Homemade edible gifts have a personal touch that shop-bought presents just can’t beat. This year, show your kids’ teachers how much you appreciate their hard work and care (and save a few pennies while you’re at it!) by giving them something unique, tasty and made at home.

Sweet gift ideas

Christmas biscuits are always a winner. Try these pistachio, cranberry and white chocolate biccies, go gluten-free with this clever mint chocolate chip cookie recipe or make the cute shortbread tea biscuits below.

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Shortbread tea biscuits

A clever alternative to ready-to-eat biscuits is this cute gingerbread cookie mix, guaranteed to put a smile on anyone’s face. Add handwritten instructions, and a ribbon or bow if you’re feeling fancy!

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Homemade jam always goes down a treat. For extra brownie points, make a batch of scones to go with it!

Mix berry jam

This gorgeous granola makes a great savoury gift idea.

Gifting granola

If all else fails, you can’t go wrong with chocolate. These double chocolate chunk muffins are a guaranteed hit.

Savoury gift ideas

If you know a teacher with more of a savoury palate, this homemade hot sauce might be just the thing.

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— the lucky recipient is bound to be impressed.

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A basket of homemade savoury muffins or scones will always do the trick. Try these Irish stout and cheese scones, sun-dried tomato and cheese muffins or eye-catching goat’s cheese and spinach muffins.

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Wrap it up right

Presentation is half the impact of any present. Click here for our top tips on making your edible gifts look as gorgeous as possible.

For even more ideas, pick up this year’s Easy Food Christmas Annual, in shops now!