10 Delicious Party Favor Foods for Your Guests August 20 2014, 0 Comments
Party favors that you buy in a store can cost you a lot of money and if you’re hosting a large group, it could simply be too expensive for you to buy everything you want.
However, there are some homemade food party favors that make perfect parting gifts. You can treat your guests with delicious homemade gifts as a send-off present and make the memories linger for long. Best of all, they really won’t cost you much to prepare at all.
Here are 10 delicious party favor foods you can prepare for your next engagement party, birthday party, bridal shower, or baby shower:
Prepare cake pops and wrap them in plastic wrap. Give one or two per party guests and they’ll have a great treat for the next day. You can also make cupcakes and put them in individual paper containers.
Make and jar your own rhubarb compote with fresh strawberries, lemon zest and a little bit of vanilla extracts. The jar is reusable and it’s a unique gift.
Marinate olives and give them out in containers. Buy in bulk to save money on the olives and spices.
Bake your own croutons and give them out in bags. They can be used in salads for the next week.
Prepare your own crackers to give away. It’s not as hard as you might think and they’ll pair particularly well with those marinated olives for a perfect foodie gift.
6.Loaves of Fresh Bread
Think about baking fresh bread. Small loaves or rolls are ideal gifts in a charming package.
Make rock candy on a stick and put several pieces in a jar or container. This is especially good for kid’s party favors.
Give out shrimp Rillettes if you want to get fancy. The food lovers in your group will adore them and everybody else can try something new to them.
9.Seasonal Fruit Preserves
Make your own preserves. You can make preserves in batches with seasonal fruit.
10.Whipped Up Mustard
Whip up some mustard and hand it out. A jar will last months.
About The Author:
Gilles Cailleaux is the Owner & Master Confectioner at By Gilles, an online French candy store based in Orange County, California. They sell traditional French confections called Calissons from Provence. Gilles is always ready to share his 25 years plus experience of candy making and baking with everyone and want to hear about your experience with his calissons. Gilles and his team are sensitive about taste and harmony. They prepare your packages with special care and attention.