Edible gifts in glass are undoubtedly a delightful idea for children. If you pack tasty cookies, cookies, muffins, sweets and other small sweets in the glass, decorate this original, and give the little ones for Christmas or Silverster, they will certainly be more than happy! Not only the children, but also many adults like to eat sweets, and if you have lovingly packaged and carefully decorated everything, your gesture will undoubtedly be appreciated by the recipient. Here, glasses look really original as gift packaging and can be decorated with bows, fabric, colorful stickers, glitter or nail polish – just let your imagination run wild! In the craft shop you could even find special glass crayons, with which you can write a personal congratulation on Christmas and New Year’s Eve directly on the glass. Most disposable lenses are translucent, but they can easily be decorated as desired, so that the content is not visible – so the surprise will be even greater!
Edible gifts in glass at Christmas and New Year’s Eve – creative ideas
Edible gifts in the glass are also perfect for last minute gifts! If friends or relatives unexpectedly invite you to a party and you do not have a prepared present, you can quickly fill one or more jars with sweets and decorate accordingly. And if you like baking, just prepare your favorite biscuits, cupcakes or cookies! Although we give you some ideas for Christmas especially in the post, edible gifts in a glass are also a good choice for birthdays and other festive occasions. One variant that has become increasingly popular lately is to give baking mix in the glass. Read on to learn more!
Edible gifts in a glass – prepare a baking mix yourself
Give a delicious baking mix for brownies in the glass
Dry ingredients for the glass (about 750ml):
120g brown sugar
80g white sugar
100g white sugar
50g ground hazelnuts
60g chocolate chips
1 teaspoon baking powder
1 pinch of salt
In addition, the recipient needs the following:
175g soft butter
3-4 tablespoons milk
Set the oven to 170 degrees and grease a small baking sheet with some butter. Put the glass contents in a bowl and stir well all ingredients. In a separate bowl, whisk the butter with the eggs and milk. Add this mixture to the dry ingredients and stir everything with the blender until you get a homogeneous dough (if necessary, you can add 2-3 tbsp milk). Put the dough in the greased dish and bake for half an hour. Finished!