Gifting just got a whole lot sweeter.
Show off those baking skills you learnt this year and gift generously without spending lavishly. INKA containers filled with baked goods make for a gift no one will be giving back. The treats will disappear, but they’ll carry on using the container everyday. So, go for the more sustainable wrapping paper this year.
Below, we’ve rounded up all the treats that are too good not to gift. Because nothing says happy holidays like sweet treats galore.
Here are our top 6 recipes for gifting:
It’s like these cookies were made for our Containers. Not only do they fit perfectly, but they taste delicious (thanks to a liberal coating of powdered sugar). Do yourself a favor and double the recipe – you’ll want some for yourself.
Chocolate Covered Strawberries
These 2 ingredient treats are perfect for your holiday hunny or anyone who could use some freshness to cut through the heavy holiday meals. And if you’re in a last minute bind, well, problem solved.
The much tastier (and sweeter) version of ants in a log, these banana-packed dates make the perfect holiday gift for the health-conscious. You probably have all the ingredients lying around your kitchen anyway, and there’s no preheating required. Major plus.
Lemon Pound Cake
So good that you don’t want it all for yourself? That was the case with this lemon pound cake. Gifting what you know you won’t get through, or what’s too dangerous to be sitting in your line of sight, is a great way to cut down on food waste while doing something nice for the people you love.
If you haven't tried your hand at cinnamon rolls this year, well, now is the time to start! Baking novice or not, this non-intimidating recipe makes for an impressive (and tasty) gift. It’s simply comfort in a container.
Edible Flower Cookies
Edible flowers make for an easy upgrade to the classic sugar cookie for a gift that impresses even the most hard-to-please relative. No one will know whether you went the homemade or box mix route - our secret.
Let's bring back the cookie exchange, the INKA way. Bake your heart out, gift what you can, and enjoy the baked goods while they last!
Words by Emilie Swan