5 Ways to Deliver Goodies!

So if you’re anything like me, you love to cook and bake. This presents a problem if you’re single OR if you’re trying to watch your waistline. (Or both, like me!) So I love bringing treats and things to neighbors and friends. It nourishes relationships, is fun for me and them, and protects me from gorging in too many goodies!

Here are 5 easy ways to deliver treats with a little pizzazz!

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  1. This is super easy! You put the treats in a classic brown paper bag. I spice this up by stenciling a design on the bag or sealing it with ribbon or washi tape. I’m telling ya, it’s so easy! And people love it!

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2. Cookie Roll-Up. Obviously this wouldn’t work for a piece of cake or something… but it can be fun for homemade cookies or sweets. You simply take a piece of cellophane and roll few cookies up. Tape it, and then tie the ends with curling ribbon! Done.

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3. Cookie Cups. Now this one is also really simple and it can be used for sweets, brownies, and cookies! You just put a few cute cupcake liners on a plate and fill em up! Deliver and you’re done!

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4. Homemade Box aka the Cookie Basket. This is a really cute one! I used the tutorial found here. You can decorate this box with washi tape, ribbon, or anything you have on hand! This takes a little more effort than some, but not too much!

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5. Traditional Goodie Basket. This is a favorite of mine. Mostly because it looks SO good! And it’s not even hard. You put the treat on a plate. Place the plate on a large piece of cellophane (I usually use a colorful one, but clear is all I had on hand…)and tie it up with curling ribbon! Deliver, IMPRESS, and you’re done! 😉

I hope that helps you in your gift-giving! (I’m sure your friends and neighbors will appreciate it!)  If you’re interested in the delicious M&M cookies I made here –

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Now go, bake, package, and deliver! 🙂

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