everything shown above to bring to our church’s annual Thanksgiving feast last weekend.

When all the work was done. I realized I had not turned on the oven at all. I also realized I had a tonne of yummy holiday delights that could easily be given as gifts that required very little baking skills.

If you can run a microwave and stir a pot you can make everything in this series.

Follow along for 7 days starting Monday November 26  and discover 6 no bake gift worthy recipes and ways to package them up as gifts.

Chocolate Truffles

3 Minute Chocolate Peppermint Fudge

Peppermint Cookie Bark

Christmas Crunch

Healthier Peanut Butter Balls

Microwavable Peanut Brittle

Ideas for Packaging  Homemade Christmas Treats Inexpensively

This post will become the series landing page. When words turn blue the recipes are live.  Use the handy Pin it button below and Pin it to your Pinterest boards so that you will have all 6 no bake Christmas recipes in one place as well as ideas of how to package them up as gifts.

For more no bake recipes follow my No Bake Treats Board on Pinterest. For more Christmas recipes follow my Christmas Food  Board on Pinterest.

Linked to Titus 2sdays at The Time Warp Wife, One project at a time at A Bowl Full of Lemons, Titus 2 Tuesday at Cornerstone Confessions, WHW at Raising Arrows,

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  1. What a great idea! Living in a motorhome, I often find it quite hard to cook or bake anything. This, however, gives me no excuse NOT to bring anything to Christmas dinner!! :)

    • Yes, these are great recipes for people with tiny kitchens. I started making some of them back when we lived a year with just a toaster oven as our only oven.

  2. OOOOO – You are my kinda gal! I am excited to see this and can’t wait to check out all these yummy treats. Thanks so much for linking up at Weekend Potluck! Have a great weekend.

  3. Debbie @ http://kidsbibledebjackson.blogspot.com/ says:

    These look delicious! Pinned it to come back to! Thanks for sharing at Titus 2 Tuesday!

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