There are a few special people I like to gift a small gift to at school every once in awhile. This would also be perfect as a stocking stuffer, neighbor gift, bible study leader gift, grab bag gift… really anytime you need a quick, and thoughtful gift, that’s inexpensive too.
Trader Joe’s 21 Seasoning Salute is a “go-to” in my pantry. I put it on eggs, meat, in soups, just about anything (although we didn’t like it in our tacos). It’s salt free- BONUS! If you don’t have a Trader Joe’s, pick up your favorite cooking “go-to” instead. Suggestions- olive oil, balsamic vinegar, a cooking tool, or even a nice loaf of bread.
Print these fun recipe cards I designed to share with you for FREE! There are 3 cards per page, so you can print a few pages, and make a nice stack of cards for your gift.
I wrote a favorite recipe on the first card, and left the rest blank. (Funny update- When I went back to the office I had given them to, they were coping the recipe cards because I had given each person a different recipe, so many filling out more cards wouldn’t be so bad? I didn’t want to force my favorites on anyone.)
Wrapped up in a bag. Add a simple ribbon (must have for the non-crafty and crafty alike, more on that soon.) Gifting these receipe cards to a teacher? Add this fun gift tag. OR why not print on your own paper bags for gift wrap.
A few recipe ideas worth sharing:
Follow my “cooking wish list” on Pinterest (I actually have made a lot of the items I have pinned, but there are still a bunch on the “someday” list.
Take back your time by keeping things simple – Resa