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How to Tastefully Package Edible Gifts | Biscotts


Few things hit the spot on Christmas like edible gifts. Fun to receive, your friends and family are sure to love receiving presents that they can just open up and eat. The only trouble with edible gifts is how to package them. To help, we’ve come up with a bunch of different ways to tastefully package edible gifts…ways that are bound to make your gift the hit of the season.

How to Tastefully Package Edible Gifts | Biscotts

Tied Up with String  

Keep it simple by placing edible gifts inside a charming little box and tie it closed with white string or something natural like raffia or jute. When you hand someone you love a present in a little box, they’ll surely have trouble containing their delight.  


Fancy is Nice Too

If you usually keep things simple, then be different this year by going fancy. After placing your edible treats in the box, wrap your gift  in cellophane. Crinkle the cellophane at the top of the box and tie it closed with brightly colored ribbon. You might need someone to hold it close for you to get it just right, so tell a family member to stay nearby while you’re putting it together. Choose a fun holiday ribbon. There are all kinds to choose from. Pick one with a red and green pattern, or you can always get shiny silver or gold ribbon. Be careful with this kind of wrapping because if you make it too pretty, then the person receiving it may not want to open it!


The Tiered Look is a Fun Way to Go

For the tiered look, you’ll need several boxes for your edible gifts in different sizes. Boxes with different patterns make an especially striking statement, but don’t feel as though you have to purchase ones that match. Christmas is a time when you can tastefully package edible gifts in boxes that have different colors and patterns. When you put the right patterns together, you’re bound to create an eye-catching gift.


The Best Way to Tastefully Package Edible Gifts

The best way to tastefully package edible gifts is the one that speaks to you and lets you share your personality with those you love.  Visit Biscotts to pick up edible gifts like cookies, cakes, breads, chai and gift cards.  Your friends and family’s taste buds will thank you!


Thanksgiving Pies | Biscotts

Baked Short Crust Pastry Pie

We know that the turkey is the main act on Thanksgiving, but pie for dessert is an important follow-up. Can you even imagine a Thanksgiving dinner without a slice of pumpkin pie? Would you even want to? Fortunately, there is no reason to miss out on dessert this Thanksgiving, not when you can serve one or more of these yummy Thanksgiving pies.


Thanksgiving Pies

Classic Pumpkin Pie


Serving pumpkin pie for dessert on Thanksgiving is practically a requirement. Today, pumpkin desserts come in many forms, but they can’t quite take the place of a classic pumpkin pie. With its cinnamon, nutmeggy flavor and traditional crust, pumpkin pie always tastes good. When it comes to pumpkin pie, the only decision is how much whipped cream does your slice need? Are you the kind of person who likes a little pie with your whipped cream or a little whipped cream with your pie?


Apple Pie


Like pumpkin, apple is another traditional Thanksgiving pie. It’s a great alternative for those who don’t like pumpkin. Apple pie is the perfect blend of sour and sweet while the cinnamon seasoning can be soothing for those who may have overdone it by eating too much turkey.


Banana Cream Pie


This may not be a classic pie from your childhood, but banana cream pie is becoming a common Thanksgiving Day dessert. It is the perfect choice for guests who didn’t get enough rich food for dinner. Banana cream pie is a tasty indulgence that’s sure to be the perfect dining finale.

Three pies on cooling racks. High angle closeup shot of fresh baked apple, cherry and pumpkin pies on wire racks on a rustic wood kitchen table. Horizontal format.


Nontraditional Thanksgiving Pies


If this is the year that you want something a little different, then try one of our salted caramel or butterscotch pudding Thanksgiving pies. The caramel one is bound to hit the right note with its blend of salty and sweet while the butterscotch pie is just different enough to be a refreshing replacement for traditional pie choices.


Something Different for Dessert


Take a completely different dessert route this year by serving something like lemon, mango mousse or coconut custard tart instead of pie. Tarts satisfy that sweet craving while offering a different consistency and flavor combination. Tarts come in a special crust that is bit saltier, so they can seem a little less sweet than other desserts.

Baked Short Crust Pastry Pie

Thanksgiving Pies Without the Stress of Cooking


Instead of stressing out over cooking Thanksgiving pies, let Biscotts handle it. This year, we’re taking orders for pumpkin, apple and banana cream pie as well as for our salted caramel and butterscotch pudding pies. You can even order one of our tasty tarts for your Thanksgiving Day dessert. Let us take over the pie baking for you and increase your holiday joy.